Movie Acting, the Film Reader
Pamela Robertson Wojcik
Psychology Press, 2004 - 240 páginas
Movie Acting: The Film Reader explores one of the most central but often overlooked aspects of cinema: film acting.
Combining classic and recent essays, it examines key issues such as:
In addition to theoretical essays, contributors provide detailed analyses of specific actors such as Lillian Gish, Marlon Brando and Sidney Poitier. Styles of acting discussed include silent film pantomime, 1930s comedic acting, the Method and acting in avant-garde films. Articles are grouped into thematic sections, each with an introduction by the editor.
Any student of film studies and acting will find this an essential part of their research and reading.
ONTOLOGY OF THE FILM ACTOR
THE CREATION OF THE FILM ACTOR
Roberta Pearson The Histrionic and Verisimilar Codes in the Biograph Films
Ben Brewster and Lea Jacobs Pictorial Styles and Film Acting
Acting in the Hollywood Studio Era
STYLE AND TECHNIQUE
Method Acting in Hollywood
Andrew Higson Film Acting and Independent Cinema
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