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Tauris World Cinema Series

Our World Cinema Series explores cinemas in terms of their own contexts and traditions – as experienced by contemporary multicultural audiences worldwide, with contributions by writers working within those cinemas.

Clearly written for both academic and general interest readers, the books celebrate the richness and complexity of film art across the globe. Strands will include new approaches to World Film theory, new translations of classic works, books on New Cinemas focusing on recent film revivals, and re-assessments of major movements, genres, technologies and stars.

If you have any queries, ideas or submissions, please contact:
Series Editor: Professor Lúcia Nagib – l.nagib@reading.ac.uk 
Cinema Editor at I.B.Tauris:
Maddy Hamey-Thomas – mhamey-thomas@ibtauris.com

Basque Cinema: A Cultural and Political History
Brazil on Screen: Cinema Novo, New Cinema and Utopia
Contemporary New Zealand Cinema: From New Wave to Blockbuster
East Asian Cinemas: Exploring Transnational Connections on Film
East Asian Film Noir: Transnational Encounters and Intercultural Dialogue
Impure Cinema: Intermedial and Intercultural Approaches to Film
Latin American Women Filmmakers: Production, Politics, Poetics
Lebanese Cinema: Imagining the Civil War and Beyond
New Argentine Cinema
New Directions in German Cinema
New Turkish Cinema: Belonging, Identity and Memory
Paulo Emilio Salles Gomes: On Brazil and Global Cinema
Performing Authorship: Self-inscription and Corporeality in the Cinema
Stars in World Cinema: Screen Icons and Star Systems Across Cultures
The Cinema of Cuba: Contemporary Film and the Legacy of the Revolution
The Rise of Independent Cinema in Japan: A History of the Art Theatre Guild
Theorizing World Cinema
  • Theorizing World Cinema

  • Edited by: Lucia Nagib, Chris Perriam, Rajinder Dudrah
  • Paperback£17.99 | $31.00
  • Hardback£62.00 | $110.00

 

 

Advisory Board:

Laura Mulvey | Robert Stam | Ismail Xavier

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