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Dossier: production and post-production

Dossier: production and post-production
Dossier: production and post-production
Both the epic scale of the three-film production, with its mix of technical demands, and the hugely inventive techniques deployed in post, made the trilogy an important site for the study of new-generation Hollywood
978-0719071980
135-167
Manchester University Press
Cubitt, Sean
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King, Barry
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Margolis, Harroet
Cubitt, Sean
King, Barry
Jutel, Thierry
Cubitt, Sean
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King, Barry
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Margolis, Harroet
Cubitt, Sean
King, Barry
Jutel, Thierry

Cubitt, Sean and King, Barry (2008) Dossier: production and post-production. In, Margolis, Harroet, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings. Manchester, GB. Manchester University Press, pp. 135-167.

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Both the epic scale of the three-film production, with its mix of technical demands, and the hugely inventive techniques deployed in post, made the trilogy an important site for the study of new-generation Hollywood

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Published date: November 2008

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Local EPrints ID: 179919
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/179919
ISBN: 978-0719071980
PURE UUID: b29c28b3-17ac-4cc0-b9ff-48a67d947d29

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Author: Sean Cubitt
Author: Barry King
Editor: Harroet Margolis
Editor: Sean Cubitt
Editor: Barry King
Editor: Thierry Jutel

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