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The Film and The Public.

By: MANVELL, Roger.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: Harmondsworth: Pelican Books, 1955.:

Seller ID: 9679


1st ed. A new Study of the Film from the point of view of both the film-maker and the audience, with an account of recent technical innovations, and a special section on Television. Pp.52/1(ad). 82 black & white plates, toning to pages. Paperback. G+. View more info

Hamlet. Screenplay, Introduction and Film Diary. (Film Diary by Russell Jackson, photographs by Rolf Konow & Peter Mountain.)

By: SHAKESPEARE, William/BRANAGH, Kenneth.:

Price: £10.50

Publisher: London: Chatto & Windus, 1996.:

Seller ID: 30430


1st ed. "Lavishly illustrated with stills and informal photos of the filming, this book is a unique record of perhaps the most ambitious cinematic adaptation of Shakespeare to date." 22.4cms. x 16.5cms. Pp.8/213, 54 colour illustrations from film, 3 colour & 8 b/w illustrations. Pbk. VG. View more info

A Descriptive Catalogue of Art Films.

By: THE ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: London: Shenval Press, nd. (c.1954).:

Seller ID: 44648


Presented by The Arts Council of Great Britain in Co-operation with The British Film Institute 1952-53. Pp.32, slight toning to pages. Orange stiff card covers have fading to lower front third. G+. View more info

The Media are American. Anglo-American Media in the World.

By: TUNSTALL, Jeremy.

Price: £12.50

Publisher: London: Constable, 1977. 0094602603:

Seller ID: 44779

ISBN: 0094602603


1st edition. "The popular press, feature films, hit parades, and commercial TV were all invented in the USA, then imported, and copied, by all other nations. Such cheap imports expand whole national media systems, shifting emphasis from print to electroniic media, and just a handful of Anglo-American news and news film agencies select the images fkr the whole world's perception of international political reality." Pp.352, black & white photo frontispiece + 22 further illustrations, minor spotting to closed page edges. Grey cloth, dustwrapper slightly sunned to spine. G+/G+. View more info