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The volume focuses on physical home media distribution, as whilst there has been some critical engagement with this area it has been under-researched in recent years. This is partly due to the fact that digital formats are rising in popularity and the attention of many researchers, academics and writers has turned in this direction. However, as the introduction will argue, DVD (and in certain markets Blu-ray) is still a hugely influential platform. Chapters that focus on digital home media acknowledge that these draw parallels with DVD traits, for example through the term ‘box sets’. The chapters that make up the collection look at this influence through various case studies—from ‘tentpole’ brands and films (Disney and Star Wars), to the education market and documentaries.
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Harper, Graeme. 2005. DVD and the New Cinema of Complexity. In New Punk Cinema, ed. N. Rombes, 89–101. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. CrossRef
Hight, Craig. 2005. Making-of Documentaries on DVD: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and Special Editions. The Velvet Light Trap 56: 4–17. CrossRef
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Klinger, Barbara. 2006. Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies and the Home. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
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Parker, Deborah, and Mark Parker. 2004. Directors and DVD Commentary: The Specifics of Intention. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 62 (1): 13–22. CrossRef
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Sherwin, Adam. 2010. DVD Industry in Crisis as Sales Slump. The Guardian Website. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/media/2010/nov/29/dvd-industry-sales-slump-blu-ray. Accessed 10 May 2017.
Sweney, Mark. 2017. Film and TV Streaming and Downloads Overtake DVD Sales for First Time. The Guardian Website. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/jan/05/film-and-tv-streaming-and-downloads-overtake-dvd-sales-for-first-time-netflix-amazon-uk. Accessed 08 May 2017.
Wallenstein, Andrew. 2016. Why 2015 Home Entertainment Figures Should Worry Studios. Variety Website. Available at: http://variety.com/2016/digital/news/home-entertainment-spending-2015-studios-1201673329/. Accessed 10 May 2017.
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