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Author:
Ian Scott
ISBN13:
978-1579583057
ISBN:
1579583059
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Routledge (August 1, 2000)
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Politics & Government
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Series: America in the 20th/21st Century. Not only does it carefully describe and analyze a large number of Hollywood films on American politics, it also provides brief discussions of relevant film theories.

Series: America in the 20th/21st Century. Hardcover: 192 pages. Publisher: Routledge (August 1, 2000). As a result, the book might be quite useful in undergraduate courses where the instructor wants to provide a gentle entry point for students to film theory while also engaging them in debates about American politics. Chapter 1 is devoted to an exposition of theory.

How is the American political landscape represented in cinema? What is the relationship between Hollywood and Washington? From Arnold Schwarzenegger's rise to the Governorship of California through to the drama.

How is the American political landscape represented in cinema? What is the relationship between Hollywood and Washington? From Arnold Schwarzenegger's rise to the Governorship of California through to the drama of the celebrity-fuelled 2008 Presidential election.

As political film-making continues to explode in America, American Politics in Hollywood Film provides contemporary .

As political film-making continues to explode in America, American Politics in Hollywood Film provides contemporary insight and analysis into the relationship between these tw0o powerful institutions. By drawing on these examples, Scott demonstrates how Hollywood is influenced by politics and how television and film play an increasingly important role in American politics.

The cinema of the United States, often metonymously referred to as Hollywood, has had a large effect on the film industry in general since the early 20th century

The cinema of the United States, often metonymously referred to as Hollywood, has had a large effect on the film industry in general since the early 20th century.

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Quite interesting ideas on American politics in Hollywood film, especially when talking about the empty symbolism that does not convey meaning but appears to in an nostalgic attempt to appeal to masses.

Quite interesting ideas on American politics in Hollywood film, especially when talking about the empty symbolism that does not convey meaning but appears to in an nostalgic attempt to appeal to masses. Nevertheless this and the films discussed could have been analysed deeper. Additionally, some chapters don't seem to have a precise goal/argument.

Introduction 1. Film, Ideology and American Politics 2. Political Films in the Classic Studio Era 3. Hollywood on the Campaign . Dr Ian Scott is Senior Lecturer in American Studies at the University of Manchester. Hollywood on the Campaign Film 4. Action, Conspiracy and Paranoia in Hollywood Political Films 5. Political Biography in Film 6. Hollywood and America in the New Foreign Policy Era 7. Hollywood and Contemporary Domestic Politics.

Examines how Hollywood responded to and reflected the political and social changes that America experienced .

Examines how Hollywood responded to and reflected the political and social changes that America experienced during the 1930s In the popular imagination, 1930s. This was belated recognition for a largely neglected tier of cinematic exponents. Young Mr. Lincoln was the middle film in the informal American trilogy, also featuring Stagecoach and Drums along the Mohawk, that John Ford made in his personal annus mirabilis of 1939.

From its earliest days, Hollywood populated its films with vicious racial caricatures that disenfranchised . In truth, almost any film he appeared in could have had grounds for inclusion on this list, but we’re going with with John Ford’s Steamboat Round the Bend for a couple of reasons.

From its earliest days, Hollywood populated its films with vicious racial caricatures that disenfranchised people of color by casting white actors as members of other races. First, Fetchit was a regular member of Ford’s early stable of actors, appearing in many of the man’s films.

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.