A New Guide to Italian Cinema

A New Guide to Italian Cinema A New Guide to Italian Cinema with co author Carlo Celli is a complete reworking and update of Marga Cottino Jones popular A Student s Guide to Italian Film This guide retains earlier edi

  • Title: A New Guide to Italian Cinema
  • Author: Carlo Celli Marga Cottino-Jones
  • ISBN: 9781403975652
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • A New Guide to Italian Cinema, with co author Carlo Celli, is a complete reworking and update of Marga Cottino Jones popular A Student s Guide to Italian Film 1983, 1993 This guide retains earlier editions interest in renowned films and directors but is also attentive to popular cinema, the films which actually achieved box office success among the Italian public TA New Guide to Italian Cinema, with co author Carlo Celli, is a complete reworking and update of Marga Cottino Jones popular A Student s Guide to Italian Film 1983, 1993 This guide retains earlier editions interest in renowned films and directors but is also attentive to popular cinema, the films which actually achieved box office success among the Italian public The Guide introduces the Italian cinema not just as a 20th century phenomenon but as an expression of the deeper roots of Italy s historic, cultural and literary past Chapters offer historical timelines and commentary on political and cultural events and trends, followed by discussion of the Italian cinema industry and key films Appendices offer guides to writing about film, statistical data of Italian box office history and short biographies and filmographies of important directors The aim of the book is to provide the cinephile, student, teacher, or fan with a guide where points of interest may be identified and studied with clarity.

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    1. More or less an encyclopedic guide to Italian film and its history. I benefited greatly from this work because it already discusses the different trends and the famous Italian films which I can see during my free time. Terrible typos aside, this book is a must for every film fan.

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