Earlier this week on Facebook, we asked “What’s your favorite movie based on a book?” With 23 different movie favorites, the top picks were "Pride and Prejudice," "To Kill a Mockingbird," and "The Help."
While UNP may have some contenders for scripts, we have many books that accompany cinema studies.
Our INDIGENOUS FILMS series explores and illuminates individual films produced and/or about indigenous peoples around the globe. Each book in the series focuses on one film, addressing key issues raised by the film and demonstrating effective ways to interpret the film. There are three published so far:
The Fast Runner by Michael Robert Evans
Navajo Talking Picture by Randolph Lewis
Smoke Signals by Joanna Hearne
The Brokeback Book builds on earlier debates by novelist David Leavitt, critic Daniel Mendelsohn, producer James Schamus, and film reviewer Kenneth Turan with new and noteworthy interpretations of the Brokeback phenomenon, the film, and its legacy.
Screening Integration edited by Sylvie Durmelat and Vinay Swamy, brings together established scholars in the fields of postcolonial, Francophone, and film studies to address the latest developments in this cinematic production.