French National Cinema

French National Cinema

Author: Susan Hayward

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 041530783X

Page: 378

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This revised and updated edition of a successful and established text provides a much-needed historical overview of French cinema from its roots through to the political and social developments in the 1990s and beyond.

Provides an historical overview of French cinema from its roots through to the political and social developments in the 1990s and beyond.



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This examination of France's national cinema takes its primary artefact, the feature film and discusses both popular cinema and the `avant garde' cinema that contests it. Susan Hayward argues that writing on French national cinema has tended to focus on either `great' film-makers or on specific movements, addressing moments of