- Title Pages
- Introduction: approaching British rural landscapes on film
- 1 Silent landscapes: rural settings, national identity and British silent cinema
- 2 British landscapes in pre-Second World War film publicity
- 3 Rural imagery in Second World War British cinema
- 4 ‘An unlimited field for experiment’: Britain’s stereoscopic landscapes
- 5 The figure (and disfigurement) in the landscape: <i>The Go-Between</i>’s picturesque
- 6 ‘Here is Wales, there England’: contested borders and blurred boundaries in <i>On the Black Hill</i>
- 7 Where the land meets the sea: liminality, identity and rural landscape in contemporary Scottish cinema
- 8 Fantasy, fallacy and allusion: reconceptualising British landscapes through the lens of children’s cinema
- 9 Picturesque, pastoral and dirty: uncivilised topographies in <i>Jane Eyre</i> and <i>Wuthering Heights</i>
- 10 Folk horror and the contemporary cult of British rural landscape: the case of <i>Blood on Satan’s Claw</i>
- 11 <i>sleep furiously</i>: interview with Gideon Koppel
- 12 Film and the repossession of rural space: interview with Patrick Keiller
- British Rural Landscapes on Film
- Manchester University Press
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