The International Movie Industry

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August 2000



Movies are both art and commerce, creative expressions of national/cultural interests and preoccupations and part of a global entertainment market. The past century has witnessed a transformation of the movies from popular novelties into highly valued cultural icons and commodities that have promoted national identity and specific political agendas, while also affecting international trade. This comprehensive history of the international movie industry from its inception in 1895 to the present features nineteen original essays by international scholars who examine the film industries of nineteen countries and six continents. Each chapter in "The International Movie Industry" focuses on a specific national movie industry's economic and related social, aesthetic, technological, and political/ideological development within an international context during the last century. The result is a global history of the movie industry over the last one hundred years.


Australia, Marcus Breen; Japan, David Desser; Senegal, Manthia Diawara; Sweden, Leif Furhammar; France, Susan Hayward; Mexico, Joanne Hershfield; Great Britain, Andrew Higson; Hungary, Beverly James; Brazil, Randal Johnson; United States, Gorham Kindem; China, John A. Lent and Faye Zhengxing; Canada, Peter Morris; Iran, Hamid Naficy; Italy, Cristina Degli-Esposti Reinert; Israel, Owen Shapiro; South Africa, Arnold Shepperson and Keyan Tomaselli; Soviet Union/Russia, Dmitry Shlapentokh; Germany, Marc Silberman; India, Radha Subramanyam.


Gorham Kindem is a professor of communication studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of "The Live Television Generation of Hollywood Film Directors," coauthor of "Introduction to Media Production: From Analog to Digital," and editor of "The American Movie Industry. "He has directed several public television documentaries.
EAN: 9780809322992
ISBN: 0809322994
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2000
Seitenanzahl: 417 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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