2 edition of Interviews with film directors found in the catalog.
Interviews with film directors
|Statement||edited by Andrew Sarris.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 478 p. :|
|Number of Pages||478|
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In this book, Sarris collects a bunch of interviews from Cahiers du Cinema, Sight and Sound, and other assorted film magazines of the fifties and early sixties. Some of the directors offer great insight into their work overall, or their :// Andrew Sarris, one of the most influential of the younger critics at the time this book was written, gathered interviews with forty of the central figures of modern film-making, discussing their own work and the film as an art form.
The directors: Michelangelo Antonioni, Ingmar Bergman, Robert Bresson, Peter Brook, Luis Bunuel, Claude Chabrol This is an extremely enjoyable collection of interviews with many of cinema's most admired and respected directors. The quality of the interview and the quantity of information gained differs from director to director (and interview to interview).
This is my reason for giving it only 3 stars. It is still a wonderful book and an enjoyable :// Sarris, the entrepreneur of nouveau vague film criticism, has brought together interviews with forty of the outstanding and/or most prolific film directors.
There is no particularly cohesive theme since obviously in order to reach the fine round figure of forty, Sarris has had to poke in some pretty musty closets for material. Therefore you have a disparity between the perceptive conversations Interviews with Film Directors的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。将这些话题细分出来，分别进行讨论，会有更多收获 READ THE NEW BOOK Directors Close Up 2: Interviews with Directors Nominated for Best Film by the Directors Guild of America: - READ PDF FILE ONLINE The edited selections in this book are taken from in-depth discussions exploring the complex process of directing.
These began in when The Directors Guild of America launched a series of yearly seminars with the nominees for outstanding feature film :// 4. Michael Mann Interviews Alejandro González Iñárritu on The Revenant. The making of The Revenant would probably make for a decent film in itself, given what the cast and crew endured to bring it to the screen.
In this thirty-minute conversation between two very accomplished directors, you get a real sense of Iñárritu’s slightly chaotic and experimental production process that Using Interviews and Animation to Bring the Sniper Documentary Tower to Life.
The documentary Tower recounts the day in that a sniper on the University of Texas Tower killed 14 people and wounded dozens more. The film includes archival footage, interviews with those who were present and animated recreations of the :// Exclusive interviews with the biggest actors, directors, producers, and writers in the film industry - hosted by the Screen Rant editorial :// From the Blurb: In Interviews with Film Directors, Andrew Sarris has brought together forty of the world's great film-makers to discuss their own work and the art of film.
Rather than trying to be all-inclusive, Mr. Sarris has selected directors who are articulate about their craft, whose interviews are revealing about the making of :// In Conversations with Directors, Elsie Walker and David Johnson bring together a collection of 26 interviews with a wide range of directors from various periods, nationalities, and backgrounds.
The interviews are selected from the archives of Literature/Film Quarterly, a journal that focuses on the intimate relationship between literature and film, and the process of adapting [ ] Get this from a library. Interviews with film directors. [Andrew Sarris; Axel Madsen; Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress);] -- Interviews with 40 of the central figures of modern filmmaking, with discussions of their own work and film as an art :// Top 10 Charlie Rose Interviews of Film Directors and Actors.
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Based in Chicago and New York, STOP SMILING is an artist-friendly, artist-run bimonthly magazine of words, pictures, illustrations and Directors close up: interviews with directors nominated for outstanding directorial achievement in a Feature Film by the Directors Guild of America Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This :// Cite them right helps students to reference a huge range of sources: books, journal articles, websites, legal documents even graffiti and tweets!.
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