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Now in its second edition, Film Studies: The Basics continues to provide a concise but complete introduction to the study of film. Reflecting recent developments, the theme of the impact of new technology runs throughout the book which introduces readers to: the movie industry, from Hollywood to Bollywood who does what on a film set the history, the technology and the art of cinema theories of stardom, genre and film-making. Every chapter has been revised and new illustrations and examples are included to bring the book up-to-date ensuring that Film Studies: the Basics remains the ideal starting point for anyone interested in the way we think about cinema and film.