Madison & Teaneck: Farleigh Dickenson University Press, . First Edition. Signed by Kronish on the front endpaper. This book provides a fascinating account of film-making in Israel, from the early pioneering newsreels and documentaries to the bold work of contemporary feature directors such as Uri Barbash, Michal Bat-Adam, Moshe Mizrahi and Dan Wolman, and controversial documentarists such as Amos Gitai and Ram Loevy. The book offers an analysis of Israeli film as a reflection of both social issues and cultural development, and chronicles the evolution of the film industry in a small and new country besieged by serious internal and external conflicts. A scarce book. 8vo., black cloth in dust jacket; 266 pages. Item #56831
Near Fine (covers nice; contents clean & tight); very nice d/j.