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Just what is independent cinema? D.K. Holm aims to define a term all too carelessly used both by media commentators and marketers, and distinguish it from categories such as avant-garde, underground, experimental or art films.
By contrasting studio-era Hollywood with changes in the business since the 1970s, and the rise of companies such as Miramax and New Line, it shows the birth of a commercial environment in which the new independent cinema can emerge.
The accompanying DVD includes Paul Cronin's Film as a Subversive Art: Amos Vogel and Cinema 16.
- Independent Cinema by D. K. Holm
- 158 pages
- DVD included
- Approx dimensions 14 x 19 cm