Cambridge Studies in Film is a series of scholarly studies of high intellectual standard on the history and criticism of film. Each book examines a different aspect of film as a social and cultural phenomenon, setting standards and directions for the evaluation and definition of film scholarship. Designed for both film enthusiasts and academic readers, the series is international in scope of subject matter and eclectic in terms of approach and perspective. Cambridge Studies in Film provides a foundation in the theory and philosophy of the emerging visual media that continues to shape our world.
General Editors: William Rothman, University of Miami; Dudley Andrew, University of Iowa