Table of contents for More than a method : trends and traditions in contemporary film performance / edited by Cynthia Baron, Diane Carson, and Frank P. Tomasulo.

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List of Illustrations 00
Acknowledgments 00
Introduction: More Than the Method, More Than One Method
	Cynthia Baron, Diane Carson, and Frank P. Tomasulo 00
Part 1. Analyzing Film Performance: Logic and Methods 00
1. Why Study Film Acting? Some Opening Reflections
	Paul McDonald 00
2. Screen Performance and Directors' Visions
	Sharon Marie Carnicke 00
Part 2. Modernism and Film Performance
3. Performance in the Films of Robert Bresson: The Aesthetics of Denial
	Doug Tomlinson 00
4. "The Sounds of Silence": Modernist Acting in Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up
	Frank P. Tomasulo 00
5. Resisting Reality: Acting by Design in Robert Altman's 	Nashville
	Robert T. Self 00
Part 3. Developments in Neonaturalist Film Performance
6. Playing with Performance: Directorial and Performance Style in John Cassavetes's Opening Night
	Maria Viera 00
7. Plain and Simple: Masculinity through John Sayles's Lens
	Diane Carson 00
8. Passionate Engagement: Performance in the Films of Neil Jordan
	Carole Zucker 00
Part 4. Postmodern Film Performance
9. Acting Prima Donna Politics in Tomás Gutiérrez Alea's Strawberry and Chocolate
	Ronald E. Shields 00
10. Kidman, Cruise, and Kubrick: A Brechtian Pastiche
	Dennis Bingham 00
11. Thinking through Jim Carrey
	Vivian Sobchack 00
12. Suiting Up for Postmodern Performance in John Woo's The 	Killer
	Cynthia Baron 00
Contributors 00
Index 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Motion picture acting