Film Thinks is an original book series that asks: how has film influenced the way we think? The books in this series are engaging editions written by experts in film history and theory, each focusing on a past or present philosopher, thinker or writer whose intellectual landscape has been shaped by cinema. Film Thinks aims to further understanding and appreciation, through sophisticated but accessible language, of the thought derived from great films. Whilst explaining and interpreting these thinkers’ ideas and the films at their origin, the series will celebrate cinema’s capacity to inspire and entertain – and ultimately to change the world. Aimed at film fans as well as specialists, Film Thinks is devoted to knowledge about cinema and philosophy as much as to the pleasure of watching films.
Text taken from listing at Bloomsbury, here