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European Cinemas in the Television Age
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1. INTRODUCTION A cultural ecology of film and television in Europe 2. BRITAIN (Graham Roberts & Heather Wallis) 3. FRANCE (Dorota Ostrowska) 4. ITALY (Luisa Cigognetti and Pierre Sorlin) 5. SPAIN (Valeria Camporesi) 6. GERMANY (Margit Grieb and Will Lehman) 7. DENMARK (Dorota Ostrowska and Gunhild Agger) 8. POLAND (Dorota Ostrowska) 9. Audio-visual production cultures 10. Cinematic forms in the age of television 11. Reproduction Bibliography

About the Author

Graham Roberts is Director of the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds. Dorota Ostrowska is a Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Edinburgh.

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European Cinema in the Television Age is without doubt a key text. It approaches one of those most important subjects - if not the most important subject - concerning European cinema of the past half century. Covering from the analogue to digital, from industrial context to aesthetics, this book is timely and important. I highly recommend it. -- Professor Graeme Harper, University of Wales, Bangor A compelling and comprehensive contribution to the contemporary discussion of cinema and media relations, precisely because it aims not so much at providing an all-inclusive European cinema/television history, than rather to produce a new understanding of a cine-visual aesthetics. -- Claudia Pummer, University of Iowa H-Net European Cinema in the Television Age is without doubt a key text. It approaches one of those most important subjects - if not the most important subject - concerning European cinema of the past half century. Covering from the analogue to digital, from industrial context to aesthetics, this book is timely and important. I highly recommend it. A compelling and comprehensive contribution to the contemporary discussion of cinema and media relations, precisely because it aims not so much at providing an all-inclusive European cinema/television history, than rather to produce a new understanding of a cine-visual aesthetics.

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