Cinema: A Visual Anthropology provides a clear and concise summary of the key ideas, debates, and texts of the most important approaches to the study of fiction film from around the world. The book examines ways to address film and film experience beyond the study of the audience. Cross-disciplinary in scope, Cinema uses ideas and approaches both from within and outside of anthropology to further students' knowledge of and interest in fiction film. Including selected, globally based case studies to highlight and exemplify important issues, the book also contains suggested Further Reading for each chapter, for students to expand their learning independently. Exploring fundamental methods and approaches to engage this most interesting and vibrant of media, Cinema will be essential reading for students of anthropology and film.Certain filmmakers operating within the system, such as Smith (Clerks 1994) or Rodriguez (El Mariachi 1992), have managed to ... Film festivals have become very important arenas for young filmmakers, so much so that some of the largest have become de ... Interesting, wellmade or simply trendy videos have huge, though non-fee paying audiences. ... street, but we do not see what did it, for instance) and an almost unique secrecy as to the film creating huge hype and expectation.
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