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MEMORY AND IMAGINATION IN FILM: SCORSESE, LYNCH, JARMUSCH, VAN SANT

MEMORY AND IMAGINATION IN FILM: SCORSESE, LYNCH, JARMUSCH, VAN SANT

Memory, Subjectivity and Independent Chinese Cinema (Edinburgh Studies in East Asian Film) by Qi Wang http://www.amazon.com/dp/0748692339/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_3cPXub0WA2S7Y

Memory, Subjectivity and Independent Chinese Cinema (Edinburgh Studies in East Asian Film) by Qi Wang http://www.amazon.com/dp/0748692339/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_3cPXub0WA2S7Y

Moving Color: Early Film, Mass Culture, Modernism, by Joshua Yumibe [very good lecture at light industry]

Moving Color: Early Film, Mass Culture, Modernism, by Joshua Yumibe [very good lecture at light industry]

Gender and the Uncanny in Films of the Weimar Republic | Wayne State University Press

Gender and the Uncanny in Films of the Weimar Republic | Wayne State University Press

André Bazin’s writings on cinema are among the most influential reflections on the medium ever written. Even so, his critical interests ranged widely & encompassed the “new media” of the 1950s, including television, 3D film, Cinerama, & CinemaScope. 57 of his reviews & essays addressing these new technologies...

André Bazin’s writings on cinema are among the most influential reflections on the medium ever written. Even so, his critical interests ranged widely & encompassed the “new media” of the 1950s, including television, 3D film, Cinerama, & CinemaScope. 57 of his reviews & essays addressing these new technologies...

"It's the Pictures That Got Small: Hollywood Film Stars on 1950s Televison," by Christine Becker (2009)

"It's the Pictures That Got Small: Hollywood Film Stars on 1950s Televison," by Christine Becker (2009)

A timely look at American popular films made between 1973 and 2001 that use Arabs, their landscapes, and their cultures as villains—and what these depictions of “evil” Arabs reveal about American fears and insecurities.

A timely look at American popular films made between 1973 and 2001 that use Arabs, their landscapes, and their cultures as villains—and what these depictions of “evil” Arabs reveal about American fears and insecurities.

Blossoms and Blood: Postmodern Media Culture and the Films of Paul Thomas Anderson

Blossoms and Blood: Postmodern Media Culture and the Films of Paul Thomas Anderson

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