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[Firestorm] will be a popular resource for film students.(James Clarke Times Higher Education Supplement)
Prince's impressively thorough and intelligently written book will serve as a guide for some years to this visually indelible episode in American history... Essential.(Choice 1900-01-00)
offers a detailed and insightful critical analysis while avoiding jargon...Firestorm isa remarkable achievement as a first look at the impact of 11 September on filmmaking, and lays the groundwork for any number of new approaches.(Jeffrey Mazo Survival)
[A] thoughtful and thorough investigation of the celluloid response to that chilling September day.(Luke Davies The Australian)
A rich record and accounting of the first decade of responses by both mainstream and marginal American filmmakers.(Corey K. Creekmur Cineaste 1900-01-00)
Stephen Prince's penetrating analysis of the cinematic blowback from 9/11 and the 'War on Terror' is a pioneering volume blazing a trail for what will surely be a swathe of like-minded studies. This book is informative, well argued, awash in sparkling insights, and, not incidentally, quite moving.(Thomas Doherty, Brandeis University, and author of Hollywood's Censor: Joseph I. Breen and the Production Code Administration)|
An accessibly written, wide-ranging introduction to a topic that no book in film studies has yet covered so comprehensively.(Adam Lowenstein, University of Pittsburgh)