Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of film and media studies / edited by Robert Kolker.

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Contributors 
Introduction
1.	Jay David Bolter, Digital Media and the Future of Filmic Narrative
2.	Brian Price, The Last Laocoön 
3.	Devin Orgeron, Visual Media and the Tyranny of the Real 
4.	Francis Guerin, Radical Aspirations Historicized: The European Commitment to Political Documentary
5.	Jeannene M. Przyblyski, Loss of Light: The Long Shadow of Photography in the Digital Age
6.	Marsha Orgeron, Media Celebrity in the Age of the Image 
7.	Paul Young, Film Genre Theory and Contemporary Media: Description, Interpretation, Intermediality
8.	Toby Miller and Mariana Johnson, The Who, What, When, Where, And How¿Gilda Says Textual Analysis Needs To Learn From Political Economy And Ethnography
9.	William Uricchio, Television¿s First 75 Years: The Interpretive Flexibility Of A Medium In Transition 
10.	Tara McPherson, ¿The end of TV as we know it¿: Convergence, Anxiety, Generic Innovation, and the Case of 24
11.	 John Caldwell, Screen Practice and Conglomeration: How Reflexivity and Conglomeration Fuel Each Other
12.	Evans Chan, The Chinese Action Image and Postmodernity
13.	Joseph Schaub, When Cute Becomes Scary: The Young Female in Japanese Horror Cinema 
14.	Gina Marchetti, Asian Film and Digital Culture
15.	Manjunath Pendakur, Popular Cinema and ¿New¿ Media in India
16.	 Cristina Venegas, Dreaming With Open Eyes: Latin American Media in the Digital Age
17.	Andrew Flibbert, The Globalization of Filmmaking in Latin America and the Middle East
18.	David Golumbia, Computers and Cultural Studies
19.	Warren Buckland, Film and Media Studies Pedagogy
20.	Peter Jaszi, Copyright, Fair Use, and Motion Pictures
Appendix I. Tom Bernard, Evolution of Modern Day Independent Film Making 
Appendix II. Lee Berger & Richard Hollander, The Digital Revolution

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures.
Mass media.
Interactive multimedia.