define themselves and are judged, Hollywood is thought to determine the shape of all national and local cinemas. But is Hollywood really such a homogenous and homogenising monolith?Jane Mills challenges the widespread notion of a Hollywood bounded and fixed at the centre of a stable cultural landscape, to propose a new way of understanding inter-cinematic relationships. Placing her close readings of films within the framework of globalising processes she shows the cultural flows between cinemas are more fluid and their borders are more porous than commonly assumed.
|Place of Publication||Crows Nest|
|Publisher||Allen & Unwin|
|Number of pages||250|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|