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Interviews with film directors

Author: Andrew Sarris
Publisher: Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, ©1967.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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. Thus, directors whose fame is yet to come and directors who have been  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Ingmar Bergman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Sarris
OCLC Number: 11886305
Notes: Published in 1972 under title: Hollywood voices.
Description: x, 478 pages : portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Fall and rise of the film director --
Michelangelo Antonioni --
Ingmar Bergman --
Robert Bresson --
Peter Brook --
Luis Bunuel --
Claude Chabrol --
Charles Chaplin --
George Cukor --
Clive Donner --
Carl Dreyer --
Sergei Eisenstein --
Federico Fellini --
John Ford --
Jean-Luc Godard --
Howard Hawks --
Alfred Hitchcock --
John Huston --
Buster Keaton --
Akira Kurosawa --
Fritz Lang --
David Lean --
Joseph Losey (with Nicholas Ray) --
Ernst Lubitsch --
Rouben Manoulian --
Max Ophuls --
Pier Paolo Pasolini --
Sam Peckinpah --
Abraham Polonsky --
Otto Preminger --
Nicholas Ray (with Joseph Losey) --
Satyajit Ray --
Jean Renoir --
Alain Resnais --
Leni Riefenstahl --
Roberto Rossellini --
Josef von Sternberg --
Erich von Stroheim --
Preston Sturges --
Francois Truffaut --
Orson Welles.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew Sarris.

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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. Thus, directors whose fame is yet to come and directors who have been overlooked or underrated share equal billing with the acknowledged great men of film history. The directors: Michelangelo Antonioni; Ingmar Begman; Robert Besson; Peter Brook; Luis Bunuel; Claude Chabrol; George Cukor; Clive Donner; Carl Dreyer; Sergei Eisenstein; Federico Fellini; John Ford; Jean-Luc Godard; Howard Hawks; Alfred Hitchcock; John Huston; Buster Keaton; Akira Kurosawa; Fritz Lang; David Lean; Joseph Losey; Ernst Lubitsch; Rouben Mamoulian; Max Ophuls; Pier Paolo Pasolini; Sam Peckinpah; Abraham Polonsky; Otto Preminger; Nicholas Ray; Satyajit Ray; Leni Riefenstahl; Jean Renoir; Alain Resnais; Roberto Rossellini; Josef von Sternber; Erich von Stroheim; Preston Sturges; Francois Truffaut; Orson Welles. In addition to his long, interpretive introduction on the history of the director as the significant artist in the creation of a film, Mr. Sarris has prefaced each interview with a brief essay evaluating the director's career, included a photograph of him (often at work) and a filmography.

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