Why is Hollywood so successful? This book aims to address the vacuum left by textual analysis by turning to political economy, cultural studies and cultural policy analysis to highlight the material actors underlying this artistic success. These factors, argue the authors, include "hidden" subsidies, copyright limitations, relocation of cultural production, marjketing, distribution and exhibition. The book challenges the simplicities of the cultural imperialist model and Hollywood's free market rhetoric to re-theorize the continued and expanding success of the Hollywood cinema industry.Über den Autor:
Toby Miller is Professor in the Cinema Studies Department of New York University and the author of Technologies of Truth (1998) and The Avengers (1997). Richard Maxwell is Associate Professor of Media Studies at Queens College, City University of New York and editor of the forthcoming Culture Works: The Political Economy of Culture. Nitin Govil is completing a Ph D in the Department of Cinema Studies, New York University. John McMurria is completing a Ph.D at New York University.
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