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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark Cousins; John Archer; Claire Denis; British Film Institute,; FilmFour (Firm),; Hopscotch Productions,; Music Box Films,
|Notes:||Issued in slipcase, with quadfold disc container and booklet in front pocket.
Originally broadcast as a television program in 2011.
|Credits:||Editor, Timo Langer.|
|Performer(s):||Contributions from: Bernardo Bertolucci, Charles Burnett, Jane Campion, Claudia Cardinale, Youssef Chahine, Terence Davies, Claire Denis, Stanley Donen, Kyoko Kagawa, Abbas Kiarostami, Baz Luhrmann, Paul Schrader, Alexander Sokurov, Robert Towne, Gus Van Sant, Sharmila Tagore, Lars von Trier, Wim Wenders, Haskell Wexler, Yuen Woo-Ping.
Narrator, Mark Cousins.
|Description:||5 videodiscs (915 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in + 1 guide (43 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18 cm)|
|Details:||DVD, NTSC, Widescreeen (16:9), stereo.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. 1895-1918. The world discovers a new art form --
1918-1928. The triumph of American film and the first of its rebels --
1918-1932. The Great Rebel filmmakers around the world --
Disc 2. The 1930s. The great American movie genres and the brilliance of European film --
1939-1952. The devastation of war and a new movie language --
1953-1957. The swollen story : world cinema bursting at the seams --
Disc 3. 1957-1964. The shock of the new, modern filmmaking in Western Europe --
1965-1969. New waves sweep around the world --
1967-1979. New American cinema --
Disc 4. 1969-1979. Radical directors in the 70s make state of the nation movies --
The 1970s and onward. Innovation in popular culture and around the world --
The 1980s. Moviemaking and protest around the world --
Disc 5. 1990-1998. The last days of celluloid, before the coming of digital --
The 1990s. The first days of digital : reality losing its realness in America and Australia --
2000 onwards. Film moves full circle and the future of movies.
|Responsibility:||The British Film Institute, Film4 and Hopscotch Films present ; a Hopscotch Films production ; written, photographed, and directed by Mark Cousins ; producer, John Archer.|