Wide Angle Books

The mission of Wide Angle Books is to document, chronicle, and honor those institutions that have worked effectively to maintain a public presence and public spaces for alternative forms of media. These books recognize that institutional support of media happens at a variety of levels in a film series, in a video distribution organization, in a transnational digital network, in a grassroots production organization and in locations across the globe. Individual volumes in the series focus on such forms of primary documentation as letters, institutional records, and oral histories, presented and contextualized by leading media history scholars.
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Art in Cinema

Documents Toward a History of the Film Society

Scott MacDonald

320 pages
7 x 10
12 figures, 27 halftones


HC: 978-1-59213-425-0 $71.50
Ebook: 978-1-59213-427-4 $71.50

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Cinema 16

Documents Toward a History of the Film Society

Scott MacDonald

488 pages
7 x 10
32 figures 60 halftones


PB: 978-1-56639-924-1 $44.95
HC: 978-1-56639-923-4 $90.50
Ebook: 978-1-4399-0530-2 $44.95

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Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989

Edited by Catherine Portuges, and Peter John Bursell Hames

288 pages
6 x 9



HC: 978-1-59213-265-2 $96.50
Ebook: 978-1-4399-1021-4 $96.50

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Feedback

The Video Data Bank Catalog of Video Art and Artist Interviews

Edited by Kate Horsfield and Lucas Hilderbrand

360 pages
8.5 x 11
325 halftones


HC: 978-1-59213-182-2 $76.50

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The Sons and Daughters of Los

Culture and Community in L.A.

edited by David E. James

264 pages
7 x 10
50 halftones


PB: 978-1-59213-013-9 $38.95
HC: 978-1-59213-012-2 $86.50
Ebook: 978-1-4399-0137-3 $38.95

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Stan Brakhage

Filmmaker

Edited by David E. James

248 pages
6 x 9
20 halftones


PB: 978-1-59213-272-0 $35.50
HC: 978-1-59213-271-3 $86.50
Ebook: 978-1-4399-0529-6 $35.95