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The Cineaste interviews 2 : on the art and politics of the cinema

Author: Gary Crowdus; Dan Georgakas
Publisher: Chicago : Lake View Press, ©2002.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Entretiens
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Crowdus; Dan Georgakas
ISBN: 0941702510 9780941702515 0941702502 9780941702508
OCLC Number: 51012454
Description: xii, 283 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The Taviani brothers : We believe in the power of cinema --
Jack Lemmon : Spread a little sunshine --
Akira Kurosawa : Making films for all the people --
Lizzie Borden : Labor relations --
Robert Redford : Combining entertainment and education --
Costa Gravas : Keeping alive the memory of the holocaust --
Krystyna Janda : Woman of marble --
Peter Greenaway : Cinema as the total art form --
Spike Lee : Our film is only a starting point --
Susan Sarandon : Acting, activism, and Hollywood politics --
Sally Potter : Demystifying traditional notions of gender --
Arthur Penn : The importance of a singular, guiding vision --
Mike Leigh : I find the tragicomic things in life --
Francesco Rosi : Investigating the relationship between causes and effects --
Tomas Gutierrez Alea : Strawberry and chocolate, ice cream and tolerance --
Abbas Kiarostami : Real life is more important than cinema --
Atom Egoyan : Family romances --
Gianni Amelio : Beyond neorealism : preserving a cinema of social conscience --
Marlene Gorris : The lighter side of feminism --
Tim Robbins : Between ethics and politics --
John Sayles : Borders and boundaries --
Milos Forman : Porn again --
Oliver Stone : History, dramatic license, and larger historical truths --
Fred Zinnemann : A past master of his craft --
Ken Loach : The revolution betrayed.
Other Titles: Cineaste.
Responsibility: Gary Crowdus, Dan Georgakas.

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