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Author: Melvyn Stokes,Richard Maltby
ISBN: 0851707394
Subcategory: Movies
Pages 209 pages
Publisher British Film Institute; 1999 edition (September 26, 1999)
Language English
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by Melvyn Stokes,Richard Maltby


The book demonstrates the range of demands that audiences make in the movies they watch, and the complex ways in which viewers negotiate their own self-images and the meanings of the texts they consume.

The book demonstrates the range of demands that audiences make in the movies they watch, and the complex ways in which viewers negotiate their own self-images and the meanings of the texts they consume.

Identifying Hollywood's Audiences book. Examines what Hollywood knew about its audiences between the 1920s and 1990s

Identifying Hollywood's Audiences book. Examines what Hollywood knew about its audiences between the 1920s and 1990s. This book looks at the methods the American motion picture industry has used to identify and understand its customers, and the ways in which that understanding has shaped the movies it produced.

Melvyn Stokes’ article is concerned with these classifications in terms of gender, and examines the importance of the female spectator in the 1920s and 1930s, and the effect of this on the development of the star system, fan cultures, and the eventual emergence of the women’s film as a distinct genre.

Richard Maltby is the Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Screen Studies and Executive Dean of the .

Richard Maltby is the Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Screen Studies and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law at Flinders University, South Australia.

Identifying Hollywood's audiences : cultural identity and the movies. Stokes,; 1952-, Maltby, Richard, (2001). Hollywood spectatorship : changing perceptions of cinema audiences. British Film Institute. BFI Pub. ISBN 9780851708119.

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By Melvyn Stokes and Richard Maltby (ed.  . I wholeheartedly welcome this book and the turn that it embodies. Here you meet actual audiences, as against figurative ‘spectators'. London, British Film Institute 2004. The book has a characteristically trenchant, if brief, introductory essay from Richard Maltby, who reminds us of the complexities of the historical relations between ‘Hollywood' and ‘American national culture'. Far from the studios' output constituting some readily accepted version that was comfortably exported to the rest of the world, cultural critics and politicians have repeatedly complained about the impact of these images of America abroad.

Melvyn Stokes, Richard Maltby. Hollywood Abroad is the first book to examine the reception of Hollywood movies by non-American audiences

Melvyn Stokes, Richard Maltby. Hollywood Abroad is the first book to examine the reception of Hollywood movies by non-American audiences. Although numerous books on film history have analyzed the ways in which American films came to dominate world markets, there has so far been very little published work on how audiences outside the United States have responded to Hollywood-produced films. Hollywood Abroad explores the reception of . films in Britain, France, Belgium, Turkey, Australia, India, Japan, and Central Africa.

In Identifying Hollywood’s audiences: Cultural identity and the movies, Melvyn Stokes, and Richard . Biltereyst, Daniel, Maltby, Richard and Meers, Philippe. eds) 2012 Cinema, audiences and modernity. London/New York: Routledge.

In Identifying Hollywood’s audiences: Cultural identity and the movies, Melvyn Stokes, and Richard Maltby (eds), 109–134. London: British Film Institute. Allen, Robert C. and Gomery, Douglas. eds) 2018 The Routledge Companion to New Cinema History.

Examines what Hollywood knew about its audiences between the 1920s and 1990s. This book looks at the methods the American motion picture industry has used to identify and understand its customers, and the ways in which that understanding has shaped the movies it produced.