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Ceulemans, Mieke; Fauconnier, Guido – 1979
A UNESCO-sponsored study was conducted to systematize, analyze, and evaluate the research about the interrelationships between mass media and the status of women on the basis of currently available international literature. The study sought to determine which aspects of women's media roles have been frequently researched, on which continents and…
Descriptors: Advertising, Broadcast Industry, Females, Feminism
Mabrey, Layton – 1961
The techniques of writing and directing an educational film are covered in this book. The book has been written with the intent that it will serve as a guideline for native Koreans interested in producing instructional films for their country. The author begins with a description of the various types of educational films and the uses to which they…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Developing Nations, Film Production, Instructional Films
Sheratsky, Rodney E. – 1969
The visual media, particularly film, has challenged today's educators by competing for students' time and interests and by providing a relevancy that books designed for school use do not have. Using film study to combat the supposed immorality of theatrical films and employing instructional film to transmit information has provided a negative…
Descriptors: Cultural Background, Cultural Enrichment, Curriculum Development, Film Study
American Foundation on Automation and Employment, Inc., New York, NY. – 1969
This 47-page evaluative guide to films on jobs, training, and the ghetto was prepared at the first International Job Film Fair. The Fair was held in New York City, May 21-22, 1969, and was sponsored by the American Foundation on Automation and Employment. Films were obtained through a variety of film, industrial, and educational media. The panel…
Descriptors: Employment, Films, Ghettos, Guides
Lubovisk, Git, Ed. – 1972
This catalog lists some 14,600 books, magazines, photos and other material related to the film industry that are available from Larry Edmunds Bookshop Inc., Hollywood, Calif. The 488-page catalog is divided into eight sections. The first and largest section is labelled "Literature of the Cinema" and lists books in categories from aesthetics and…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Catalogs, Film Libraries, Film Study
Linn Technical Coll., MO. – 1993
This viewer guide describes Changing Channels, which uses satellite teleconferences to provide distance learning for students and educators throughout Missouri and the United States. This series of live interactive programs features successful women in high tech nontraditional jobs. The series is composed of five kits, each with two tapes and an…
Descriptors: Career Awareness, Distance Education, Employed Women, Employment Opportunities
Gibbons, Luke – 1986
The purpose of this paper is to examine how recent demand for greater realism in portrayals of Irish life in the television and film industries serves to authenticate existing stereotypes and romantic images which characterize "Irishness" in the popular imagination rather than refute or undermine them. Discussions of a political thriller…
Descriptors: Audiences, Broadcast Industry, Content Analysis, Cultural Images
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Ducharme, Edward R. – The English Record, 1968
Several people have tried, unsuccessfully, to learn the facts about J. D. Salinger's life. The little information available from secondary sources about Salinger indicates that "The Catcher in the Rye" has autobiographical elements. Salinger's life parallels Holden's fictional adventures in that Salinger (1) was born and reared through…
Descriptors: Authors, Autobiographies, Characterization, English Instruction
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Block, Eleanor S. – Reference Services Review, 1989
Surveys motion picture reference materials published since 1982. Materials are presented in the following categories: encyclopedic works about films, filmmakers and the industry; film criticism; people on the screen and behind it; horror, science fiction and Westerns; literature on film; catalogs and filmographies; and special collections. (70…
Descriptors: Catalogs, Encyclopedias, Film Criticism, Film Industry
Environment Information Center, New York, NY. – 1972
Critical reviews of more than 600 environmental films selected from a field of several thousand are contained in this reference guide. Designed to provide a comprehensive selection of films covering all aspects of environmental affairs, from air pollution to wildlife, the guide is primarily user-oriented. It consists of two parts: a Review…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Audiovisual Aids, Content Analysis, Ecology
Breen, Myles P. – 1980
Although Australia had a vigorous film industry in the silent film era, it was stifled in the 1930s when United States and British interests bought up the Australian distribution channels and closed down the indigenous industry. However, the industry and film study have undergone a renaissance since the advent of the Labor government in 1972,…
Descriptors: Film Industry, Film Study, Films, Foreign Countries
Beattie, Eleanor – 1977
The core of this book consists of 131 short entries on individual Canadian filmmakers, arranged in alphabetical order, with filmographies and suggestions for further reading. The majority of the filmmakers who are described are directors; other members of the film community--producers, sound engineers, camera operators, and so on--are discussed in…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Film Industry, Film Production, Film Production Specialists
Klotman, Phyllis R.; Gibson, Gloria J. – 1997
A reference guide on African American film professionals, this book is a companion volume to the earlier "Frame by Frame I." It focuses on giving credit to African Americans who have contributed their talents to a film industry that has scarcely recognized their contributions, building on the aforementioned "Frame by Frame I,"…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Black Culture, Black Studies, Blacks
Knox, Donald – 1973
This book covers the aesthetic and production aspects of the 1951 musical film, "An American in Paris," through interviews with many of the production specialists who helped make this motion picture. The film represents the genre of the color Hollywood musical. It was the winner of six Academy Awards, featured a major star and a developing star,…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Dance, Film Industry, Film Production
Rosen, Marjorie – 1973
The history of the film industry is in many ways a reflection of the thwarted emergence in society of feminism and full equal civil rights for women. Commercial films have traditionally relied upon the charm and sexual allure of actresses to assure economic success at the box office. Victorian mores heavily influenced the way women were treated in…
Descriptors: Acting, Audiovisual Communications, Females, Feminism
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