Bibliography, etc. Note
Filmography: pages -245. Includes bibliographical references (pages -242) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
part PART 1 A FANTASTIC JURISPRUDENCE chapter 1 Heavenly justice / Ian Christie chapter 2 Once more unto the breach: Branagh's Henry V, Blair's war and the UK Constitution Eugene McNamee chapter 3 'It's the vibe!': the common law imaginary Down Under William P MacNeil chapter 4 Rebel without a cause? / Elena Loizidou chapter 5 Toy law, toy joy, Toy Story 2 / Fred Botting part PART 2 AESTHETICS AND VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES chapter 6 On realism and the law film: the case of Oscar Wilde / Leslie J Moran chapter 7 Trial as documentary: images of Eichmann / Lawrence Douglas chapter 8 Film and law: in search of a critical method / David M Seymour chapter 9 Endless streets, pursued by ghosts chapter 10 'Into the blue': the cinematic possibility of judgment with passion / Alison Young part PART 3 REGULATION: HISTORIES, CULTURES, LEGALITIES chapter 11 Not harmless entertainment: state censorship and cinema in the transitional era / Lee Grieveson chapter 12 The natives are looking: cinema and censorship in colonial India / M Madhava Prasad chapter 13 Rethinking regulation: violence and 1967 Hollywood / J David Slocum chapter 14 Cultural 'patronage' versus cultural 'defence': alternatives to national film policies / Bill Grantham chapter 15 How the movie moguls learned to stop worrying and love the new technologies: copyright and film / Fiona Macmillan chapter 16 A more developed sign: the legal mediation of things / Celia Lury.