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Movie Roadshows

Author : Kim R. Holston
ISBN : 9780786460625
Genre : Performing Arts
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"This work examines a film distribution system paralleling the rise of early features and persisting until 1972. The focus is on roadshows released in the United States but an appendix identifies international roadshows and films forecast but not released as roadshows. Included are plots, contemporary critical reaction, premiere date, production background, and methods of promotion--i.e., the ballyhoo"--
Category: Performing Arts

Roadshow

Author : Matthew Kennedy
ISBN : 9780199925674
Genre : Music
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A brilliant and colorful history of the downfall of the American musical Offers an inside account of the making of lavish musicals in the late 1960s and early 1970s, from stars to cost overruns Situates the musical and the roadshow--an event-based promotional program--in the decade's revolutionary cultural changes
Category: Music

Trashfilm Roadshows

Author : Johannes Schönherr
ISBN : 1900486199
Genre : Performing Arts
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For author Johannes Schonherr, no place is too distant or strange that he cannot screen or hunt down obscure underground trash movies. From the bowels of New York's Lower East Side and punk clubs in San Francisco, to Moscow on a fake visa and Pyongyan, North Korea, Schonherr is a cineaste on a mission. Plus extra features such as Nick Zedd being attacked by German feminists, advice on how to run a no-budget rathouse of a cinema, GG Allin's final gig and discovering wild cinematic treats at New York's cheapest film-to-video store.
Category: Performing Arts

The Gunslingers Of 69

Author : Brian Hannan
ISBN : 9781476679358
Genre : Performing Arts
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In 1969--the counter-cultural moment when Easy Rider triggered a "youthquake" in audience interests--Westerns proved more dominant than ever at the box office and at the Oscars. It was a year of masterpieces--The Wild Bunch, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Once Upon a Time in the West and True Grit. Robert Redford achieved star status. Old-timers like John Wayne, Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum appeared in two Westerns apiece. Raquel Welch took on the mantle of Queen of the West. Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin tried their hand at a musical (Paint Your Wagon). New directors like George Roy Hill reinvigorated the genre while veteran Sam Peckinpah at last found popular approval. Themes included women's rights, social anxieties about violence and changing attitudes of and towards African-Americans and Native Americans. All of the 40-plus Westerns released in the U.S. in 1969 are covered in depth, offering a new perspective on the genre.
Category: Performing Arts

20 000 Leagues Under The Sea 1997 Village Roadshow Film

Author : Frederic P. Miller
ISBN : 6134140686
Genre : Performing Arts
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a 1997 television movie produced by Village Roadshow Pictures, based on the novel by Jules Verne. The Nautilus has been sinking and damaging ships and is at first thought to be a giant narwhal. The Nautilus gets its power by extracting the sun's heat from the sea water: this is impossible technology, and the movie wrongly calls it hydroelectricity.
Category: Performing Arts

Film Induced Tourism

Author : Sue Beeton
ISBN : 9781845412982
Genre : Business & Economics
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Film-induced tourism has the potential to revitalise flagging regional/rural communities and increase tourism to urban centres, however it carries with it its own unique problems. This publication explores such elements, delving into the disciplines of sociology and psychology, along with the fields of destination marketing, community development and strategic planning.
Category: Business & Economics

Motion Picture Herald

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105118885909
Genre : Motion pictures
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Category: Motion pictures

Hearing The Movies

Author : James Buhler
ISBN : 0195327799
Genre : Performing Arts
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Features: * Detailed sample analyses with timings describe the function of sound and music in individual scenes * Extended exercises suggest tools for basic analysis of the soundtrack * Interludes at the ends of Parts I and II offer guidelines for writing about films in terms of their sound and music * Historical coverage extends from the silent film era to the advent of digital technology and beyond * Provides a broad range of examples from Hollywood, independent, and foreign films, as well as focused analysis * Features sidebar commentary from industry professionals and more than 300 illustrations, including screen stills, photos, tables, diagrams, and musical excerpts * Incorporates the broadest range of scholarship on film music currently available, spanning the disciplines of music and film/media studies * Includes glossary of terms for easy reference.
Category: Performing Arts

D W Griffith S The Birth Of A Nation

Author : Melvyn Stokes
ISBN : 9780199887514
Genre : History
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In this deeply researched and vividly written volume, Melvyn Stokes illuminates the origins, production, reception and continuing history of this ground-breaking, aesthetically brilliant, and yet highly controversial movie. By going back to the original archives, particularly the NAACP and D. W. Griffith Papers, Stokes explodes many of the myths surrounding The Birth of a Nation (1915). Yet the story that remains is fascinating: the longest American film of its time, Griffith's film incorporated many new features, including the first full musical score compiled for an American film. It was distributed and advertised by pioneering methods that would quickly become standard. Through the high prices charged for admission and the fact that it was shown, at first, only in "live" theaters with orchestral accompaniment, Birth played a major role in reconfiguring the American movie audience by attracting more middle-class patrons. But if the film was a milestone in the history of cinema, it was also undeniably racist. Stokes shows that the darker side of this classic movie has its origins in the racist ideas of Thomas Dixon, Jr. and Griffith's own Kentuckian background and earlier film career. The book reveals how, as the years went by, the campaign against the film became increasingly successful. In the 1920s, for example, the NAACP exploited the fact that the new Ku Klux Klan, which used Griffith's film as a recruiting and retention tool, was not just anti-black, but also anti-Catholic and anti-Jewish, as a way to mobilize new allies in opposition to the film. This crisply written book sheds light on both the film's racism and the aesthetic brilliance of Griffith's filmmaking. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the cinema.
Category: History