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Davis, Charles H.

Fans, Blockbusterisation, and the Transformation of Cinematic Desire

Davis, Charles H. - Fans, Blockbusterisation, and the Transformation of Cinematic Desire, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Returning to Middle-Earth, in Blockbusterised Form
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

2. Researching Audience Engagements with the Hobbit Trilogy: A Unique Methodological Approach
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

3. Adaptation, Anticipation and Cinematic Desire: Prefigurative Engagements with a Blockbuster Fantasy Franchise
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

4. Unexpected Controversies Cast a Shadow Over Middle-Earth
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

5. The Saga Begins: Mapping Audience Reactions to An Unexpected Journey

Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

6. The Rise of the Hobbit Critic: From The Desolation of Smaug to The Battle of the Five Armies

Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

7. Pioneering Cinematic Technologies and The Hobbit’s Hyperreality Paradox
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

8. On the Transformation of Meaning and Cinematic Desire
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

9. Making Sense of Difference: How Social Location and Identity Shaped Engagements with the Hobbit Trilogy
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

10. Conclusion and Methodological Reflections on a Unique Project
Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis, Ann L. Hardy, Craig Hight

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Film Theory, Cultural Theory, Global Cinema

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137596161
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-59615-4

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