Transformation and Tradition in 1960s British Cinema
Farmer, Richard; Mayne, Laura; Petrie, Duncan; Williams, Melanie
Dr Laura Mayne L.Mayne@hull.ac.uk
An in-depth reassessment of the nature and significance of British cinema and the British film industry during the 1960s.
Over half a century on, the 1960s continue to generate strong intellectual and emotional responses – both positive and negative – and this is no less true in the arena of film. Making substantial use of new and underexplored archive resources that provide a wealth of information and insight on the period in question, this book offers a fresh perspective on the major resurgence of creativity and international appeal experienced by British cinema in that dramatic decade.
Transformation and Tradition in 1960s British Cinema is the first scholarly volume on this period of British cinema for more than twenty-five years. It provides a major reconsideration of the period by focusing on the central tensions and contradiction between novelty/revolution and continuity/tradition during what remains a highly contentious period of cultural production and consumption.
Farmer, R., Mayne, L., Petrie, D., & Williams, M. (2019). Transformation and Tradition in 1960s British Cinema. Edinburgh University Press
|Book Type||Authored Book|
|Acceptance Date||Feb 6, 2018|
|Deposit Date||Nov 27, 2019|
|Publisher||Edinburgh University Press|
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