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

Author: Dan Georgakas; Lenny Rubenstein
Publisher: Chicago : Lake View Press, ©1983.
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Genre/Form: Entretiens
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cineaste interviews.
Chicago : Lake View Press, ©1983
(OCoLC)561816402
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Georgakas; Lenny Rubenstein
ISBN: 0941702022 9780941702027 0941702030 9780941702034
OCLC Number: 9384732
Description: xiv, 396 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Constantin Costa-Gavras : more and more of our films will be political --
Glauber Rocha : cinema novo vs. cultural colonialism --
Miguel Littin : film in Allende's Chile --
Bernardo Bertolucci : I am not a moralist --
Ousmane Sembene : filmmakers have a great responsibility to our people --
Elio Petri : cinema is not for an elite, but for the masses --
Constantin Costa-Gavras (2) : a film is like a match, you can make a big fire or nothing at all --
Dusan Makavejev : let's put the life back in political life --
Gillo Pontecorvo : using the contradictions of the system --
Alain Tanner : irony is a double-edged weapon --
Jane Fonda : I prefer films that strengthen people --
Francesco Rosi : the audience should not be just passive spectators. Lina Wertmuller : you cannot make the revolution on film --
Bernardo Bertolucci (2) : the poetry of class struggle --
Robert Rossellini : Marx, Freud and Jesus --
Tomas Gutierrez Alea : individual fulfillment and collective achievement --
Gordon Parks : beyond the Black film --
Rainer Werner Fassbinder : I let the audience feel and think --
John Howard Lawson : organizing the Screen Writers Guild --
Paul Schrader : "Blue Collar" --
Agnes Varda : "One sings, the other doesn't" --
Bertrand Tavernier : blending the personal with the political --
Andrew Sarris : confessions of a middle class film critic --
Bruce Gilbert : Hollywood's progressive producer --
Jorge Semprun : the truth is always revolutionary. Vincent Canby : the power of the Times critic --
John Berger : the screenwriter as collaborator --
Gillo Pontecorvo (2) : political terrorism in "Ogro" --
Andrzej Wajda : between the permissible and the impermissible --
John Sayles : counterculture revisited --
Krzysztof Zanussi : working of a pure heart --
Molly Haskell : film criticism and feminism --
Budd Schulberg : the screen playwright as author --
Satyajit Ray : in retrospect --
Constantin Costa-Gavras (3) : "Missing."
Other Titles: Cineaste.
Responsibility: Dan Georgakas, Lenny Rubenstein.

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