The Companion to Italian Cinema
Essential reading for students and followers of Italian Film, this book is a concise and authoritative work of reference offering comprehensive coverage of Italian cinema through the entire century of its development. Arranged in an accessible A-Z format, it offers key information and insights into the richness and variety of Italian cinema. An historical overview of Italian cinema is followed by over 200 entries on film, critics, festivals, film forms, genres and movements.
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