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Film & Media Studies Subject Guide for the College of William and Mary.
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American Independent Cinema - Geoff King (Editor); Claire Molloy (Editor); Yannis Tzioumakis (Editor)
Call Number: PN1993.5 .U6 A87553 2013 eb
ISBN: 9780415684286
Publication Date: 2012-12-14
The American independent sector has attracted much attention in recent years, an upsurge of academic work on the subject being accompanied by wider public debate. But many questions remain about how exactly independence should be defined and how its relationship might be understood with other parts of the cinematic landscape, most notably the Hollywood studios. Edited and written by leading authors in the field,American Independent Cinema: indie, indiewood and beyondoffers an examination of the field through four sections that range in focus from broad definitions to close focus on particular manifestations of independence. A wide variety of examples are included but within a framework that offers insights into how these are related to one another. More specifically this collection offers: an account of recent developments as well as reviewing, reassessing and revising a number of central positions, approaches and arguments relating to various parts of the independent and/or indie sector. Individual case studies that range from the distinctive qualities of the work of established ‘quality’ filmmakers such as Wes Anderson, Steven Soderbergh and Rebecca Miller to studies of horror genre production at the more ‘disreputable’ end of the independent spectrum. Examples of the limits of independence available in some cases within Hollywood, including studies of the work of Stanley Kubrick and Hal Ashby. Case studies of under-researched areas in the margins of American independent cinema, including the Disney nature films and Christian evangelical filmmaking. A number of wider overview chapters that examine contemporary American independent cinema from a number of perspectives. Together, the chapters in the collection offer a unique contribution to the study of independent film in the United States. Contributors:Warren Buckland, Philip Drake, Mark Gallagher, Geoff King, Peter Krämer, Novotny Lawrence, James MacDowell, Claire Molloy, Michael Z. Newman, Alisa Perren, James Russell, Thomas Schatz, Michele Schreiber, Janet Staiger, Yannis Tzioumakis, Sarah Wharton

 

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Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive

This new digital archive is sure to receive rave reviews from those wanting to know more about behind-the-scenes activities of the music, film, and entertainment industries. By providing the complete runs of major trade and consumer magazines, from their inception to 2000, it arms students and researchers with the primary source material needed to develop a contextual understanding of the entertainment industry as it evolved over the 20th century. It is ideal for scholars studying:

  • The economics of the entertainment industry
  • Production, marketing and reception of films or music albums
  • Factors surrounding the emergence of subcultures such as punk, two-tone or grunge
  • Culture, politics and social change in dynamic eras such as the 1960s
Each magazine can be browsed cover-to-cover in full-page, full-text format. Users are able to search for original reviews, interviews, industry news, listings, charts and features relating to the full range of popular media using advanced search and retrieval functionality.
  • Includes key trade and mass-market consumer magazines – weekly and monthly issues
  • Approximately 2.5 million pages digitized in high resolution color and fully searchable
  • Complete backfiles support analysis of trends in popular culture across the entire 20th century
  • Covers the entire entertainment industry, including film, television, popular music, radio, theatre, and performing arts, with a focus on the US and the UK
  • Cross-searchable with historical databases on the all-new ProQuest platform

Titles include:

  • American Film (US, 1975-1992)
  • Back Stage (US, 1960-2000)
  • Broadcasting / Broadcasting & Cable (US, 1931-2000)
  • Billboard (US, 1894-2000)
  • Boxoffice (US, 1920-2000)
  • Broadcast (UK, 1960-2000)
  • Contrast (UK, 1961-1965)
  • Disc (UK, 1958-1975)
  • Film Weekly (UK, 1928-1939)
  • Independent Film Journal / The Film Journal / Film Journal International (US, 1934-2000)
  • Melody Maker (UK, 1926-2000)
  • Mixmag (UK, 1983-2000)
  • Musician (US, 1976-1999)
  • Muzik (UK, 1995-2000)
  • NME (UK, 1946-2000)
  • Picturegoer (UK, 1911-1960)
  • Rave (UK, 1964-1970)
  • R&R / Radio & Records (US, 1973-2000)
  • Record Mirror (UK, 1976-1991)
  • Screen International (UK, 1975-2000)
  • Spin (US, 1985-2000)
  • The Beat (US, 1982-2000)
  • The Stage (UK, 1880-2000)
  • Uncut (UK, 1997-2000)
  • Variety (US, 1905-2000)
  • Vox (UK, 1990-1999)

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