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Purchasing options are not available in this country. Paul Sellors Wallflower Press. Few topics in the study of film produce as much controversy as authorship. Critics, historians, and theoreticians heatedly debate film authors, arguing vociferously about the nature of film authorship and questioning whether films even have authors at all.
Qty :. Casting fresh light on New Hollywood — one of American cinema's most fertile eras — Authoring Hal Ashby is the first sustained argument that, rather than a period dominated by genius auteurs, New Hollywood was an era of intense collaboration producing films of multiple-authorship. Centering its discussion on the films and filmmaking practice of director Hal Ashby Harold and Maude, Shampoo, Being There , Hunter's work demonstrates how the auteur paradigm has served not only to diminish several key films and filmmakers of the era, but also to underestimate and undervalue the key contributions to the era's films of cinematographers, editors, writers and other creative crew members. Placing Ashby's films and career within the historical context of his era to show how he actively resisted the auteur label, the author demonstrates how this resistance led to Ashby's marginalization by film executives of his time and within subsequent film scholarship. Through rigorous analysis of several films, Hunter moves on to demonstrate Ashby's own signature authorial contributions to his films and provides thorough and convincing demonstrations of the authorial contributions made by several of Ashby's key collaborators.
Critics, historians, and theoreticians heatedly debate film authors, arguing vociferously about the nature of film authorship and questioning whether films even have authors at all. Film Authorship evaluates these debates in a rigorous and accessible manner. Generously illustrated, the book analyzes the historical development and theoretical underpinnings of the concepts of film authorship and the auteur. It then examines recent theories of film authorship and proposes a reconceptualization that grounds the topic firmly in empirical analyses of film production. Paul Sellors 4.
The Films of Martin Scorsese, —77 pp Cite as. In analysing the work of a film director the issue of authorship is often inescapable. It becomes pressing when discussing the early work of Martin Scorsese. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
If you are authenticated and think you should have access to this title, please contact your librarian. Institutions can purchase access to individual titles; please contact manchesterhive manchester. Don't have an account? This chapter tracks important shifts in thinking about the nature and locus of authorship in film. Yet the section that follows rehabilitates the figure of the cinematic author in strong if not overbearing form , recognising the different contributions to this end by analytical philosophy, feminism and legal studies. Finally, these various models of film authorship are tested in a case study of the directorial work of Ang Lee. Dance has always been a method of self- expression for human beings.
the director, or auteur, had become commercially galvanised as a brand icon. 29 C. Paul Sellors, Film Authorship: Auteurs and Other Myths.
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