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Library of Congress Call Number Ranges: PN1993 - PN1999
This book analyzes the emergence of apocalyptic and dystopic narratives and explores the political and social situations on which a selection films are based.
In addition to film and media studies, perspectives on border studies, gender studies, sociology, and political science are included.
This book examines both the cross-influences and independent characteristics of Japanese and American animation and how a hybridization of Japanese manga/anime and Hollywood animation may shape the future of global narrative storytelling.
This book conceives of "theory" not as a fixed body of canonical texts, but as a dynamic set of reflections on the idea of cinema and the possibilities once associated with it. Comprised of more than 275 early-twentieth-century German texts, The Promise of Cinema is the most comprehensive collection of German writings on film published to date.