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Questions of Colour in Cinema: From Paintbrush to Pixel (New Studies in European Cinema) Paperback – October 29, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-3039113538 ISBN-10: 3039113534 Edition: 1st

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The Editor: Wendy Everett is Reader in Film Studies and French at the University of Bath. Her principal research interests are in European cinema, and recent published books include European Identity in Cinema (2006), Revisiting Space. Space and Place in European Cinema (2005), jointly edited with Axel Goodbody, and a study of the work of the British director Terence Davies (2004). She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Literature/Film Quarterly, and co-editor of Peter Lang’s New Studies in European Cinema.

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