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Excellent account of Seventies film 24 octobre 2000
Par MarkK - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Of the volumes in the excellent History of the American Cinema series, this is the best by far. Cook provides a superb, balanced overview of the film industry in the 1970s, considering practically every aspect of the topic--from the economics of the industry to the production trends to even the distribution and innovations in film technology. For any serious student of film history, this is a must read!
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Indispensable for Film Fans or Students 28 janvier 2009
Par J. Merritt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a fascinating text, worth five graduate courses on the subject. I'm amazed that it hasn't gotten more attention from reviewers here on Amazon. The text is light on critical discussions of the films of the decade, but that isn't really the point. Cook's objective is to examine the social, economic, and technical contexts in which films were made in the 1970's, and from that perspective he does an amazingly comprehensive job. From the impact of cultural and political movements, to the recession that almost crippled the industry in the early 1970's, to technological advances, to the rise of the auteur, to the major players and genres, to the emergence of the blockbuster mentality, Cook thoroughly reviews a decade that saw some of the greatest sea changes in how movies are made. Rather than a lot of theory or critique, you come away with an insider's sense of what filmmaking in the 1970's really meant. A must-read for anyone interested in this period in cinema history or who-like me-grew up in this decade.
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Engaging history of cinema 20 juin 2008
Par Charles H. Harpole - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The 70's is part of the landmark series created and edited by Charles H. Harpole. Each volume covers about a decade and was conceived as a readable scholarly history, each with the same coverage: the stylistic, technological, and economic factors of American feature, documentary, and avant garde cinema. The goal is to be comprehensive, judicious, and well researched without losing the love of the movies. The illustrations are particularily good in that they are often real frame enlargements or are not published elsewhere. The U.Calif. Press paperbacks are reproductions of the Scribner $70 hardbacks and thus are a bargain.
Look for the other 9 books of the Series and enjoy!
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A Must Have 24 juillet 2014
Par SilentFilms101 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have written about another volume (1940s) of the series. As a result, this is really just a repeat - "If you are deeply interested in film history, then this is a MUST." Not easy reading but a resource that one will be used over and over again whenever a thought or question about movies ever come forth. As this deals with the 70s, it can easily be kept as a stand alone for the decade. However, if the rest of the series can be obtained, then one will definitely want to do so as it will only serve to enhance the collection of any film devotee.
Excellent background on todays megahit structure 8 octobre 2014
Par Geraldine Lippincott - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A lot of books on film I've read have inaccurate information, or focus on the hagiography of an individual filmmaker. Cook's book is great because it really presents an overview of what was going on in the film industry. He's gotten his research together and writes in a style that is comprehensible and easily digestible. This really is a course on modern filmmaking. It explains what happens in the industry to give rise to the current situation we now have in the industry.
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