Steve Neale is Emeritus Professor of Film Studies at the University of Exeter. He is the author of Genre and Hollywood (2000), co-author of Epics, Spectacles and Blockbusters: A Hollywood History (2010), editor of The Classical Hollywood Reader (2012), co-editor of ‘Un-American’ Hollywood: Politics and Film in the Blacklist Era (2007) and Widescreen Worldwide (2010), and a contributor to Film Moments: Criticism, Theory, History (2010) and to Film Studies and Movie.
He has been a Series Editor of Exeter Series in Film History. He was recipient of BAFTSS’s Outstanding Achievement Award in 2017.
Steve Neale Edited by Frank Krutnik and Richard Maltby
This Reader brings together for the first time key works by Steve Neale, one of the founding figures of UK film studies. It includes selections of his influential writing on genre, together with other critical work encompassing film analysis, representation, cinema history, technology, and the film industry.
Film, Cinema, Genre - The Steve Neale Reader
Silent Features - The Development of Silent Feature Films 1914 - 1934