The British Avant-garde Film: 1926-95 - An Anthology of Writings

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The book draws together writings by film-makers, theorists, critics and curators who over the past 70 years have been engaged with film not only as a form of art practice, but also as a subservice means of representing British society itself, and as a perThis is a collection of essays to celebrate British avant-garde cinema's rich history, which reaches back to the 1920s, and is as vibrant and alive today as it ever was. The book draws together writings by film-makers, theorists, critics and curators who over the past 70 years have been engaged with film not only as a form of art practice, but also as a subservice means of representing British society itself, and as a personal expression of issues of memory, sexuality and enthnicity. The book includes essays from a wide range of writers: Virginia Woolf, Lindsay Anderson, Peter Gidal, Laura Mulvey, Peter Wollen and Malcolm Le Grice.

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