Film is Like a Battleground: Sam Fuller’s War Movies is the first book to focus on the genre that best defined the American director’s career: the war film. It draws on previously unexplored archival materials, such as Fuller’s Federal Bureau of Investigation files and WWII-era 16mm films, to explore the director’s lifelong interest in making challenging, thought-provoking, and often politically dangerous movies about war.
Author, Dr. Marsha Gordon joined the NC State University film studies faculty in 2002, she is a film studies professor who loves researching, writing, and speaking about film history. Dr. Gordon regularly introduce films, moderate panels, make radio appearances, and give lectures on an array of topics relating to film history. She has given talks all over the United States as well as in Vienna, Prague, London, and Surrey.