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Film Theory and Philosophy—essays
Film Theory and Philosophy (online) by
Publication Date: 1997
New essays on a wide range of topics by both film scholars and philosophers who share the commitment to conceptual investigation, logic consistency, and clarity of argument and characterizes analytic philosophy.
Film theory and philosophy
PN1995 .F4673 1997
This selection of essays departs from traditional film theory/philosophy’s framework of Continental philosophy to attend to the ‘analytic’ school. The five sections address, respectively, cinematic representation, authorship and intentionality, ideology, aesthetics, and spectatorship.
Film theory and criticism: introductory readings
PN1994 .M364 1999
In its 5th edition, this text includes numerous classic essays by renowned film scholars/philosophers. Essays are divided into seven sections; film language, film and reality, the film medium, film narrative and other arts, the film artist, film genres, and film: psychology, society, and ideology.
Narrative, Apparatus, Ideology: A Film Theory Reader
PN 1995 .N43 1986
This anthology presents significant and influential writings on film theory from prominent film theorists and cultural thinkers. Essays are organized around central issues relating to film theory and include structures of film narrative, subject, narrative, cinema, apparatus, and textuality as ideology. Additionally, Rosen introduces each section by contextualizing the following arguments, ideas, and theories in the tradition of film theory.
A Companion to Film Theory
PN 1995 .B495 1999
Arranged conceptually, part one consists of essays on film form, style, and spectatorship, part two includes critiques of film scholarship, marginalized and emerging perspectives, and concludes with the application of the concepts covered in the earlier chapters.