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- Wiley 2013; US$ 74.95
With a sharp eye for social detail and the pressures of class inequality, Alfred Hitchcock brought to the American scene a perspicacity and analytical shrewdness unparalleled in American cinema. Murray Pomerance works from a basis in cultural analysis and a detailed knowledge of Alfred Hitchcock's films and production techniques to explore how America... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2013; US$ 27.95
The Eyes Have It explores those rarified screen moments when viewers are confronted by sights that seem at once impossible and present, artificial and stimulating, illusory and definitive. Murray Pomerance takes readers on an illuminating filmic journey through a vast array of cinematic moments, technical methods, and laborious collaborations from... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2008; US$ 26.95
What is most important about cinema is that we are alive with it. For all its dramatic, literary, political, sociological, and philosophical weight, film is ultimately an art that provokes, touches, and riddles the viewer through an image that transcends narrative and theory. In The Horse Who Drank the Sky, Murray Pomerance brings attention to... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2005; US$ 21.95
rom beloved bad-boy to cool and captivating maverick, Johnny Depp has inspired media intrigue and has been the source of international acclaim since the early 1990s. He has attracted attention for his eccentric image, his accidental acting career, his beguiling good looks, and his quirky charm. In Johnny Depp Starts Here, film scholar Murray Pomerance... more...
- University of California Press 2011; US$ 34.95
Michelangelo Antonioni, who died in 2007, was one of cinema?s greatest modernist filmmakers. The films in his black and white trilogy of the early 1960s? L?avventura, La Notte, L?eclisse ?are justly celebrated for their influential, gorgeously austere style. But in this book, Murray Pomerance demonstrates why the color films that followed are, in fact,... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2011; US$ 25.95
Shining in Shadows examines a wide range of Hollywood icons from a turbulent decade for the film industry and for America itself. Perhaps reflecting our own cultural fragmentation and uncertainty, Hollywood’s star personas sent mixed messages about Americans’ identities and ideals. With a multigenerational, international cast of stars,... more...
- Editions Rodopi 2006; US$ 119.00
Peter Jacksons film version of The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003) is the grandest achievement of 21st century cinema so far. But it is also linked to topical and social concerns including war, terrorism, and cultural imperialism. Its style, symbols, narrative, and structure seem always already linked to politics, cultural definition, problems... more...
- Edinburgh University Press Ltd 2015; Not Available
George Cukor is one of the studio eras most famous and admired directors, with many of the American cinemas most beloved classics to his credit, including The Women , Gaslight , Adams Rib , A Star is Born , and My Fair Lady to his credit. Not himself a scriptwriter, he was particularly adept at choosing which properties to adapt and... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2008; US$ 26.95
The profound cultural and political changes of the 1960s brought the United States closer to social revolution than at any other time in the twentieth century. The country fragmented as various challenges to state power were met with increasing and violent resistance. The Cold War heated up and the Vietnam War divided Americans. Civil rights,... more...