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Interviews with film directors.

Andrew Sarris

Interviews with film directors.

by Andrew Sarris

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Published by Avon Books in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motion pictures -- Production and direction

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    SeriesDiscus books -- D10.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination557 p.
    Number of Pages557
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23373397M

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Interviews with film directors by Andrew Sarris Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 /5(3). 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 methods/5. 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 Interviews with film directors. book only 3 stars. It is still a wonderful book and an enjoyable read/5(3). The film includes archival footage, interviews with those who were present and animated recreations of the event.

In this interview, director/producer Keith Maitland and DP Sarah Wilson talk about the making of the film which receives its broadcast premiere on PBS on Tuesday, February 14th. 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 movies. Interviews with Film Directors Andrew Sarris. 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. 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 form.

Book Pipeline; 0. was successfully added to your cart. Cart. Press enter to begin your search. Category Interviews. Exclusive Film Pipeline interviews with directors, writers, and producers on all levels of filmmaking.

Feb Love 0. Allison Mattox By Matt Joseph Misetich Interviews. On directing: interviews with directors User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Peter Brook, one of the most respected experimental theater directors of the 20th century, provides the connective link between these two books.

It may be tough to come up with a quintessential set of books or video interviews without being subjective. But, I'm gonna offer three options here: 1.

Books: The Films of Akira Kurosawa (3rd Ed.): Arguably, the greatest film director ever - A. For its Film Studies series, the University Press of Mississippi has provided a volume of interviews curated to reflect the influences and accomplishments of director William by Christopher Lane, a film and television writer, director, producer, educator and lecturer, the collection includes fifteen articles, interviews and seminars meant to encompass themes from six decades of.

A volume that is sometimes confused with the more common, later Sarris book, "Hollywood Voices" (which focused on American directors) this a completely different work, and includes interviews with just about every major film director in the world that was living in the s.

Choosing and preparing the screenplay, working with actors and crew, dealing with the distributor, and advice to young filmmakers--all are covered in this book's illuminating interviews. Serious students of cinema, filmmakers, movie buffs, and people fascinated by film will find Film Directors on in this book's illuminating interviews.5/5(2).

Mick Hurbis-Cherrier's book is for all film directors. INTERVIEW Mr. Media Interviews By Bob Andelman pop culture video and audio comedy podcast interviews by. 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.

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Interviews with directors, actors and others in the movie industry. William Friedkin was one of the biggest directors of the s. He struck it big in with the crime thriller The French Connection and had other hits. Who The Devil Made It is a hefty tome with over pages; I was certain I'd pass it on once I'd read it, but I find myself returning it to its spot on the shelf for future reference.

The book is a series of interviews Bogdanovich conducted with film directors, many famous & formative in cinematic arts. Think of a classic movie and it's likely its director is in this book talking about it/5. The Hitchcock interview book has probably inspired more film books than any other, including, I assume, the entire Faber ‘Directors on Directors’ series.

This is Orson Welles Orson Welles and Peter Bogdanovich, edited by Jonathan Rosenbaum, HarperPerennial. Send Email. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'Review: Interviews with Film Directors by Andrew Sarris' and will not need an account to access the content.Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck & Peter Del Vecho Interview: Frozen 2.

Tatiana Hullender The writer, director & producer of Disney's Frozen 2 discuss elements that had to be saved for the home release, and how that contributed to the film.

New Mutants: Set Visit Interview With Charlie Heaton. Stephen M. Colbert Lucky for us Charlie Rose is a huge movie buff and he conducts the best interviews with film actors and directors. Charlie's interviews go beyond the generic interviews that actors and directors usually do to promote their movies, and he asks the great questions that film aficionados want to hear.