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We'll Always Have Casablanca (Non-Fiction) was the most recently released book by Noah Isenberg, on February 14th, 2017.

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Noah Isenberg Stats: The highest rated book by Noah Isenberg on Book Notification is We'll Always Have Casablanca, a Non-Fiction book.

The most read book by Noah Isenberg on Book Notification is We'll Always Have Casablanca, a Non-Fiction book.

Below is a complete list of Noah Isenberg books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of Film and Culture Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
Movie Journal: The Rise of the New American Cinema, 1959-1971 (By: Peter Bogdanovich, Jonas Mekas, Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker)
1972
2
1994
3
Primitive Passions (By: Rey Chow)
1995
4
2000
5
2000
6
Hearst Over Hollywood (By: Louis Pizzitola)
2002
7
2002
8
2002
9
2002
10
Special Effects (By: Michele Pierson)
2002
11
Masculine Interests ( By: Robert Lang)
2002
12
2002
13
2005
14
Hollywood and the Culture Elite (By: Peter Decherney)
2005
15
Taiwan Film Directors: A Treasure Island (By: Emilie Yueh-Yu Yeh, Darrell William Davis)
2005
16
Taiwan Film Directors (By: Emilie Yueh-Yu Yeh)
2005
17
2005
18
Shocking Representation (By: Adam Lowenstein)
2005
19
2005
20
2006
21
China on Screen: Cinema and Nation (By: Christopher J. Berry, Mary Ann Farquhar)
2006
22
The New European Cinema (By: Rosalind Galt)
2006
23
China on Screen (By: Chris Berry)
2006
24
Film and Stereotype: A Challenge for Cinema and Theory (By: Jörg Schweinitz, Laura Schleussner)
2006
25
Film and Stereotype: A Challenge for Cinema and Theory (By: Jörg Schweinitz, Laura Schleussner)
2006
26
George Gallup in Hollywood (By: Susan Ohmer)
2006
27
George Gallup in Hollywood (By: Susan Ohmer)
2006
28
Hitchcock's Romantic Irony (By: Richard Allen)
2007
29
2007
30
Electric Sounds (By: Steve J. Wurtzler)
2007
31
2007
32
2007
33
Hitchcock's Romantic Irony (By: Richard Allen)
2007
34
2008
35
2008
36
Eye of the Century (By: Francesco Casetti)
2008
37
Shivers Down Your Spine (By: Alison Griffiths)
2008
38
2009
39
African Film and Literature (By: Lindiwe Dovey)
2009
40
2009
41
2009
42
2009
43
2009
44
2010
45
2010
46
2010
47
Counter-Archive (By: Paula Amad)
2010
48
Indie: An American Film Culture (By: Michael Z. Newman)
2011
49
Pretty (By: Rosalind Galt)
2011
50
Film and Stereotype (By: Jörg Schweinitz)
2011
51
2011
52
2011
53
2011
54
Chinese Women’s Cinema (By: Lingzhen Wang)
2011
55
2011
56
2011
57
2012
58
Hollywood’s Copyright Wars (By: Peter Decherney)
2012
59
2012
60
2012
61
Electric Dreamland (By: Lauren Rabinovitz)
2012
62
2012
63
The Utopia of Film (By: Christopher Pavsek)
2013
64
2013
65
Where Film Meets Philosophy (By: Hunter Vaughan)
2013
66
2013
67
2013
68
Cinematic Appeals (By: Ariel Rogers)
2013
69
2014
70
Must We Kill the Thing We Love? (By: William Rothman)
2014
71
2014
72
New Tunisian Cinema ( By: Robert Lang)
2014
73
2014
74
2014
75
Deathwatch (By: C. Scott Combs)
2014
76
2014
77
2014
78
After the Silents (By: Michael Slowik)
2014
79
Maya Deren: Incomplete Control (By: Sarah Keller)
2014
80
Dreaming of Cinema (By: Adam Lowenstein)
2014
81
2014
82
Maya Deren (By: Sarah Keller)
2014
83
2015
84
Plastic Reality (By: Julie A. Turnock)
2015
85
Motion Pictures (By: Justin Remes)
2015
86
The Lumière Galaxy (By: Francesco Casetti)
2015
87
2015
88
2015
89
2015
90
The End of Cinema? (By: Timothy Barnard)
2015
91
The End of Cinema?: A Medium in Crisis in the Digital Age (By: Timothy Barnard, André Gaudreault, Philippe Marion)
2015
92
The Use and Abuse of Cinema (By: Eric Rentschler)
2015
93
2015
94
2015
95
The Shape of Spectatorship (By: Scott Curtis)
2015
96
2015
97
Impersonal Enunciation, or the Place of Film (By: Christian Metz, Dana Polan, Cormac Deane)
2015
98
2016
99
Movie Journal (By: Jonas Mekas)
2016
100
2016
101
When Movies Were Theater (By: William Paul)
2016
102
Carceral Fantasies (By: Alison Griffiths)
2016
103
2016
104
Unspeakable Histories (By: William Howard Guynn)
2016
105
2016
106
2016
107
Essays on the Essay Film (By: Timothy Corrigan, Nora M. Alter)
2017
108
Exception Taken (By: Jonathan Buchsbaum)
2017
109
2017
110
Words on Screen (By: Michel Chion, Claudia Gorbman)
2017
111
Cinema by Design (By: Lucy Fischer)
2017
112
Essays on the Essay Film (By: Timothy Corrigan)
2017
113
2017
114
2017
115
2018
116
2018
117
2018
118
2018
119
Melodrama Unbound (By: Linda Williams)
2018
120
2018
121
Cinema/Politics/Philosophy (By: Nico Baumbach)
2018
122
Cinema/Politics/Philosophy (By: Nico Baumbach)
2018
123
The Dynamic Frame (By: Patrick Keating)
2019
124
2019
125
Post-Fordist Cinema (By: Jeff Menne)
2019
126
2019
127
Hollywood's Dirtiest Secret (By: Hunter Vaughan)
2019
128
2019
129
Chromatic Modernity (By: Joshua Yumibe)
2019
130
2019
131
2019
132
2019
133
Play Time (By: Malcolm Turvey)
2019
134
2019
135
Spaces Mapped and Monstrous (By: Nick Jones)
2020
136
Anxious Cinephilia (By: Sarah Keller)
2020
137
2020
138
2020
139
2020
140
Absence in Cinema (By: Justin Remes)
2020
141
2020
142
Hollywood's Artists (By: Virginia Wright Wexman)
2020
143
2020
144
Bombay Hustle (By: Debashree Mukherjee)
2020
145
2020
146
“Keep ’Em in the East” (By: Richard Koszarski)
2021
147
Alluring Monsters (By: Rosalind Galt)
2021
148
2021
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Noah Isenberg: Biography

Noah Isenberg is probably best known for their Non-Fiction Books. There are currently 4 books available. The first was released in 1999 with the book Between Redemption and Doom. The most recently released book was We'll Always Have Casablanca which was released in 2017. There are no upcoming non-fiction books by Noah at this time.

Noah Isenberg has also written the Film and Culture series which has 148 books including Movie Journal: The Rise of the New American Cinema, 1959-1971 and Laughing Hysterically: American Screen Comedy of the 1950s.

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Noah Isenberg: F.A.Q

What was the first book Noah Isenberg wrote?

The first novel written by Noah Isenberg was Between Redemption and Doom, published in 1999.

What was the most recent book Noah Isenberg wrote?

Their most recently released work was We'll Always Have Casablanca on February 14th, 2017.

Will there be any more books by Noah Isenberg?

Noah Isenberg does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Noah Isenberg written?

Noah Isenberg has written 5 books. 4 books in the Non-Fiction Books, 1 book in the Film and Culture Series.

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