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Pretty Pictures: Production Design and the History Film

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Theories of film have traditionally dealt with either narrative or industrial issues, with the consequence that the physical content of the graphic frame has often been ignored or relegated to the sidelines. By contrast, C.S. Tashiro foregrounds the visual aspect of cinema in this book, drawing on his experiences as a designer and filmmaker, as well as on contemporary theo ...more
Paperback, 252 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by University of Texas Press
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