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Colour (Hardcover)

Author:  Steven Peacock
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0719076420
ISBN-13: 9780719076428
Sku: 217204345
Publish Date: 12/21/2010
Pages:  127
 
Color remains one of the few uncharted territories in writing about film style. "Colour "is the first monograph to deal with the close criticism of film colour across decades and countries. Through detailed explorations of films such as "Three Colours: White and The Green Ray," this study offers a way of approaching, interpreting, and appreciating cinematic color. The book also considers film''s ability to place color in a shifting relationship with all other points of style including camerawork, editing, performance, music, and lighting. Accessible and inventive in its approach, "Colour" invites the reader to see films differently, providing a fresh perspective of this overlooked element of cinema aesthetics.
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Color remains one of the few uncharted territories in writing about film style. Colour is the first monograph to deal with the close criticism of film colour across decades and countries. Through detailed explorations of films such as Three Colours: White and The Green Ray, this study offers a way of approaching, interpreting, and appreciating cinematic color. The book also considers film’s ability to place color in a shifting relationship with all other points of style including camerawork, editing, performance, music, and lighting. Accessible and inventive in its approach, Colour invites the reader to see films differently, providing a fresh perspective of this overlooked element of cinema aesthetics.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0127
Product attributePublisher:   Manchester University Press
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