The Complete Film Dictionary

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New American Library, 1987 - 420 páginas
Hailed when first published as the ?definitive film dictionary? by Library Journal, which also cited it as one of the best reference books of the year, The Complete Film Dictionary has been completely updated and enlarged, with more than five hundred new entries and forty new illustrations. This new edition covers all of the latest advances in filmmaking, including the tremendous impact of the digital revolution, as well as the many changes that have taken place in the industry as the art, economics, and technology of film interact with other media and the marketplace.Suitable for professionals and nonprofessionals alike and covering terms from the invention of photography in the 1830s right up to the present'from A & B Printing to censorship to neorealism to Zoptic System?The Complete Film Dictionary is a highly readable reference work for film history, technique, and theory, as well as for film's technical, technological, and financial aspects.

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The complete film dictionary

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About 500 new terms ("digital technology," "high concept," "psychotronic," "splatter," etc.) have been added to the 3500 terms found in the first edition (LJ 12/87) of this excellent resource. In ... Leer reseña completa

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Over 3000 film terms are defined in this comprehensive lexicon, which eclipses Frank E. Beaver's Dictionary of Film Terms ( LJ 4/15/83), the typical choice for discussion of genres and thematic topics ... Leer reseña completa

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Sobre el autor (1987)

Ira Konigsberg is professor of film and English at the University of Michigan. He lives in Ann Arbor.

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