We found 7 results for “


Showing 1 - 7 of 7 Results
Hardcover

$31.95

Ships within 1-3 weeks

Not available in stores

ESPN: The Uncensored History is the first book to provide a critical analysis of the 20-year history of Americas original and largest sports network. Through information gleaned from internal documents, police and court records, and interviews with network…

Paperback

$31.87 online

$32.50

In stock online

Not available in stores

In this first volume of a projected three-volume series, Browner covers the 79 episodes of "The Andy Griffith Show" that were written by Harvey Bullock, Everett Greenbaum, Bill Idelson, and their partners. Photos.

In stock online

Not available in stores

Graham McKinley found several groups who watched the program and questioned them about the program's significance. Her conclusions, examined in the light of cultural studies and contemporary theory, are always interesting and sometimes startling - for instance,…

Out of stock online

Not available in stores

?There can be no political sovereignty without culture sovereignty.? So argued the CBC in 1985 in its evidence to the Caplan/Sauvageau Task Force on Broadcasting Policy. Richard Collins challenges this assumption. He argues in this study of nationalism and…

Ships within 1-2 weeks

Not available in stores

Abbas Kiraostami planted Iran firmly on the map of world cinema when he won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival in 1997 for his film A Taste of Cherry . In this book Hamid Dabashi examines the growing reputation of Iranian cinema from its origines in…

Ships within 1-2 weeks

Not available in stores

Dai Jinhua is one of contemporary China’s most influential theoreticians and cultural critics. A feminist Marxist, her literary, film and TV commentary has, over the last decade, addressed an expanding audience in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Cinema and…

Ships within 1-3 weeks

Not available in stores

A decade after the first Canadian telecasts in September 1952, TV had conquered the country. Why was the little screen so enthusiastically welcomed by Canadians? Was television in its early years more innovative, less commerical, and more Canadian than current…