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Lindsay Anderson : Sequence and the Rise of auteurism in 1950s Britain

Hedling, Erik LU (2003) In British cinema of the 1950s : a celebration
Abstract
This article deals with the establishment of auteurist criticism in early 1950s Britain, particularly emphasizing the role played by Oxford university film journal Sequence and the writings of future film director Lindsay Anderson.
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auteurism, Lindsay Anderson, film criticism, Sequence
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British cinema of the 1950s : a celebration
editor
Mackillop, Ian and Sinyard, Neil
publisher
Manchester University Press
ISBN
0719064880
language
English
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yes
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  author       = {Hedling, Erik},
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