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Hollywood's Artists: The Directors Guild of America and the Construction of Authorship
Today, the director is considered the leading artistic force behind a film. The production of a Hollywood movie requires the labor of many people, from screenwriters and editors to cinematographers and boom operators, but the director as author of the film overshadows them all. How did this concept of the director become so deeply ingrained in our understanding of cinema?
Paperback, 296 pages
Expected publication: July 7th 2020 by Columbia University Press
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