Looking at movies: an introduction to film
The Third Edition of Looking at Movies is as visually engaging and fun to read as previous editions, and now contains new material on film history, film genre, and cultural contexts, and even more help with film analysis. Supplementary materials, conceived and created by the authors, integrate seamlessly with the text. Two DVDs contain nearly four hours of film clips, frame sequences, short films, and animations to show what the text describes. The Looking at Movies student website provides an abundance of review and ancillary materials, including the Writing About Movies guide. The Looking at Movies package, including the text, DVDs, website, and writing guide, costs less than competing texts alone, making it an outstanding value for students.
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Review: Looking at Movies: An Introduction to FilmUser Review - Zachary Roper - Goodreads
Very thorough, interesting, and clearly explained introduction to Film Studies. This book will be the textbook for my upcoming Film course at ASM. Read full review
Review: Looking at Movies: An Introduction to FilmUser Review - Eileen - Goodreads
This is a really well organized textbook and is very easy to understand. It's a great introduction on how to analyze movies, but might seem like common sense to those people who already have an understanding of film in this way. Read full review
Looking At Movies + Writing About Movies + 2 DVDs: An Introduction to Film
Richard Barsam,Dave Monahan,Karen Gocsik
No preview available - 2009
What ls a Movie?
Form and Expectations
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