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Morris, Nigel

A Companion to Steven Spielberg

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A Companion to Steven Spielberg provides an authoritative collection ofessays exploring the achievements and legacy of one of the most influential film directors of the modern era.

  • Offers comprehensive coverage of Spielberg’s directorial output, from early works including Duel, The Sugarland Express, and Jaws, to recent films
  • Explores Spielberg’s contribution to the development of visual effects and computer games, as well as the critical and popular reception of his films
  • Topics include in-depth analyses of Spielberg’s themes, style, and filming techniques; commercial and cultural significance of the Spielberg ‘brand’ and his parallel career as a producer; and collaborative projects with artists and composers
  • Brings together an international team of renowned scholars and emergent voices, balancing multiple perspectives and critical approaches
  • Creates a timely and illuminating resource which acknowledges the ambiguity and complexity of Spielberg’s work, and reflects its increasing importance to film scholarship

Nyckelord: Spielberg; film studies; film history; film theory; cinema studies; movies; American films; Hollywood films; Hollywood; blockbusters; film icons; film directors; film producers; film screenwriters; video games; American auteurs; DreamWorks; Spielberg director; Spielberg producer; Spielberg screenwriter; visual effects; Jaws; New Hollywood era; American culture; American icon; popular culture; film animation, Film Studies, American Film, Film Studies, American Film

Utgivare
Utgivare
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Utgivningsår
2017
Språk
en
Utgåva
1
Serie
Wiley Blackwell Companions to Film Directors
Sidantal
536 sidor
Kategori
Konst, konsthistoria
Format
E-bok
eISBN (ePUB)
9781118726808
Tryckt ISBN
9781119327844

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