Documentary Film Classics offers close readings on a number of major films, such as Nanook of the North, Land Without Bread, Night and Fog, Chronicle of a Summer and Don't Look Back.
Spanning the history of the documentary film tradition, William Rothman analyzes the philosophical and historical issues and themes implicit in these works. Designed to guide film students through the "texts" of a wide range of documentaries, his readings also focus on the achievements of these works as films per se.
|Nanook of the North|
|Land Without Bread|
|Night and Fog|
|Chronicle of a Summer: Jean Rouch, Cinema-verite and 'shared anthropology'|
|Cinema-verite in America (I): A Happy Mother's Day|
|Cinema-verite in America (II): rebel with a cause: Don't Look Back.|
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Film
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 8th October 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.682 x 15.113 x 1.524
Weight (kg): 0.386