"Some Big Bourgeois Brothel": Contexts for France's Culture Wars with Hollywood

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Indiana University Press, 2000 - 184 strani

Examining Franco-American cinema relations, this book details France's periodic attempts to curb Hollywood's access to the European market. It focuses on the French influence on and the American reaction to the European Union's Television Without Frontiers directive and the dramatic crisis-ridden talks during the Uruguay round of the final 1993 GATT negotiation. These climactic events, which nearly led to a breakdown in world trade in intellectual property, are set in the context of commercial and legal history and the two countries' competing concepts of art and commerce.

 

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Acknowledgments
1
American culture and France
7
The culture of cinema
23
The legal culture of authorship
31
the genesis and history of quotas
43
The development of the international television
75
The quota dispute
91
After the GATT
145
culture as a policy issue
167
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