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. Perhaps to counterbalance this, Snow goes on to interview people at a ‘London street market’ near Westminster, with their accounts of sleeping on the pavement near the Abbey in 1953, to be there in good time for the coronation procession. However, after two accounts from elderly women, a Northern Irish man adds that ‘I’m afraid it was all a big disappointment to me, cos I didn’t really know what was

in The British monarchy on screen
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production already and now, with limited resources available, championed its distribution. Alas, it could not prevent the picture being dropped after a brief appearance in cinemas in March 1986; however, by now the fledgling video market had taken shape in the USA, with films subject to rental and sell-​through options that could give renewed life to neglected product. So it was that during 1986, Salvador’s appearance in these developing video charts suddenly propelled the film and its director into the spotlight of a wider audience, including influential critics such as

in The cinema of Oliver Stone
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1980 to 2010 (Allern et al. 2012; see also Thompson 2008:106–18 for a discussion of the general increase in the West). Scholarly descriptions of the reasons for the increase in frequency are part of a picture of the industry with which we are nowadays quite familiar, where an increased number of actors and intensified competition – as well as convergence – among different media in an increasingly digitalised and competitive media market lead to a type of journalism that to an ever greater extent rests on a commercial rather than an ideological basis, sales figures

in Exposed
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liminal concepts, and thus this book is organised around five key and interrelated themes for his work: war, politics, money, love and corporations. Each theme foregrounds a subset of Stone’s filmography, as well as drawing on distinct aspects of his personal and professional development, including production practices and industry relations. Each theme also highlights particular questions and perspectives in film theory and textual analysis, and draws out equally pertinent aspects to do with the operation of Hollywood and the broader entertainment industry. The

in The cinema of Oliver Stone