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The Cambridge Film Classics series provides a forum for studies of the classic works of cinema from the perspective of the 'new-auteurism', which recognises that films emerge from a complex interaction of bureaucratic, technological, intellectual, cultural and personal forces. The series consists of concise, cutting-edge reassessments of the canonical works of film study, written by innovative scholars and critics. Each book provides a general introduction to the life and work of a particular director, followed by critical essays on several of the director's most important films.

  • Edited by: Ray Carney, Boston University