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Hollywood And The Law

Author : Paul McDonald
ISBN : 9781844579280
Genre : Performing Arts
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A Vampire In Hollywood

Author : Batton Lash
ISBN : 0981551971
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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This volume 7 in this ongoing Supernatural Law trade paperback series that mixes humor, horror, and the law. This volume collects Supernatural Law issues 41-45 and Mavis 5. Among the clients represented by Wolff and Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre are a fifth-generation vampire who aspires to Hollywood stardom, a werewolf who's being stalked by a fan, and Troma's Toxic Avenger. Along the way they encounter producers who want to make a movie about them, TV talk show hosts, and works of art that come to life. Introduction by Bone's Jeff Smith.

Law Cinema And Ideology

Author : David Ray Papke
ISBN : OCLC:63120512
Genre : Justice, Administration of, in motion pictures
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Hollywood S Copyright Wars

Author : Peter Decherney
ISBN : 9780231159470
Genre : Performing Arts
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Beginning with Thomas Edison's aggressive copyright disputes and concluding with recent lawsuits against YouTube, Hollywood's Copyright Wars follows the struggle of the film, television, and digital media industries to influence and adapt to copyright law. Though much of Hollywood's engagement with the law occurs offstage, in the larger theater of copyright, many of Hollywood's most valued treasures, from Modern Times (1936) to Star Wars (1977), cannot be fully understood without appreciating their legal controversies. Peter Decherney shows that the history of intellectual property in Hollywood has not always mirrored the evolution of the law and recounts these extralegal solutions and their impact on American media and culture.

Hollywood On Strike

Author : Jonathan Handel
ISBN : 9781438233857
Genre : Performing Arts
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It was a Hollywood meltdown ...The Writers Guild went on strike in 2007. The big issue: fees for programs released on new media such as the Internet. The strike was settled one hundred turbulent days later – but then the Screen Actors Guild spiraled out of control, unwilling to accept the same terms but unable to muster a second strike. As the national economy collapsed, idled writers and actors sacrificed millions of dollars in film and TV wages in order to pursue pennies in new media. All told, the turmoil lasted about two years.But why? Analyzing events as they unfolded, Los Angeles entertainment attorney and journalist Jonathan Handel lays bare the contracts, economics and politics swirling behind the paradox of Hollywood labor relations. Handel is a uniquely qualified guide: a former associate counsel at the Writers Guild, his law practice at TroyGould focuses on new media and entertainment. He was described as “one of the most-quoted sources on the strike,” and recently taught a course on entertainment unions and guilds as an adjunct professor at UCLA School of Law. Handel covers entertainment labor as a Contributing Editor for The Hollywood Reporter and his writing also appears on Forbes.com and the Huffington Post. As a commentator, Handel has appeared in the media hundreds of times. The 2007-2009 contracts, so hard fought, brought scant months of labor peace: renegotiations began in 2010, and recur every three years. That makes this book essential reading for anyone who wants to understand Hollywood in the digital age.

Reel Horror

Author : John W. Law
ISBN : 096656765X
Genre : Horror films
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Death, destruction, terror and more - not just on the screen, but behind it. Take a look behind some of Hollywood's legendary horror films at the real horrors of the silver screen. The death of Brandon Lee on the set of 'The Crow'; The true terror behind 'The Amityville Horror'; The tragedies surrounding 'Poltergeist'; The horror behind the real story surrounding 'Psycho'; And more horrors behind 'The Exorcist; Jaws, Twilgiht Zone - The Movie' and more. From the author of 'Curse of the Silver Screen' comes a new book behind the making of Hollywood History. Packed with photos and stories that never made it on the big screen, stars like Alfred Hitchcock, Joan Crawford, Steven Spielberg, Bette Davis, Vic Morrow, John Landis, Brandon Lee, Janet Leigh, and many others are featured. It's real horror behind the reel horrors

Utah Auto Law

Author : Randall Bunnell
ISBN : 9780327182740
Genre : Law
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Utah Auto Law is the first and only comprehensive treatise on Utah's law of auto insurance and accident liability, covering every aspect involved in the settlement of an auto personal injury claim. Not only does this treatise discuss in great and meticulous detail the core legal issues of auto accident law (e.g., insurance coverage, bad faith, damages, traffic law); it also discusses in similar detail tangential issues (e.g., negligent entrustment, subrogation, exclusive remedy) that can arise in some cases. Utah Auto Law provides for both plaintiff and defense perspectives, and is designed to serve attorneys, judges, and claims adjusters. With its detailed table of contents and concise text, this single-volume treatise is as handy as it thorough -- readers will find it indispensable in both the office and the courtroom.

Film And The Law

Author : Steve Greenfield
ISBN : 9781847317421
Genre : Law
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Described by Richard Sherwin of New York Law School as the law and film movement's 'founding text', this text is a second, heavily revised and improved edition of the original Film and the Law (Cavendish Publishing, 2001). The book is distinctive in a number of ways: it is unique as a sustained book-length exposition on law and film by law scholars; it is distinctive within law and film scholarship in its attempt to plot the parameters of a distinctive genre of law films; its examination of law in film as place and space offers a new way out of the law film genre problem, and also offers an examination of representations of an aspect of legal practice, and legal institutions, that have not been addressed by other scholars. It is original in its contribution to work within the wider parameters of law and popular culture and offers a sustained challenge to traditional legal scholarship, amply demonstrating the practical and the pedagogic, as well as the moral and political significance of popular cultural representations of law. The book is a valuable teaching and learning resource, and is the first in the field to serve as a basic guidebook for students of law and film.

The Ultimate Stallone Reader

Author : Chris Holmlund
ISBN : 9780231850643
Genre : Performing Arts
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Sylvester Stallone has been a defining part of American film for nearly four decades. He has made an impact on world entertainment in a surprisingly diverse range of capacities -- as actor, writer, producer, and director -- all while maintaining a monolithic presence. With The Ultimate Stallone Reader, this icon finally receives concerted academic attention. Eleven original essays by internationally-known scholars examine Stallone's contributions to mainstream cinema, independent film, and television. This volume also offers innovative approaches to star, gender, and celebrity studies, performance analysis, genre criticism, industry and reception inquiry, and the question of what it means to be an auteur. Ultimately, The Ultimate Stallone Reader investigates the place that Sylvester Stallone occupies within an industry and a culture that have both undergone much evolution, and how his work has reflected and even driven these changes.

Law And Popular Culture Text Notes And Questions

Author : David Ray Papke
ISBN : 9780327174356
Genre : Law
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The United States is the world's most legalistic nation not only because of its laws, lawyers, and courts but also due to the amount, variety, and appeal of its law-related popular culture. This large body of materials and experiences profoundly affects what Americans expect from their legal institutions and government. Indeed, might it be true that pop cultural law is more important in shaping the lay public's assumptions and expectations than are actual laws and real-life courtroom proceedings? Law and Popular Culture is the first classroom text to examine the full range of American law-related popular culture. Designed primarily for law school use, the text examines the most influential pop cultural media—film, radio, television, and inexpensive fiction—but each of the text's 14 chapters begins with a list of five readily available Hollywood films that are relevant to that particular chapter. Instructors might screen selections from these lists in conjunction with their courses. After an introduction to the study of popular culture and an outline of the text's goals, the chapters themselves fall into two categories. Half concern the pop cultural portrayals of legal institutions and actors—law schools, the legal profession, clients, witnesses, judges, and juries. The second half concern assorted areas of law—Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Torts from the first-year curriculum and Business Law, Family Law, International Law, and Military Law from standard upper-level electives. Instructors might use the text at the pace of one chapter per week for an entire semester or pick and expand upon selected chapters as they think best. Overall, Law and Popular Culture underscores and scrutinizes the immense role popular culture plays in shaping the American legal consciousness. Teachers and students alike can use the text to explore what Americans expect from their law and legal institutions while at the same time honing their understanding of law and of the meaning of justice under law.

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