YANNIS TZIOUMAKIS AMERICAN INDEPENDENT CINEMA

Dillon Hawkins rated it liked it Oct 09, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Ordered chronologically, beginning with independent filmmaking in the studio era examining both top-rank and low-end independent film production , moving to the s and s discussing both the adoption of independent filmmaking as the main method of production as well as exploitation filmmaking and finishing with contemporary American independent cinema exploring areas such as the New Hollywood, the rise of mini-major and major independent companies and the institutionalisation of independent cinema in the s , readers will develop an understanding of the complex dynamic relations between independent and mainstream American cinema. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Mini-majors and Major Independents 8: Euan Kidston rated it really liked it Jun 11, Published by Edinburgh University Press. Ordered chronologically, the book begins with Independent Filmmaking in the Studio Era examining both top-rank and low-end film production , moves to the s and s discussing both the adoption of independent filmmaking as the main method of production as well as exploitation filmmaking , and finishes with contemporary American independent cinema exploring areas such as the New Hollywood, the rise of mini-major and major independent companies and the institutionalization of independent cinema in the s.

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Each chapter of the book provides a case study in a particular figure or film, but the vast majority of the work explores the economic and systemic factors leading to an Independent American Cinema. Specifically, it explores the complex and dynamic relations between independent and mainstream Hollywood cinema, showing how institutional, industrial, and economic changes in the latter have shaped and informed the former.

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American independent cinema: an introduction

Choose your country or region Close. The Spanish Prisoner Yannis Tzioumakis. No eBook available Amazon. Liliana Garkalne marked it as to-read Jan 01, Tzioumakis starts his study at the dawn of the studio system and examines the evolving ways in which all types of people involved in the production of films–producers, writers, actors, etc.

From inside the book. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x This introduction to American Independent Cinema offers both a comprehensive industrial and economic history of the sector from the early twentieth century to the present and a study of key individual films, filmmakers and film companies.

That’s the main strength of this book but also its biggest flaw–it focuses far too much on the business end of independent cinema, which means the author basically ignores films that have little to no connection to the film business–neither Maya Darren nor Stan Brackage are once mentioned in over pages. Queer First Edition Jason Schneiderman.

Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Everton Lima marked it as to-read Feb 06, Not a gossipy book by any means but a focused close examination of the business models, successes, and failures of individual producers and companies and their films.

Jonathan rated it liked it Aug 07, Pavlos rated it really liked it Jul 19, Each chapter includes case studies which focus on specific films, filmmakers, and production and distribution companies.

American Independent Cinema: An Introduction

Tzioymakis updated to include developments from the mids onwards, this second edition includes new case studies, a new chapter on American Independent Cinema in the Age of Media Convergence, a new prologue and an enhanced epilogue and bibliography.

This comprehensive introduction draws on key films, filmmakers, and film companies from the early twentieth century to the present to examine the factors that shaped this vital and evolving mode of filmmaking.

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American Independent Cinema

Hollywood’s Indies Yannis Tzioumakis. His research specialises in American independent cinema and the business of media entertainment.

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Lists with This Book. Floietoss added it Mar 30, Lisa Bentley added it Aug 11, American Independent Cinema Second Edition Yannis Tzioumakis Published by Edinburgh University Press A comprehensive industrial and economic history of the sector from the early twentieth century to the present Case studies cover a range of directors, genres and styles, including exploitation films Includes suggested readings and viewings New to this Edition: Roland Barthes’ Cinema Philip Watts.

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