Books by Publisher: BFI PUBLISHING

    Cinema Beyond the City

    By Clemens Zimmermann

    Hardback Save £14.79 = £54.20

    In chapters written by leading scholars and young academics, interdisciplinary research is used to address key questions about access, economic viability, audience behaviour, film programming and the cultural flows between cities and hinterlands.

    Films that Sell: Moving Pictures and Advertising

    Paperback Save £4.29 = £22.70

    The first overview of the moving image in advertising, this far-reaching and innovative new text brings together an international ensemble of leading archivists and scholars to examine various aspects of the history, theory and practice of moving image advertising from around the world.

    Aguirre, the Wrath of God

    By Eric Ames

    Paperback £12.85

    Aguirre, the Wrath of God Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes is and perhaps always will be Werner Herzog's most important film. Aguirre is not a history film in the narrow sense, but it does engage a specific episode in the conquest of the New World, and it explores that history in...

    Julie Christie

    By Melanie Bell-Williams

    Paperback Save £0.60 = £7.05

    Julie Christie's prickly relationship with stardom is legendary. This fascinating text provides a comprehensive account of Christie's career, from her emergence in the 1960s to present day. It moves from analysing her star persona, to exploring her performance and her politics, and in doing so raises important questions for the...

    Natalie Wood

    By Rebecca Sullivan

    Paperback £12.65

    Nonetheless, while many of her films are considered classics of mid-twentieth century American cinema, she is less remembered for her acting than she is for her mysterious and tragic death. Rebecca Sullivan's lucid and engaging study of Natalie Wood's career sheds new light on her enormous, albeit uneven, contributions to...

    Howard Hawks: New Perspectives

    Paperback Save £3.79 = £21.20

    Leading international scholars consider the films and legacy of Howard Hawks. Diverse contributions consider Hawks' work in relation to issues of gender, genre and relationships between the sexes, discuss key films including Rio Bravo, The Big Sleep and Red River, and address Hawks' visual style and the importance of musicality...

    The Children\'s Film Foundation: History and Legacy

    By Robert Shail

    Hardback Save £8.34 = £18.66

    From the 1950s to the 1980s the Children's Film Foundation made films for Saturday morning cinema clubs across the UK - entertaining and educating generations of British children. This first history of this much-loved organisation provides an overview of the CFF's films, interviews with key backstage personnel, and memories of...

    In the Mood for Love

    By Tony Rayns

    Paperback £12.85

    Set in Hong Kong, Singapore and Cambodia in the 1960s, Wong Kar Wai's In the Mood for Love 2000 is a film that luxuriates in the feeling of being in love - without ever turning into a love story.

    Gone With the Wind

    By Helen Taylor

    Paperback £12.85

    Gone with the Wind 1939 is one of the greatest films of all time - the best-known of Hollywood's Golden Age and a work that has, in popular imagination, defined southern American history for three-quarters of a century.


    By Marina Warner

    Paperback £12.20

    L'Atalante is the work of French director Jean Vigo. This text is part of the "BFI Film Classics" series. Each volume in the series presents a personal commentary on the film, together with a brief production history and a detailed filmography, notes and bibliography.

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