Elliott, Andrew (2011) "She's a goddam liar": perspectives of truth in Aliens, Strange Days, and Titanic. In: The films of James Cameron: critical essays. McFarland, Jefferson, NC, pp. 72-89. ISBN 0786462795
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Among the most expensive--and most profitable--films of all time, the works of James Cameron have had a profound effect upon popular culture and the technology of moviemaking. Yet the very blockbuster nature of his films means that the political commentary, cultural discourse and rich symbolism within the works are often overlooked. From The Terminator to Avatar, the director has evinced a persistence of themes, concerns and visions that capture the contemporary zeitgeist. This collection of essays on James Cameron's films, written by a diverse group of scholars from a wide range of disciplines, provides a comprehensive exploration of the work and legacy of one of America's foremost filmmakers.
|Keywords:||Film Studies, History (General), Historiography, Memory, Historical film, James Cameron, Titanic (film), Aliens (film)|
|Subjects:||P Mass Communications and Documentation > P303 Film studies|
|Divisions:||College of Arts > Lincoln School of Film & Media > Lincoln School of Film & Media (Media)|
|Deposited On:||01 Aug 2012 13:29|
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