GENERAL: Motion Pictures - Semiotics.

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From: KATE BOWERS <[email protected]>
Subject: MOTION PICTURES--SEMIOTICS
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Comments: MOTION PICTURES--SEMIOTICS

I've got to blow my professions horn at this point, since we've
hit the nail bang on the head. There are two relevant Library of
Congress subject headings on the question regarding texts for a
course on semiotics in motion pictures. They are Motion
pictures--Semiotics and Television--Semiotics. I know you're
probably looking for a more introductory text, but for
supplementary reading material, check with your local librarian.

Kate Bowers, Cataloger
Motion Picture Division
Library of Congress
Internet: [email protected]

As usual, my opinions are not to be taken as official opinions of
the Library of Congress.
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