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  • Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards 3252001 By Robert Hepler Celebrity (16 x 20)

  • Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards, 3/25/2001, By Robert Hepler was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captur
    Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards, 3/25/2001, By Robert Hepler was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 16.00 x 20.00 inches and the image size is 16.00 x 20.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards, 3/25/2001, By Robert Hepler. Paper Size: 16.00 x 20.00 inches. Product Type: Photo Print.
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  • Re-takes: Postcoloniality And Foreign Film Languages

  • Re-takes: Postcoloniality And Foreign Film Languages
    Exploring several dimensions of the problem of "film languages," this volume engages the complications inherent in the study of the "other" and investigates the intricate relationship between postcoloniality, national identity, ideology, and filmmaking. Author John Mowitt establishes how Eurocentrism sustains both the concept of the foreign language film and the flawed initiative of multiculturalism. Using bilingualism and the concept of foreign film language, Re-takes pushes film studies beyond both linguistics and psychoanalysis to resituate is within the networks of global cultural communication. Through close readings of the bilingual films of Senegalese filmmaker Sembene Ousmane and Bolivian filmmaker Jorge Sanjines, Mowitt articulates the poetics and politics of postcoloniality in the global cinematic field, and challenges film studies to reflect on the relation between its organizing analytical distinctions - national and foreign, textual and institutional - and its position within globalization. Examining how elements involved in bilingual films have implications for the way academic intellectuals classify and misappropriate cultural forms, Re-takes is a provocative intervention into ongoing discussions of the changing nature of film and media studies.
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  • The Foreign Film Renaissance on American Screens, 1946-1973

  • The Foreign Film Renaissance on American Screens, 1946-1973
    Largely shut out of American theaters since the 1920s, foreign films such as "Open City," "Bicycle Thief," "Rashomon," "The Seventh Seal," "Breathless," "La Dolce Vita "and "L Avventura" played after World War II in a growing number of art houses aroun
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  • Shots in the Mirror: Crime Films And Society

  • Shots in the Mirror: Crime Films And Society
    Movies play a central role in shaping our understanding of crime and the world generally, helping us define what is good and bad, desirable and unworthy, lawful and illicit, strong and weak. Crime films raise controversial issues about the distribution of social power and the meanings of deviance, and they provide a safe space for fantasies of rebellion, punishment, and the restoration of order. In the first comprehensive study of its kind, well-known criminologist Nicole Rafter examines the relationship between society and crime films from the perspectives of criminal justice, film history and technique, and sociology. Shots in the Mirror begins with an overview of the history of crime films and the emergence of various genres, surveying important films from the silent era, the early gangster films of the '30s, classic film noir, the work of Hitchcock, and recent innovations by Scorsese, Tarrentino, and the Coen brothers. Keeping pace with the evolution of crime films, Shots in the Mirror has been updated to respond to recent developments, trends, and shifting circumstances in the genre. This new edition expands the scope and increases the depth and variety of the previous edition by including foreign films in addition to American movies. Rafter also integrates an entirely new body of literature into the study, reflecting the rapid expansion of scholarship on law-related films over the past three years. She has added a chapter on psycho movies, a previously unrecognized subc
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  • The Internationalist: A Foreign Comedy

  • The Internationalist: A Foreign Comedy
    Lost-in-translation business trips and global travel are put under the microscope in "The Internationalist," a play of wit, romance, misunderstandings and the mysteries of communication. Lowell goes abroad on business. He thinks he's in one of those great American films where you go to a foreign land and there's romance and adventure. However Lowell soon discovers that he's not in one of those movies, he's in one of those foreign films where nothing is as it seems, where there is no clear hero, and most importantly: no subtitles.
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  • Matt Damon: 4-Film Spotlight Series - The Adjustment Bureau / The Bourne Identity / The Good Shepherd / Green Zone (Anamorphic Widescreen)

  • Matt Damon: 4-Film Spotlight Series - The Adjustment Bureau / The Bourne Identity / The Good Shepherd / Green Zone (Anamorphic Widescreen)
    4 Memorable Characters, 1 Unforgettable Star! Enjoy 4 films from Matt Damon including: "The Adjustment Bureau": Matt Damon stars in the thriller "The Adjustment Bureau" as a man who glimpses the future Fate has planned for him and realizes he wants something else. To get it, he must pursue the only woman he's ever loved across, under and through the streets of modern-day New York. "The Bourne Identity": Found with two bullets in his back, Jason Bourne discovers he has the skills of a very dangerous man and no memory of his violent past. Racing to unlock the secret of his own identity, he discovers the deadly truth: he's an elite government agent, a 30 million dollar weapon the government no longer trusts. Now this top operative is the government's number one target. "The Good Shepherd": Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie and Robert De Niro star in this powerful thriller about the birth of the CIA. Edward Wilson (Damon) believes, and will sacrifice everything he loves to protect it. But as one of the covert founders of the CIA, Edward's youthful idealism is slowly eroded by his growing suspicion of the people around him. Everybody has secrets. but will Edward's destroy him? "Green Zone": Damon stars as Roy Miller, a rogue U.S. Army officer who must hunt through covert and faulty intelligence hidden on foreign soil before war escalates in an unstable region. Also starring Academy Award(R) nominees Greg Kinnear and Amy Ryan, "Green Zone" is "one hell of a thriller" (Roger Ebert, Chicago
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  • Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards 3252001 By Robert Hepler Celebrity (16 x 20)

  • Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards, 3/25/2001, By Robert Hepler was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captur
    Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards, 3/25/2001, By Robert Hepler was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 16.00 x 20.00 inches and the image size is 16.00 x 20.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: Ang Lee Holding Is Oscar For Best Foreign Film At Academy Awards, 3/25/2001, By Robert Hepler. Paper Size: 16.00 x 20.00 inches. Product Type: Photo Print.
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  • Films, Graphic Novels & Visuals: Developing Multiliteracies in Foreign Language Education - An Interdisciplinary Approach

  • Films, Graphic Novels & Visuals: Developing Multiliteracies in Foreign Language Education - An Interdisciplinary Approach
    This book brings together two main disciplines, namely cultural studies and language education - both of which share a long standing interest in films, multimodal text-forms, and visuals. It highlights the increasing impact of visuals and multimodal texts on our perception of the world, our discourse behavior, and how this calls for a change in methodologies and media to be used in foreign language classrooms. The book helps to orientate educators in schools and teachers at universities within the broad concept of a multiliteracies approach and to contextualize it with regard to teaching and learning English as a foreign language. (Series: Fremdsprachendidaktik in Globaler Perspektive - Vol. 2)
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  • The Films of the French Foreign Legion

  • The Films of the French Foreign Legion
    Arguably the most famous fighting organization of all time, the French Foreign Legion's fame is largely due to the motion pictures that used it as a subject. Well over one hundred films have been made since the first two-reelers in 1912. They have been pr
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  • World Affairs in Foreign Films: For Middle School

  • World Affairs in Foreign Films: For Middle School
    World Affairs in Foreign Films offers teachers and students of Middle School the opportunity to experience foreign cultures through the power of film. There are 12 chapters about 12 films from 12 countries, using a a multi-disciplinary format of analyzing
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  • Foreign Correspondent (1940) (Blu-ray) (Full Frame)

  • Foreign Correspondent (1940) (Blu-ray) (Full Frame)
    In 1940, Alfred Hitchcock made his official transition from the British film industry to Hollywood. And it was quite a year: his first two American movies, "Rebecca" and "Foreign Correspondent", were both nominated for the best picture Oscar(R). Though "Rebecca" prevailed, "Foreign Correspondent" is the more quintessential Hitch film. A full-throttle espionage thriller, starring Joel McCrea ("Sullivan's Travels") as a green Yank reporter sent to Europe to get the scoop on the imminent war, it's wall-to-wall witty repartee, head-spinning plot twists, and brilliantly mounted suspense set pieces, including an ocean plane crash climax with astonishing special effects. "Foreign Correspondent" deserves to be mentioned alongside "The 39 Steps" and "North by Northwest" as one of the master's greatest adventures. Presented In Black And White; New 2K Digital Restoration; New Piece On The Visual Effects In The Film With Effects Expert Craig Barron; "Hollywood Propaganda And World War II" - New Interview With Writer Mark Harris; Interview With Director Alfred Hitchcock From A 1972 Episode Of "The Dick Cavett Show"; Radio Adaptation Of The Film From 1946 Starring Joseph Cotten; "Have You Heard? The Story Of Wartime Rumors" - 1942 Life Magazine "Photo-Drama" By Hitchcock; Trailer; An Essay By Film Scholar James Naremore.
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