In Too Bold for the Box Office, Cynthia J. Miller has assembled essays by scholars and filmmakers who examine the unique cinematic form of mockumentary. Individually, each of these essays looks at a given instance of mockumentary parody and subversion, examining the ways in which each calls into question our assumptions, pleasures, beliefs, and even our senses. Writing about national film, television, and new media traditions as diverse as their backgrounds, this volume s contributors explore and theorize the workings of mockumentaries, as well as the strategies and motivations of the writers and filmmakers who brought them into being.qFor an excellent detailed discussion of this series, see B. Walters, aThe Officea ( London: British Film Institute, 2005). 7. ... All screening dates listed in this chapter are taken from M. Lewisohn, Radio Times Guide to TV Comedy (London: BBCanbsp;...
|Title||:||Too Bold for the Box Office|
|Author||:||Cynthia J. Miller|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2012|