HUAC, the Blacklist and the decline of social cinema

Brian Neve

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Abstract

Within this authoritative study of the history of American film in the 1950s, volume 7 of the Cinema History Project, my chapter surveys and analyses the nature and significance of the Blacklist Era, both in terms of the anti-Communist politics of the time, and in terms of the film culture of that period.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Fifties
Subtitle of host publicationTransforming the American Screen, 1950-1959, Volume 7
EditorsPeter Lev
Place of PublicationBerkeley, U. S. A.
PublisherUniversity of California Press
Pages65-86
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9780520249660
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Publication series

NameHistory of the American Cinema

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American Film
Cinema
History
1950s
Film Culture
Communist
History of Cinema

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Neve, B. (2006). HUAC, the Blacklist and the decline of social cinema. In P. Lev (Ed.), The Fifties: Transforming the American Screen, 1950-1959, Volume 7 (pp. 65-86). (History of the American Cinema). Berkeley, U. S. A.: University of California Press.

HUAC, the Blacklist and the decline of social cinema. / Neve, Brian.

The Fifties: Transforming the American Screen, 1950-1959, Volume 7. ed. / Peter Lev. Berkeley, U. S. A. : University of California Press, 2006. p. 65-86 (History of the American Cinema).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Neve, B 2006, HUAC, the Blacklist and the decline of social cinema. in P Lev (ed.), The Fifties: Transforming the American Screen, 1950-1959, Volume 7. History of the American Cinema, University of California Press, Berkeley, U. S. A., pp. 65-86.
Neve B. HUAC, the Blacklist and the decline of social cinema. In Lev P, editor, The Fifties: Transforming the American Screen, 1950-1959, Volume 7. Berkeley, U. S. A.: University of California Press. 2006. p. 65-86. (History of the American Cinema).
Neve, Brian. / HUAC, the Blacklist and the decline of social cinema. The Fifties: Transforming the American Screen, 1950-1959, Volume 7. editor / Peter Lev. Berkeley, U. S. A. : University of California Press, 2006. pp. 65-86 (History of the American Cinema).
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