The Film Studio: Film Production in the Global Economy

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2005 - 231 páginas
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The Film Studio sheds new light on the evolution of global film production, highlighting the role of film studios worldwide. The authors explore the contemporary international production environment, alleging that global competition is best understood as an unequal and unstable partnership between the "design interest" of footloose producers and the "location interest" of local actors. Ben Goldsmith and Tom O'Regan identify various types of film studios and investigate the consequences for Hollywood, international film production, and the studio locations.
 

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International Production and Globalization
ix
Types of Studio
17
Studios the Location Interest and Policy
35
Studios Stargates and Urban Reimagining
57
Extreme Dreams in Satellite Locations The Rise of the Greenfields Studio
70
From National to International Film Studios
103
Still Exceptional? Londons Film Studios
129
The Same but Different Canadian Studios and International Production
144
Still the Center Studios and the United States
171
Bibliography
199
Index
211
About the Authors
225
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Página iii - Acknowledgments This book would not have been possible without the assistance and support of a wide range of colleagues, family members and friends.

Sobre el autor (2005)

Ben Goldsmith is a lecturer in the Centre for Screen Studies and Research at the Australian Film, Television, and Radio School in Sydney, Australia. Tom O'Regan is professor of media and cultural studies in the School of English, Media Studies, and Art History at the University of Queensland.

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