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Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

The Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film is intended as a standard reference work in the field of
film studies. Designed to meet the needs of general readers, university students, high school
students and teachers, it offers a comprehensive and accessible overview of film history and
theory with an American emphasis.

AUTEUR STRUCTURALISM AND BEYOND – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUTHORSHIP AND FILM CRITICISM IN BRITAIN AND THE US IN THE 1960s – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUTHORSHIP AND MISE-EN-SCE` NE – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUTHORSHIP AND POSTWAR FRENCH CRITICISM – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUTHORSHIP AND US CINEMA – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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ASCERTAINING AUTHORSHIP IN CINEMA – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUSTRALIAN FILM AND AUSTRALIAN CULTURE – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUSTRALIA. FROM THE NEW WAVE TO GENRE FILMS – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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THE AUSTRALIAN NEW WAVE: THE COMEDIES – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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AUSTRALIA. THE BARREN YEARS: 1945 TO 1969 – Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film

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