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FF:FAVz008 Economic history of film - Informace o předmětu

FAVz008 Economic history of film

Filozofická fakulta
jaro 2007
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John Sedgwick (přednášející)
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doc. Mgr. Petr Szczepanik, Ph.D.
Ústav filmu a audiovizuální kultury - Filozofická fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: doc. Mgr. Petr Szczepanik, Ph.D.
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This lecture has been designed to stimulate an interest in the economics of film. Attention is focused on supply side arrangements in the industry, industrial concentration and patterns of film demand and popularity. Both producers and audiences face risks. These are elaborated. The course will draw upon recent literature in the field and takes a historical perspective. John Sedgwick (Department of Economics, Finance and International Business, London Metropolitan University) is interested in the evolution of film as a commodity and the nature of the systems by which films are produced, distributed screened on the one hand and consumed on the other. Specific interests are: Economic History of Film; Box-office and attendence analysis; Theory of film choice; Britain and the U.S. in the 1930s; The U.S. in the post war period. http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/depts/efib/people/john-sedgwick/home.cfm Publications: Popular Filmgoing in 1930s Britain: a Choice of Pleasures, Exeter, Exeter University Press (2000). Product Differentiation at the Movies: Hollywood, 1946-65, Journal of Economic History, 62 (2002) pp. 676-704. With Mike Pokorny. 'The Risk Environment of Film-Making: Warners in the Inter-War Period', Explorations in Economic History, 35 (1998) pp.196-220. An Economic History of Film, (London, Routledge, 2005) The film business in the U.S. and Britain during the 1930s, Economic History Review, 58, (2005) With Mark Glancy: Cinema Going in the United States in the mid-1930s: A Study Based on the Variety Dataset, in Hollywood and the Social Experience of Movie-going, edited by Melvyn Stokes, Bobby Allen and Richard Maltby, Exeter University Press and California University Press, 2005.
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  • Books And Other Learning Resources: Key Texts Asu Aksoy and Kevin Robins (1992) Hollywood for the 21st century: global competition for critical mass in image markets, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 16: 1-22. David Bordwell, Janet Staiger and Kristin Thompson, (1985) The Classical Hollywood Cinema, Routledge. Noël Carroll, (1998) A Philosophy of Mass Art, Oxford University Press. Arthur De Vany (2004), Hollywood Economics, Routledge. Colin Hoskins, Stuart McFadyen and Adam Finn (1997), Global Television and Film: An Introduction to the Economics of the Business, Clarendon Press Geoff King (2005), New Hollywood Cinema, I.B. Tauris. Paul MacDonald, (2000) The Star System, Wallflower. Moul, C.C., and Shugan, S.M., Theatrical release and the launching of motion pictures, in Moul, C.C. ed. A concise handbook of movie industry economics, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2005) Richard Maltby, 2nd edition (2003) Hollywood Cinema, Blackwell. John Sedgwick (2000), Popular Filmgoing in 1930s Britain: A Choice of Pleasures, Exeter University Press. John Sedgwick, (2002) Product differentiation at the movies: Hollywood, 1946-65, Journal of Economic History, 62, pp. 676-705. John Sedgwick and Mike Pokorny (2005a), The film business in the U.S. and Britain during the 1930s, Economic History Review, 58, (2005) pp. 79-112. John Sedgwick and Mike Pokorny (2005b), An Economic History of Film, Routledge. John Sedgwick (2006), A Shacklean Approach to the Demand for Movies, unpublished mimeo, to be found on WebCT site. Harold L. Vogel, 5th Edition, (2001) Entertainment Industry Economics, Cambridge University Press. (This reference is essential reading for contemporary Entertainment Industry statistics and finance.) Walls, W.D., Modelling movie success when "nobody knows anything": conditional stable distribution analysis of film returns, Journal of Cultural Economics, 29 (2005: 177-190) Weinberg, C.B., Profits out of the picture: research issues and revenue sources beyond the North American box-office in Moul, C.C. ed. A concise handbook of movie industry economics, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2005). Articles and Electronic Access Websites that you may wish to use are: 1. From the Variety website http://www.variety.com using the username and password given you on the WebCT site, click on the box office item in the menu. 2. http://www.imdb.com for an invaluable reference to almost any film ever released.
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