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Teach Yourself Film Studies

by Warren Buckland

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071419616, Paperback)

Both film buffs and students of the cinema will find this reference indispensable. It gives a chronological overview of film, analyzing genres such as westerns and sci-fi; explores different artistic approaches, techniques, and effects; and profiles a wide variety of directors, from Alfred Hitchcock to Steven Spielberg.

The book uncovers the secrets of film reviewing and the conventions reviewers adopt when they evaluate films. This new edition includes an expanded section concerning film studies on the Internet. Whatever readers' interest in film, Teach Yourself Film Studies will provide them with the skills to turn them into well-informed film critics.

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This reference book for film buffs as well as film studies students gives a chronological history of cinema and film with an analysis of the different genres of film, from westerns to sci-fi, Hitchcock to Tarantino.

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