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A Sensitivity to Things: Mono no aware in Late Spring and Equinox Flower

Ozu International : Essays on the Global Influences of a Japanese Auteur

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...Ozu’s films paradoxically tend to be viewed, correctly or not, as either typically, and traditionally, Japanese, or as the hallmark of an international modernist sensibility. Of this situation, Scott Nygren writes, “the paradox of Ozu...

The Accented Voice: Ethnic Signposts of English, Irish and American Film Music

K. J. Donnelly

Kevin Donnelly is Reader in Film at the University of Southampton, UK. He is the author of Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks (Bloomsbury, 2015), Occult Aesthetics: Sound and Image Synchronization (2013), British Film Music and Film Musicals (2007), The Spectre of Sound (British Film Institute, 2005) and Pop Music in British Cinema (British Film Institute, 2001); and editor of Film Music: Critical Approaches (2001), co-editor (with Phil Hayward) of Music in Science Fiction Television: Tuning to the Future (2012) and co-editor (with Will Gibbons and Neil Lerner) of Music in Video Games: Studying Play (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Spectre of Sound : Music in Film and Television

BFI Publishing, 2005

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... stylistic influences from popular music. In British films, this was particularly pronounced in the 1960s, due to the protean character of British pop music at the time.K. J. Donnelly, Pop Music in British Cinema: A Chronicle (London: BFI,...

The Birth of a Nation

The Griffith Project Volume 8 : Films Produced in 1914–15

British Film Institute, 2004

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... (André) Beranger, Monte Blue, William Christy Cabanne, Elmer Clifton, Donald Crisp, Howard Gaye, Fred Hamer, Herbert Sutch, Tom Wilson, Baron von Winther?; Erich von Stroheim?; Raoul Walsh?Executive and production assistant: J...

Titanic: It’s all on the screen

J.D. Connor

J.D. Connor is Associate Professor in the Division of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Southern California, USA. His research focuses on the interplay of art and industry in the contemporary Hollywood system, the history of tape recording, and Kennedy-era media shifts. Connor is the author of the forthcoming The Studios after the Studios (2015) and on the Steering Committee of Post45 (post45.org). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Hollywood Math and Aftermath : The Economic Image and the Digital Recession

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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... to England to attempt to appease First Officer Murdoch’s surviving relatives by setting up a scholarship in his honor. Anne Massey and Mike Hammond, “‘It was True! How can you Laugh?’ History and Memory in the Reception of Titanic in Britain...

Abraham Lincoln

The Griffith Project Volume 10 : Films Produced in 1919–46

British Film Institute, 2006

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...Production company: Feature Productions; Art Cinema Corp.Filming date: late February–April 1930Location: Art Cinema studio, Formosa Avenue, Los AngelesPresented by: Joseph M. SchenckDistribution: United Artists; Art Cinema Associates, Inc....

Sally of the Sawdust

The Griffith Project Volume 10 : Films Produced in 1919–46

British Film Institute, 2006

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... photography: Frank Diem, J. Roy HuntAssistant directors: Erville Anderson, Frank WalshArt director: Charles M. KirkFilm editor: James SmithMusic: Louis Silvers; cue sheet compiled by James C. BradfordCast: Carol Dempster (Sally); W.C....