Film/Literature/Heritage: A Sight and Sound Reader

Film/Literature/Heritage: A Sight and Sound Reader

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This text includes discussions of a selection of literary adaptations, from Shakespeare to William Burroughs, as well as interviews with screenwriters and adaptors. It covers the major films from "Elizabeth" to " LA Confidential," and directors from Martin Scorsese to Peter Greenaway.

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Ginette Vincendeau is a French-born British-based academic who is a Professor of Film Studies at King's College London.[1]

Vincendeau was educated at the Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III, gaining a degree in English and at the University of East Anglia, where she completed a doctorate in Film Studies. Before assuming her post at King's, Vincendeau was Professor of Film Studies at Warwick University.

A regular contributor to Sight & Sound magazine, she is t