By Geraint D'Arcy Routledge 224 pages Paperback: 9781138636507 pub: 2018-10-01
Table of ContentsAcknowledgements 00_Introduction: Histories and Contexts 01_ Critical Underpinnings 02_Film, Realism and the Nineteenth-Century Crisis in Representation. 03_Television, History, Realism. 04_Architecture and Film. 05_Narrative and Film Design. 06_Reading Television Design Through Genre and Narrative. 07_Dramatic Function in Spatial Design. 08_Conclusion. INDEX
Reviews‘A comprehensive and enlightening work that brings the importance of studying set design to the fore of film, television and media studies scholarship once and for all.’ – Ben Lamb, Senior Lecturer in Media, Teesside University ‘A thorough and interesting book spanning hundreds of years of screen content, its set design, and its development and criticism. This is a valuable resource for students, theorists and academics alike.’ – Kerry Bradley, Course Leader, BA Production Arts for Screen, Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts, London ‘This is an excellent text for anyone studying production design and also for those studying film in general. D’Arcy clearly maps out the theoretical terrain and key discussions within it, calling for a deeper understanding of production design and the ways in which it contributes to the film text.’ – Jane Barnwell, Senior Lecturer in Moving Image, University of Westminster
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