Future tense: the cinema of science fiction

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Macdonald and Jane's, 1978 - Performing Arts - 320 pages
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User Review  - John Stephen - Goodreads

Brosnan is one of the most interesting writers on SF film. He actually comes across as someone who thinks about these films, and doesn't just fill pages with common knowledge and common opinions (ie ... Read full review

Review: Future Tense: The Cinema Of Science Fiction

User Review  - Cat Springer - Goodreads

Should be available as a used text from most any online bookseller, Brosnan's "Future Tense" is a personal appraisal of the history of science fiction in the cinema from the silent era through "Star Wars". Very informative, anecdotal. Updated as "The Primal Screen". Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Harry Harrison
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The Boom Goes On 197376
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A Close Encounter With Star Wars 197778
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