Film Studies eBook Collection
Books at JSTOR offers ebooks in Film Studies from such publishers as Edinburgh University Press, Columbia University Press, and Indiana University Press. This collection features 155 frontlist titles (published in 2013-2016), divided into sets based on copyright year. The titles cover a range of topics in film history and criticism, as well as direction and production.
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Notable 2016 titles include:
The Cinema of Robert Altman
Robert Niemi | Columbia University Press
This volume surveys all of Altman's major films in their sociohistorical context to reposition the director as a trenchant satirist and social critic of postmodern America, depicted as a lonely wasteland of fraudulent spectacle, exploitative social relations, and unfulfilled solitaries in search of elusive community.
Towards a Feminist Cinematic Ethics
Kristin Lené Hole | Edinburgh University Press
"An insightful, imaginative and lucid study."
—Laura McMahon, University of Cambridge
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