Introduction
National cinema and unstable genres
in Capital and popular cinema
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A brief historical overview of the discourses by which in Britain, until the late 1990s, popular genres were excluded from accounts of national cinemas, and of the gradual but very slow recognition, from the late 1990s, of these genres as worthy objects of film studies.

Capital and popular cinema

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