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List Price : US$ 25. 0 Our Price : US$ 20. 2. You Save 20% + FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE Set. PRODUCT DETAILS. A Pioneering work, besides a befitting introduction and conclusion, covers details on the history of Indian Cinema and its typology, pythological dimensions of films, Government's policies and involment, audience's view point, socio-cultural realities that the films riflect, new wave and regional films, impact on Indian films on Indian society.
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The book is of immense value for all those having casual or serious interest in the Study of cinema. It is of utmost importance for the social scientists in general and for anthropologists, sociologists, media people, cinema people in particular. Cyclopaedia of Indian Cinema is methodogically based on primary and secondary sources, The Author focusses his findings on many of the unexplored dimensions of Indian Cinema at one Hand and cine-observer& Views on the other. Title: Cyclopaedia of Indian Cinema, 2 Vols Publisher: Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd. Publication Date: 2004 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New.
No collection on Indian film can afford to be without this book; highly recommended for academic and larger public libraries. Ravi Shenoy, Hinsdale . No collection on Indian film can afford to be without this book; highly recommended for academic and larger public libraries. "Library Journal "Libraries with any interest in international film will want this helpful compendium.
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Encyclopaedia Londinensis 24 volumes,1810–1828, including 3 volumes of plates, e. Rees's Cyclopædia seems to be in limbo in modern published studies of reference books.
Encyclopaedia Londinensis 24 volumes,1810–1828, including 3 volumes of plates, ed. John Wilkes.
Transnational circulation of Indian cinema has received considerable academic and media attention over .
Transnational circulation of Indian cinema has received considerable academic and media attention over the last decade, mostly focused on the 1950s and after. Historical studies of the global influence of Bombay cinema are, however, still at a nascent stage: to date little material evidence has emerged of the range and extent of this spread in earlier decades. This article examines studio documents found in the offices of Aurora Film Corporation, India’s only surviving film studio from the silent era, to explore transnational flows of Indian cinema from the 1930s.