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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/31/10 Corie Fisher Authorship and Hollywood
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 5/31/10 Introduction Hollywood is the best-known national cinema Authorship is the best-known ‘theory’ of cinema
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 5/31/10 Introduction A formal discussion of debate on authorship has  emerged across a variety of cinematic institutions: Film Production and Circulation Film Reviewing Criticism and Analysis Film Education Film History and Theory Generally, the director is considered to be central in  the significance of individual creativity within the  cinema
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 5/31/10 Textual Analysis Emphasis on textual analysis can be associated with  four modes of Authorship: Forerunners of auteurism Auteurism Auteur-structuralism The  author or instance of politics and/or pleasure
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 5/31/10 Mode 1: proto-auteurism Emerges sporadically in European film and criticism  from the 1920s onward Mostly restricted to directors who had lots of creative  freedom. Pulled from the discourse of other artistic practices
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 5/31/10 Mode 2: auteurism Auteurism was fueled by the newly available  Hollywood movies after the fall of the Vichy  government and the popularity of cin é -club  movement Cahiers du Cin é ma was an influential French film  magazine founded in 1951. 
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