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American Cinema and Hollywood: Critical Approaches Paperback – 17 Feb 2000


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EDITORS John Hill is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Media and Performance Studies at the University of Ulster at Coleraine Pamela Church Gibson is a Senior Lecturer in Contextual and Cultural Studies at the London College of Fashion, a constituent college of the London Institute ADVISORY BOARD Richard Dyer is Professor of Film Studies at the University of Warwick E. Ann Kaplan teaches in the Department of English at the Humanities Institute at Stony Brook, New York Paul Willemen is Professor, Department of Media Studies, Napier University, Edinburgh

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A textbook on film studies that explains its own history as well as the craft of classical Hollywood cinema 8 Sept. 2013
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I would have liked this more had I been taking a film class and this was a textbook for the class.The book is not easy nor interesting reading for any but the most diehard film student. I bought the book becausr I thought Richard Dyer wrote one of the essays, but it turned out he was on the editorial board of the general series of film books.
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