Food in film

Authored by: Anne Bower , Thomas Piontek

Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies

Print publication date:  August  2012
Online publication date:  May  2013

Print ISBN: 9780415782647
eBook ISBN: 9780203819227
Adobe ISBN: 9781136741661

10.4324/9780203819227.ch16

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Abstract

This article introduces theories and methods for exploring the representation of food in films; provides examples of existing scholarship (in print and online journals); and emphasizes the interdisciplinarity necessary for discussions of food in film. The authors suggest that interdisciplinary academic training is advantageous, since no universities offer graduate degrees (or funding) in food in film. Yet there’s plenty of potential in this field. Beyond further analyses of feature films, scholars can investigate the evolving food film genre, food-focused documentaries, animated films, and online/computer games and videos, along with cooking shows.

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