the US. Assess, then, the extent to which Hollywood constitutes a national cinema, comparable, say, to Egyptian or Swedish or Turkishcinemas.
Beyond Hollywood: two examples
Reinforcing Yoshimoto’s point above about the pre-eminence of Hollywood in the study of film industries, Stephen Crofts writes, with pointed understatement, that ‘Film scholars’ mental maps of world film production are often less than global’ ( 2006 : 53). Periodically, it is true, certain non-Anglophone cinemas have been taken up in Britain and the United