Книга: Richard Taylor «Film Propaganda: Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany»

Film Propaganda: Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany

Lenin, Stalin, Trotsky, Hitler and Goebbels all regarded cinema as their most important weapon for mass political propaganda. This new, revised and expanded edition of 'Film Propaganda' examines the ways in which cinema was used for political purposes by two of the most highly politicised societies in twentieth-century European history. 'Film Propaganda' is still to date the only book in English to compare these two cinemas and examine both in depth. Richard Taylor demonstrates how cinema was brought under political control in each country and goes on to explore the themes and stereotypes projected by the feature films that were produced. In so doing, he highlights the means used by the authorities to condition and control the filmgoer as individual spectator and as member of a mass audience.

Издательство: "I. B. Tauris" (2014)

Формат: 155x235, 288 стр.

ISBN: 978-1-86064-167-1

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Richard Taylor

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