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The Camera Never Lies
A glamorous and revealing tale of love and betrayal behind the scenes from the popular Strictly Come Dancing presenter, Tess Daly.
Britt Baxter is a twenty-something model on the verge of landing a campaign that will make her career. But when things don't go to plan her dreams of seeing her face onbillboards are shattered, and she is forced to pick up the pieces and start again.
As Britt faces an unpredictable future, she is spotted by a television executive in the most unlikely of places. She is offered the job of a lifetime as a fashion reporter on the nation's favourite breakfast television programme, Rise and Shine. Invited to all the parties, the press and the public can't get enough of her. Britt is 'the next big thing'.
But then a story breaks that leaves Britt feeling betrayed and she no longer knows who she can trust and she soon discovers that the drama behind the scenes far eclipses anything that goes on in front of the camera.
About the Author
Tess Daly was born in Stockport. Throughout the nineties, she worked as a model and in 2000 she made her first appearance as a television presenter on The Big Breakfast. She is the co-host of Children in Need and presents the award-winning Strictly Come Dancing. She is married with two daughters.
Film Production And Consumption In Contemporary Taiwan
This book uses the potent case study of contemporary Taiwanese queer romance films to address the question of how capitalism in Taiwan has privileged the film industry at the expense of the audience's freedom to choose and respond to culture on its own terms. Interweaving in-depth interviews with filmmakers, producers, marketers, and spectators, Ya-Fong Mon takes a biopolitical approach to the question, showing how the industry uses investments in technoscience, ancillary marketing, and media convergence to seduce and control the sensory experience of the audience-yet that control only extends so far: volatility remains a key component of the filmgoing experience.
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