Screening the holocaust: cinema's images of the unimaginable

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Indiana University Press, 1988 - Performing Arts - 212 pages
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Discusses the difficulties in dealing with the Holocaust artistically, looks at a variety of Holocaust films, including documentaries, and assesses their effectiveness in handling the subject

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The Photographic Image and
The Discontents of Film Narrative
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