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Documentary: A History of the Non-Fiction Film
Title:Documentary: A History of the Non-Fiction Film
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No description available, One of the most respected and honored historians of the media Erik Barnouw has been called a major national resource by i The Nation i Norman Corwin dubbed him America s Gibbon He is the writer says critic John Leonard from whom the rest of us steal instead of doing our research Media history is his subject and as this memoir makes so delightfully clear it has also been Erik Barnouw s life Barnouw s story told with wit and charm in i Media Marathon i is the story of American culture adjusting to the twentieth century of new media repeatedly displacing the old in a century long competitive upheaval br Born in Holland in and an immigrant to the United States at the age of eleven Barnouw spent his early working years in an astounding array of occupations actor and stage manager lyricist translator director producer teacher and union official This varied background described here in rich detail informs his writings about the world in which he moved specifically regarding the shifting channels of twentieth century mass communication Telling his story through a series of personal profiles of the famous the infamous and the little known but powerfully influential Barnouw recounts the events that took him from the vaudeville stage to the Library of Congress where he became the first chief of its newly formed Motion Picture Broadcasting and Recording Sound Division Thornton Wilder Pearl S Buck Joshua Logan Dwight Eisenhower Lynn Fontanne Tallulah Bankhead and Akira Iwasaki these are among the featured characters in the drama of American media rendered here in striking close ups br From The Hague to retirement in Vermont with stops in India Japan and Russia Barnouw s remarkable story gives readers the chance to relive crucial chapters of modern media history and to relive them with one of that history s masters as an incomparable guide A book for those interested in the mass media its evolution and role in society i Media Marathon i will appeal to students scholars and general readers alike, Now brought completely up to date the new edition of this classic work on documentary films and filmmaking surveys the history of the genre from to the present day With the myriad social upheavals over the past decade documentaries have enjoyed an international renaissance here Barnouw considers the medium in the light of an entirely new political and social climate He examines as well the latest filmmaking technology and the effects that video cassettes and cable television are having on the production of documentaries And like the previous editions em Documentary em is filled with photographs many of them rare collected during the author s travels around the world Covering the full course of the documentary from Louis Lumiere s first effort to recent landmark productions such as em Shoah em this book makes the growing importance of a unique blend of art and reality accessible and understandable to all film lovers br, During the iQSo s in a frontier atmosphere of enterprise and sharp struggle an American television system took shape But even as it did so itspioneers pushed beyond American borders and became programmers to scores of other nations In its first decade United States television was already a world phenomenon Since American radio had for some time had international ramifications American images and sounds were radiatingfrom transmitter towers throughout the globe They were called entertainment or news or education but were always more They were a reflection of a growing United States involvement in the lives of other nationsan involvement of imperial scope The role of broadcasters in this American expansion and in the era that produced it is the subject matter of The Image Empire the last of three volumes comprising this study