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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dina Iordanova; Ragan Rhyne; St. Andrews Film Studies.
|Description:||vi, 225 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The festival circuit. Film festival circuits and stakeholders / Ragan Rhyne ; The film festival circuit / Dina Iordanova ; Film festivals-time-event / Janet Harbord --
Festival case studies. Festivals as field-configuring events : the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market / Charles-Clemens Rüling ; From urban Bohemia to Euro glamour : the establishment and early years of the New York Film Festival / Rahul Hamid ; Toronto women & Film International 1973 / Kay Armatage ; Corporatising a film festival : Hong Kong / Ruby Cheung ; Rethinking festival film : urban generation Chinese cinema on the film festival circuit / Ma Ran --
Film and/as culture : the use of cultural discourses at two African film festivals / J. David Slocum --
Dispatches from the festival world. Widescreen on film festivals / Mark Cousins ; Coming to a server near you : the film festival in the age of digital reproduction / Nick Roddick, a.k.a. Sight & Sound's Mr. Busy ; Programming Balkan films at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival / Dimitris Kerkinow --
The field of festival studies. Film festival studies : an overview of a burgeoning field / Marijke de Valck and Skadi Loist ; The festival syndrome : report on the International Film Festival Workshop, University of St. Andrews, 4 April 2009 / William Brown.
|Series Title:||Film festival yearbook, 1.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Dina Iordanova, with Ragan Rhyne.|
The first in an annual series, the Film Festival Yearbook features articles related to the global proliferation of film festivals. This issue is focused on the dynamics of the film festival circuit, including the roles of individual festivals as nodes on this complex network and the cultural policies that shape its channels of film exhibition and distribution. This inaugural volume includes essays by Dina Iordanova, Ragan Rhyne, Janet Harbord, Charles-Clemens Rüling, Rahul Hamid, Kay Armatage, Ruby Cheung, Ma Ran, J. David Slocum, Mark Cousins, Nick Roddick, Dimitris Kerkinos, Marijke de Valck & Skadi Loist, and William Brown--Publisher website.
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