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The Film Theory Reader: Debates and Arguments, Marc Furstenau, (2010) London: Routledge, 304 pp., ISBN: 415-49322-6 (pbk), $49.95, ISBN: 415-49317-X (hbk), $136.00

Reeling: Do the Movies Have a Future?, David Denby, (2012)New York: Simon & Schuster, 347 pp., ISBN 9781416599470 (hbk), $27.00

Cinema’s Alchemist: The Films of Péter Forgács, Bill Nichols and Michael Renov (eds), (2011) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, xxi + 271 pp., ISBN 9780816648757 (pbk), $27.50

New Zealand Film & Television: Institution, Industry and Cultural Change, Trisha Dunleavy and Hester Joyce, (2011) Bristol and Chicago: Intellect, 250 pp., ISBN 4781841504575 (pbk), £29.95/$50.00

New Zealand Cinema: Interpreting the Past, Alistair Fox, Barry Keith Grant and Hilary Radner (eds), (2011) Bristol, UK and Chicago: Intellect, 350 pp., ISBN 9781841504254 (pbk), £19.95/$40.00

Producing Bollywood: Inside the Contemporary Hindi Film Industry, Tejaswini Ganti (2012) Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 424 pp., ISBN 9780823352136 (pbk), $27.95

The Apu Trilogy: Satyajit Ray and the Making of an Epic, Andrew Robinson, (2011) London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 212 pp., ISBN 9781848855158 (pbk), £12.99

A Social History of Iranian Cinema: Volume 3, The Islamicate Period, 1978–1984, Hamid Naficy, (2012) Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 288 pp., ISBN 9780822348771 (pbk), $24.95, ISBN 9780822348658 (hbk), $89.95

Document Type: Book Review

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/fiin.11.2.72_5

Publication date: March 1, 2013

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