Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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CONTENTS

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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The authors wish to thank Leslie Mitchner, of Rutgers University Press, for commissioning this project; our colleagues at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, . . .

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CHAPTER ONE: The Digital Century

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pp. 3-39

There can be no doubt that the digitization of the moving image has radically and irrevocably altered the phenomenon that we call the cinema and that . . .

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CHAPTER TWO: Constructing an Audience

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pp. 40-86

In the 21st century, filmgoers use the movies as a means of escape. Films that challenge the viewer or are hard to decode are often unsuccessful. . . .

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CHAPTER THREE: The Globalization of the Moving Image

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pp. 87-123

While Holly wood, with its vast technical resources and its perceived dominance of commercial cinema continues on a global scale, the massive effort . . .

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CHAPTER FOUR: The New Auteurs

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pp. 124-166

The concept of the director as primary creator of a fi lm or video has changed in the 21st century. While some cling to the old idea of one person directing . . .

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CHAPTER FIVE: The Moving Image Is Everywhere

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pp. 167-189

While the traditional platforms of movie distribution and reception may be vanishing and transforming, audiences are rapidly adjusting to viewing . . .

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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pp. 191-208

INDEX

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pp. 209-219