- Title Pages
- Case Studies
- Introduction: Problems of Definition and the Discourse of American Independent Cinema
- 1 Independent Filmmaking in the Studio Era: Tendencies within the Studio System
- 2 Independent Filmmaking in the Studio Era: The Poverty Row Studios (1930–50s)
- 3 Independence by Force: The Effects of the Paramount Decree on Independent Film Production
- 4 An Audience for the Independents: Exploitation Films for the Nation's Youth
- 5 The New Hollywood and the Independent Hollywood
- 6 American Independent Cinema in the Age of the Conglomerates
- 7 Mini-majors and Major Independents
- 8 The Institutionalisation of American Independent Cinema
- Epilogue: From Independent to ‘Specialty’ Cinema
- American Independent Cinema
- Edinburgh University Press
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