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AuthorEde, Laurie N
TitleBritish film design : a history / Laurie N. Ede
ImprintLondon : I. B. Tauris, [2010]
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PN1995.9.A74 E34 2010Available
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Bibliog.Includes bibliographical references and index
OCLC #461592785Find in WorldCat
Phys. Descriptionxii, 248 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
SERIESCinema and society series
Cinema and society
ISBN9781848851078 (hbk.)
1848851073 (hbk.)
1848851081 (pbk.)
9781848851085 (pbk.)
SubjectsMotion pictures -- Art direction -- Great Britain -- History
Motion pictures -- Setting and scenery -- Great Britain -- History
"British Film Design" is about the things that you see when you close your eyes and think of British cinema: "Dr. No's Hideaway", the buffet of "Brief Encounter", Vera Drake's parlour, "Hogwarts School"...and a thousand other visions of British films. This book is also about the people who have created those visions. The physical environments of films are made by Production Designers/Art(More)
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Laurie N. Ede
Laurie N. Ede is a Principal Lecturer in Film, Media and Applied Writing at the University of Portsmouth.
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