"Revelatory. Bozak is passionate and occasionally poetic."
"Bozak looks at the many issues surrounding the relationship between film and the natural environment. The book is at the intersection of many disciplines and will thus likely prove thought provoking for a wide range of readers. It is an ideal volume for serious students of film and environmental studies. Highly recommended."
"Highly original and beautifully written, Bozak's groundbreaking work adds an essential new dimension to the act of critically viewing film. I have long been awaiting a book that brings environmental matters into the heart of film and media studies!"
(Lisa Parks University of California, Santa Barbara
"Very few recent books on cinema genuinely deserve to be called 'groundbreaking.' This, by all means, is one of them."
(Paolo Cherchi Usai author of The Death of Cinema
About the Author
NADIA BOZAK holds a PhD in comparative literature from the University of Toronto. She is also a published novelist.