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by David Bordwell

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ISBN:
0073535060
Author:
David Bordwell
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mcgraw-Hill College; 8th edition (December 16, 2006)
Pages:
576 pages
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I purchased the book online for a Film Class. I have truly enjoyed reading each chapter. The book helps increase vocabulary on film.

I purchased the book online for a Film Class.

about the bookFilm Art: An Introduction is a survey of film as an art form. As they deceive each other and their audiences, the film about them tries to deceive us as well

about the bookFilm Art: An Introduction is a survey of film as an art form. It’s aimed at undergraduate students and general readers who want a comprehensive and systematic introduction to film aesthetics. It considers common types of films, principles of narrative and non-narrative form, basic film techniques, and strategies of writing about films. It also puts film art in the context of changes across history. As they deceive each other and their audiences, the film about them tries to deceive us as well. A story of crime, professional rivalry, personal jealousy, and grand aspirations, The Prestige sets itself a difficult task.

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David Bordwell is Jacques Ledoux Professor Emeritus of Film Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He holds a master's degree and a doctorate in film from the University of Iowa. 1993), "On the History of Film Style" (Harvard University Press, 1997), "Planet Hong Kong: Popular Cinema and the Art of Entertainment" (Harvard University Press, 2000), "Figures Traced in Light: On Cinematic Staging" (University of California Press, 2005), "The Way Hollywood Tells It: Story and Style in Modern Movies" (University of California Press, 2006)

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This fourth edition is a revision of the successful introduction to film appreciation and aesthetics. It begins with an overview of film production, moves on to a consideration of the formal elements and techniques, covers film criticism and concludes with a brief section highlighting the key moments in film history. Illustrated with over 500 frame enlargements, many in colour, "Film Art" has been updated to include analysis of some of the most interesting films of recent years including "Raging Bull" and "Desperately Seeking Susan".
  • Ddilonyne
Great text
  • Onath
It is an excellent book.
It is very easy to read and comprehensive.
I like it, I recommend this book.
  • Mr.Bean
This was assigned in my film history class; but I plan to read the whole thing again later, because it is not only informative but it's also a very good read. It's well organized and puts together a cohesive look at how films go together. I don't give it full marks because it does have the usual murky areas and overly textbook-ish spots. It's also way overpriced for something that isn't available new and yet is not a 'vintage' book.
  • Fountain_tenderness
Great very good thank you
  • Bearus
This book goes through the basics into the intermediate stages of understanding film. The pages are bright and the text is very interesting. I read most of this textbook for fun. The specific reference films are good ones so you won't mind watching them(which I highly suggest anyway). The pacing is great and the topics covered include film art and how to understand what you're watching as well as some technical aspects. I learned quite a bit in the 1st chapter alone - this is what a textbook should be like!
  • Gabar
Was as expected
  • Cherry The Countess
Ok
This is a nice tool for helping you begin to understand the many complexities of what it takes to make a movie. A nice resource to have but a little bare bones in the descriptive qualities. It's goal is to be a mile wide and an inch deep with information, just enough to get someone interested in the field but not enough to be all inclusive. The book is dated at this point as there are new versions of the text out.