General Editor: Ray Carney, Boston University
The Cambridge Film Classics series provides a forum for revisionist studies of the classic works of the cinematic canon from the perspective of the "new auterism," which recognizes that films emerge from a complex interaction of bureaucratic, technological, intellectual, cultural, and personal forces. The series consists of concise, cutting-edge reassessments of the canonical works of film study, written by innovative scholars and critics. Each volume provides a general introduction to the life and work of a particular director, followed by critical essays on several of the director's most important films.
Other Books in the Series:
Peter Bondanella, The Films of Roberto Rossellini Peter Brunette, The Films of Michelangelo Antonioni Ray Carney, The Films of John Cassavetes Ray Carney and Leonard Quart, The Films of Mike Leigh Sam B. Girgus, The Films of Woody Allen Robert Phillip Kolker and Peter Beicken, The Films of Wim Wenders Amy Lawrence, The Films of Peter Greenaway Scott MacDonald, Avant-Garde Film James Naremore, The Films of Vincente Minnelli James Palmer and Michael Riley, The Films of Joseph Losey Scott Simmon, The Films of D. W. Griffith David Sterritt, The Films of Alfred Hitchcock David Sterritt, The Films of Jean-Luc Godard Maurice Yacowar, The Films of Paul Morrissey
The Films of Federico Fellini
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