Law's Moving Image

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Leslie Moran, Elena Loizidou, Ian Christie, Emma Sandon
Routledge, Dec 6, 2012 - Law - 255 pages
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This book is an essential introduction to the complex issues and debates in the field of law and film. It explores interconnections that are usually ignored between law and film through three main themes:

  • A Fantastic Jurisprudence explores representations of law in law
  • Law, Aesthetics and Visual Technologies focuses on the visual aspects of law's moving image
  • Regulation: Histories, Cultures, Practices brings together work on different dimensions and contexts of regulation, censorship, state subsidies and intellectual property to explore the complex inter-relationship between the state, industry and private regulation.


Law's Moving Image is an innovative, multi-disciplinary contribution to the rapidly growing fields of study in law and film, law and visual culture, law and culture, criminology, social and cultural studies. It will be of interest to students and academics involved in these areas.

 

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Contents

List of contributors
Heavenly justice
Branaghs Henry V Blairs
3
Rebel without a cause?
the case of Oscar Wilde
8
Endless streets pursued by ghosts
the cinematic possibility of judgment with
state censorship and cinema in
alternatives
Bibliography
Filmography
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About the author (2012)

Ian Christie is professor of film and media history at Birkbeck College, University of London.

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