"A significant and impressive work on the cutting edge of current critical discussion on the digitization of film...the sheer scope of Dixon and Foster's knowledge is dazzling."
(Steven Shaviro author of Post-Cinematic Affect
"The paradigm shift from analog to digital media has completely changed the way Hollywood produces and distributes its business. 21st-Century Hollywood presents a perfect snapshot of the new digital present."
(Jan-Christopher Horak Director, UCLA Film & Television Archive
"Dixon and Foster give readers an enjoyable, informative tour through popular productions and the business models and cultures that surround and impact them. The informal prose and diverse subject matter make this volume--in contract to a great deal of film criticism--appealing to a wide-range of audiences. Recommended."
About the Author
WHEELER WINSTON DIXON is the James Ryan Endowed Professor of Film Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. His many books include the recently published A History of Horror (Rutgers University Press).
GWENDOLYN AUDREY FOSTER is a professor in Film Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and editor in chief of the Quarterly Review of Film and Video.