Here's Looking at You: Hollywood, Film & Politics (10th Revised edition)
By: Ernest Giglio (author)Paperback
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Now in its third edition, Here's Looking at You: Hollywood, Film and Politics examines the tangled relationship between politics and Hollywood, which manifests itself in celebrity involvement in political campaigns and elections, and in the overt and covert political messages conveyed by Hollywood films. The book's findings contradict the film industry's assertion that it is simply in the entertainment business, and examines how, while the majority of Hollywood films are strictly commercial ventures, hundreds of movies - ranging from Birth of a Nation to Capitalism - do indeed contain political messages. This new edition has been updated with new photos and cartoons, and includes two new chapters, one on Afghan-Iraqi war films and the other on the treatment of race and gender in Hollywood films, that are sure to stimulate discussion. Here's Looking at You serves as a basic text for political film courses and as a supplement in American government and film studies courses, and will also appeal to film buffs and people in the film industry.
The Author: Ernest Giglio is Professor Emeritus of Politics & American Studies and a Fulbright Scholar. He received his PhD from Syracuse University and during his career has taught overseas in Egypt, Finland, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom as well as in several institutions in the United States. He has edited four books, authored two, and written book chapters and articles in domestic and foreign journals. He has appeared on PBS, NPR, and the BBC.
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10th Revised edition
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