Film, Cinema, Genre

Film, Cinema, Genre

The Steve Neale Reader

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University of Exeter Press






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List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Steve Neale and Film Studies: An Introduction Section A: Beginnings 1 The Reappearance of Movie Review in Screen, 16.3 (1975), 112-15 2 Personal Views Review in Screen, 17.3 (1976), 118-22 3 The Invention of Cinema Chapter 3 of Cinema and Technology: Image, Sound, Colour (London: Macmillan, 1985) Section B: Genre(s) 4 Genre Chapter 3 of Genre (London: British Film Institute, 1980) 5 Questions of Genre Screen, 31.1 (1990), 45-66 6 Genre and Hollywood Chapter 7 of Genre and Hollywood (London: Routledge, 2000) 7 Melodrama and Tears Screen, 27.6 (1986), 6-23 8 Aspects of Ideology and Narrative Form in the American War Film Screen, 32.1 (1991), 33-57 Section C: Interventions and Provocations 9 Art Cinema as Institution Screen, 22.1 (1981), 11-40 10 Masculinity as Spectacle: Reflections on Men and Mainstream Cinema Screen, 24.6 (1983), 2-17 11 Melo Talk: On the Meaning and Use of the Term 'Melodrama' in the American Trade Press The Velvet Light Trap, 32 (1993), 66-89 12 Hollywood Blockbusters: Historical Dimensions Movie Blockbusters, ed. by Julian Stringer (London: Routledge, 2003), pp. 47-60 Section D: Film Analysis 13 Issues of Difference: Alien and Blade Runner Fantasy and the Cinema, ed. by James Donald (London: British Film Institute, 1989), pp. 213-23 14 Narration, Point of View and Patterns in the Soundtrack of Letter from an Unknown Woman Style and Meaning: Essays in the Detailed Analysis of Film, ed. by John Gibbs and Douglas Pye (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005), pp. 99-107 15 Gestures, Movements and Actions in Rio Bravo Howard Hawks: New Perspectives, ed. by Ian Brookes (London: Palgrave/British Film Institute, 2016), pp. 110-21 16 The Art of the Palpable: Composition and Staging in the Widescreen Films of Anthony Mann Widescreen Worldwide, ed. by John Belton, Sheldon Hall and Stephen Neale (New Barnet: John Libbey, 2010), pp. 91-106 17 'I Can't Tell Anymore Whether You're Lying': Double Indemnity, Human Desire and the Narratology of Femmes Fatales The Femme Fatale: Images, Histories, Contexts, ed. by Helen Hanson and Catherine O'Rawe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 187-98 Steve Neale Bibliography Index
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Steve Neale; film industry; film technology; movie genres; movie history; film genres; film criticism; film history; film; cinema; cinema history