Gradation of Emphasis in the CinemaScope Westerns of Anthony Mann: A Style Analysis

  title={Gradation of Emphasis in the CinemaScope Westerns of Anthony Mann: A Style Analysis},
  author={Sam Roggen},
  • S. Roggen
  • Published 1 December 2016
  • Psychology
  • Projections

CinemaScope and the close-up/montage style: new solutions to familiar problems

  • S. Roggen
  • Art
    New Review of Film and Television Studies
  • 2019
ABSTRACT This article searches empirical support for the elimination of close-ups and fast cutting in early American CinemaScope films (1953–1959). While these transformations were commented upon

Listen and React: Acting Spaces in CinemaScope of the 1950s

  • S. Roggen
  • Art
    Quarterly Review of Film and Video
  • 2018
The introduction of the anamorphic widescreen process CinemaScope by 20th Century-Fox in 1953 aptly illustrates how the style of Classical Hollywood cinema was the result of particular production



CinemaScope: Before and After

"Imagine Lauren Bacall on a couch--and 64 feet long!" a producer was reported to have crowed, upon the introduction of CinemaScope. Since then, CinemaScope and its widescreen relatives have received

Anthony Mann: The Film Career

This detailed study of the career of Anthony Mann argues Mann's prominence and influence alongside contemporaries like John Ford. Mann (1906-1967), who was active in Hollywood and Europe, directed or

Horizons West: Directing the Western from John Ford to Clint Eastwood

Acknowledgements 1. Authorship and Genre:Practice and Theory. 2. John Ford: Founding Father. 3. Anthony Mann: The Overreacher. 4. Budd Boetticher: Rules of the Game. 5. Sam Peckinpah:The Savage Eye.

Cinematic Appeals: The Experience of New Movie Technologies

List of IllustrationsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Moving Machines1. "Smothered in Baked Alaska": The Anxious Appeal of Widescreen Cinema2. East of Eden in CinemaScope: Intimacy Writ Large3. Digital