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An Introduction to Film Analysis: Technique and Meaning in Narrative Film Paperback – August 23, 2012

ISBN-13: 978-0826430021 ISBN-10: 0826430023 Edition: 1st

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Here is an ideal text for film study -- perfect for both beginning and advanced students. An exhaustive, thoughtful and entertaining single source that provides an insightful survey of film vocabulary, narrative, scene composition, camera work, art direction, and editing -- as well as an accessible introduction to the various schools of film theory. Michael Ryan and Melissa Lenos furnish everything needed to construct a compete film course with copious citations of apposite films to illustrate the many concepts introduced. This is sure to become a standard work for college film departments.--Mark Rosenthal is the writer of numerous feature films. He teaches film at Temple University and is a member of Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

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Michael Ryan is Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs in the School of Communications and Theater at Temple University. He


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