Hollywood and Europe: Economics, Culture, National Identity, 1945-95

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Geoffrey Nowell-Smith, Steven Ricci
BFI Publishing, 1998 - Performing Arts - 164 pages
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Since the end of the First World War, anguished voices have been raised in Europe about the need to counter Hollywood's domination of the movie marketplace.The concern has been for the balance of payments, for the protections of the indigenous industry, and for the preservation of national identity. Hollywood and Europe presents the responses of an international and distinguished group of scholars and academics to these concerns. Since the end of the First World War, anguished voices have been raised in Europe about the need to counter Hollywood's domination of the movie marketplace.The concern has been for the balance of payments, for the protections of the indigenous industry, and for the preservation of national identity. Hollywood and Europe presents the responses of an international and distinguished group of scholars and academics to these concerns.

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Parti
19
From the BlumByrnes Agreement to the GATT affair
47
The art film market in the new Hollywood
63
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Geoffrey Nowell-Smith is Director of the Joint European Filmography and a Fellow of the European Humanities Research Centre at Oxford University. Steven Ricci is Head of Research and Study at the University of California, Los Angeles, Film and Television Archive.

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