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Film exhibition and distribution in Ireland, 1909-2010

Kevin Rockett

Film exhibition and distribution in Ireland, 1909-2010

by Kevin Rockett

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Published by Four Courts Press in Dublin, Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motion pictures,
  • Motion picture industry,
  • Distribution,
  • History,
  • Motion picture theaters

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 608-610) and indexes.

    StatementKevin Rockett with Emer Rockett
    ContributionsRockett, Emer
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1993.5.I85 R63 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination652 p., [48] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages652
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25332317M
    ISBN 109781846823169
    LC Control Number2012376656

    Though films are seen as a way of free artistic expression, the film industry is subject to far greater censorship than any other artistic medium. The scare of obscenity in movies prompted over cities in the United States to establish local censorship laws. The Motion Pictures Producers and Distributors Association was founded in to. Film distribution is the process of making a movie available for viewing by an is normally the task of a professional film distributor, who would determine the marketing strategy for the film, the media by which a film is to be exhibited or made available for viewing, and who may set the release date and other matters. The film may be exhibited directly to the public either.

    Ireland's all-time classic novel, James Joyce's Ulysses, has twice been adapted for film. Firstly in with the film of the same name, which was banned in Ireland until The second film was Bloom in starring Stephen Rea in the title role. Like the book the films follows the characters through a day in the life of Dublin city. What is the annual spend in the Irish economy on employment and goods and services from the Irish film, and screen industries? In , Irish films, television and animation productions produced in Ireland had combined budgets of over € million and spent over € million on local employment and local goods and services.

    The Frankfurt Book Fair is the next major book fair supported by the Ireland Literature Exchange in partnership with Culture Ireland. This annual book fair encompasses the broad spectrum of the publishing industry and is the global marketplace and leading business-to-business exhibition for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of. Number of film exhibition companies in the United Kingdom (UK) The most important statistics Distribution of spending on films in the United Kingdom (UK) , by category.


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November pp; ills. Utilizing a range of previously unexplored primary sources from film trade publications to cinema records, Film exhibition and distribution in Ireland, – traces in forensic detail the social, cultural and business practices that comprise the Irish cinema phenomenon.

The comprehensive nature of the study, which completes the narrative of Irish film exhibition partly told in its companion volume on picture-going in Ireland. Commercial cinema exhibition and distribution -- 1. Film distribution and exhibition -- 2. Economic protectionism and foreign Oligopoly, -- 3.

Dividing the spoils: British and American film interests in Ireland after the second World War -- 4. The emergence of Ward Anderson and the challenge from new distribution technologies -- 5.

‘Film exhibition and distribution in Ireland, – addresses an area which often falls beneath the radar of academic enquiry it is clear that the book is the result of a long and assiduous research effort every conceivable sources of information has been examined it may be that the most important long-term impact of this book with be in having laid the groundwork on the consumption of screen media in Ireland.

Film exhibition and distribution in Ireland, – is more narrowly focused and the authors seem to be on much more comfortable ground here. The first part of the book looks at the development of the commercial cinema in Ireland, especially the siting of the cinemas themselves and the cultural issues involved, and gives a detailed account of the personalities engaged Film exhibition and distribution in Ireland the business.

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He is author, co-author, or editor of thirteen books, including 'Cinema and Ireland' (), 'Neil Jordan: Exploring Boundaries' (), the award-winning 'Irish Film Censorship: A Cultural Journey from Silent Cinema to Internet Pornography' (), and, in (with co-author Emer Rockett), 'Magic lantern, Panorama and Moving Picture Shows in Ireland, ' and 'Film Exhibition and Distribution in.

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