Global Hollywood 2
Bloomsbury Publishing, Jul 25, 2019 - Performing Arts - 448 pages
Substantially revised and updated, this book highlights how Hollywood has transformed itself to attain ever global clout and reach and the material factors underlining Hollywood's apparent artistic success. Takes into consideration recent events affecting Hollywood such as 9/11, US foreign policy and developments in consumer technology.
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