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eBook Hollywood and Europe: Economics, Culture, National Identity 1945-95 (UCLA Film and Television Archive Studies in History, Criticism, and Theory) ePub

by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith,Stephen Ricci

eBook Hollywood and Europe: Economics, Culture, National Identity 1945-95 (UCLA Film and Television Archive Studies in History, Criticism, and Theory) ePub
Author: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith,Stephen Ricci
Language: English
ISBN: 0851705979
ISBN13: 978-0851705972
Publisher: British Film Institute (October 1, 1998)
Pages: 140
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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Geoffrey Nowell-Smith is Director of the Joint European Filmography and a Fellow of the European .

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This study looks at the dominance of Hollywood films in Europe since the 1940s. It asks how this dominance has been achieved, and how Europe has reacted to the overwhelming presence of American films and (increasingly) television programmes in contemporary cultural life. British Film Institute. Country of Publication.

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Please read: 'D is for Disgusting: American culture and English criticism' by Richard Maltby pp. 104-119. UCLA Film and Television Archive studies in history, criticism, and theory. I've placed this article here mainly for Maltby's point that distinctions between are and entertainment have historically been legally enforceable in liberal democracies art protected from legal restrictions under the aegis of free speech but with free expression denied to entertainment. 0851705960, 0851705979.

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Geoffrey Nowell-Smith and Stephen Ricci, ed. Hollywood and Europe: Economics, Culture, National Identity 1945–95 (London: British Film Institute Press, 1998)Google Scholar. John Trumpbour, Selling Hollywood to the World: . and European Struggles for Mastery of the Global Film Industry, 1920–1950 (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002)Google Scholar. Neal M. Rosendorf, Social and Cultural Globalization: Concepts, History, and America’s Role, in Joseph S. Nye and John D. Donahue, ed. Governance in a Globalizing World (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2000), pp. 118–119.

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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