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Routledge invites you to take a look at some of our recent and key titles in film and television:

Connected Viewing: Selling, Streaming, & Sharing Media in the Digital Era<http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415813600/?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_connectedviewing&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv> (Jennifer Holt, Kevin Sanson)
As patterns of media use become more integrated with mobile technologies and multiple screens, a new mode of viewer engagement has emerged in the form of connected viewing, which allows for an array of new relationships between audiences and media texts in the digital space. This exciting new collection brings together twelve original essays that critically engage with the socially-networked, multi-platform, and cloud-based world of today, examining the connected viewing phenomenon across television, film, video games, and social media.

German Cinema - Terror and Trauma: Cultural Memory Since 1945<http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415709279/?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_germancinema&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv> (Thomas Elsaesser)
In German Cinema - Terror and Trauma Since 1945, Thomas Elsaesser reevaluates the meaning of the Holocaust for postwar German films and culture, while offering a reconsideration of trauma theory today. Elsaesser argues that Germany's attempts at "mastering the past" can be seen as both a failure and an achievement, making it appropriate to speak of an ongoing 'guilt management' that includes not only Germany, but Europe as a whole. In a series of case studies, which consider the work of Konrad Wolf, Alexander Kluge, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Herbert Achterbusch and Harun Farocki, as well as films made in the new century, Elsaesser tracks the different ways the Holocaust is present in German cinema from the 1950s onwards, even when it is absent, or referenced in oblique and hyperbolic ways.

The Global Film Book<http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415688970/?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_globalfilm&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv> (Roy Stafford)
The Global Film Book is an accessible and entertaining exploration of the development of film as global industry and art form, written especially for students and introducing readers to the rich and varied cinematic landscape beyond Hollywood. Highlighting areas of difference and similarity in film economies and audiences, as well as form, genre and narrative, this textbook considers a broad range of examples and up to date industry data from Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia and Latin America.

Science Fiction TV<http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415825825/?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_scifitv&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv> (J.P. Telotte)
J. P. Telotte discusses science fiction's cultural progressiveness and the breadth of its technological and narrative possibilities, exploring SFTV from its roots in the pulp magazines and radio serials of the 1930s all the way up to the present. From formative series like Captain Video to contemporary, cutting-edge shows like Firefly and long-lived popular revivals such as Doctor Who and Star Trek, Telotte insightfully tracks the history and growth of this crucial genre, along with its dedicated fandom and special venues, such as the Syfy Channel.

The Biopic in Contemporary Film Culture<http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415899413/?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_biopic&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv> (Tom Brown, BelÚn Vidal, eds.)
The biographical film or biopic is a staple of film production in all major film industries and yet, within film studies, its generic, aesthetic, and cultural significance has remained underexplored. The Biopic in Contemporary Film Culture fills this gap, conceptualizing the biopic with a particular eye toward the "life" of the genre internationally. New theoretical approaches combine with specially commissioned chapters on contemporary biographical film production in India, Italy, South Korea, France, Russia, Great Britain, and the US, in order to present a selective but well-rounded portrait of the biopic's place in film culture. **All books in the AFI Film Readers series<http://www.routledge.com/books/series/AFIFILMREADERS/?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_AFI&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv> are now available for custom publishing through Routledge and University Readers<http://routledge.customgateway.com/routledge-afi-film-readers.html?utm_campaign=sbu5_eal_4mx_6sl_7mec_00000_AFIcustompub&utm_source=screenl&utm_medium=listserv>.**



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