Journal of Film and Video

Journal of Film and Video is a magazine focusing on Film and Video

Articles from Vol. 50, No. 3, Fall

Checks and Imbalances: Political Economy and the Rise and Fall of East Side/West Side
American television criticism has tended to downplay the significance of the 1960s, essentializing it as a continuation of the 1950s both in programming and industrial practices. With the network-Hollywood alliance solidified and the telefilm established...
Sound for Film: Audio Education for Filmmakers
Education in sound for film students who do not intend to specialize in audio engineering is a neglected subject at the university level. Developing such courses appeals to the interests of neither audio professionals,' who tend to dismiss the importance...
Television Music: Automaticity and the Case of Mike Post
This article utilizes a case study approach to examine the process of scoring a television production. The hope is that this analysis will not only increase readers' understanding and appreciation of this important phase of production but also contribute...
The First Wife: An Adaptation of Colette's 'The Other Wife'
Heil has chosen to adapt difficult material-a story that involves subtle character changes and mainly internal/unstated conflicts and revelations. Further, on the surface, the actiondiscussions about where to sit and what to eat-is not terribly cinematic;...
The Other Living-Room War: Prime Time Combat Series, 1962-1975
A writer sardonically observed that Vietnam was the price paid for America's love affair with World War II. After V-J Day, the Munich analogy and the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor became ideologically potent symbols for the twin dangers of appeasement...

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