In Contemporary Society, Cinema Has Become A Primary Way In Which People Gain Knowledge About Events Taking Place In The World Films Often Go Beyond News Reports By Showing In Depth, Behind The Scenes Footage, Whether In A Documentary Or Recreated In Fictional Features More Than Fleeting Scenes Of Events Shown On The Nightly News, A Film Can Influence People S Feelings About War And What Our Political Leaders Should Do About It This Has Certainly Been The Case Since The Attack On 9 11 And The Subsequent Incursions Into Iraq And Afghanistan In Post 9 11 Cinema Through A Lens Darkly, John Markert Takes A Close Look At The Films Depicting These Events Covering Cinematic Portrayals Of 9 11 And The Attacks That Followed, This Book Examines Both Dramas And Documentaries That Depict What Some Have Termed Bush S War, As Well As Rebuttal Films, Films About Terrorist Activities, And Films Seen From The Vantage Point Of Journalists And Military Personnel Post 9 11 Cinema Not Only Shows How Motion Pictures Reflect Societal Values But Also How Such Works Can Influence Social Attitudes And Thus Promote Change In Addition, Markert Appraises The Film Industry And Critiques How Images Are Manipulated To Sway The Viewer To Appreciate The Side Being Advocated Examining Such Dramas As The Messenger, Stop Loss, The Lucky Ones, In The Valley Of Elah, And The Hurt Locker, As Well As Documentaries Including Fahrenheit 9 11, Soldiers Of Conscience, And Taxi To The Dark Side, Post 9 11 Cinema Is A Valuable Read For Professors Of Media And Mass Communication, Popular Culture, And Film Studies, As Well As Cultural Sociologists.
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- 392 pages
- Post-9/11 Cinema
- John Markert
- 02 April 2018 John Markert