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Jane Campion : interviews

Author: Jane Campion; Virginia Wright Wexman
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1999.
Series: Conversations with filmmakers series.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jane Campion has gained worldwide admiration and respect for outstanding films that are sharply focused on unusual women.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Jane Campion; Jane Campion; Jane Campion; Jane Campion; Jane Campion
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Campion; Virginia Wright Wexman
ISBN: 1578060826 9781578060825 1578060834 9781578060832
OCLC Number: 39924076
Description: xxvii, 216 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Jane Campion / Mark Stiles --
The new filmmakers / Kristin Williamson --
Getting it in the Cannes / Yvonne Preston --
The contradictions of Jane Campion, Cannes winner ; Campion : Cannes she do it? / Andrew L. Urban --
Jane Campion / Philippa Hawker --
Campion goes out on a limb-again / Ruth Messey --
Two interviews with Jane Campion / Michel Ciment --
Sugar with the Sweetie / Carla Hall --
A director strikes an intimate chord / Carrie Rickey --
The sweet smell of success / Donna Yuzwalk --
Angel with an eccentric eye / Lynden Barber --
The red wigs of autobiography : interview with Jane Campion / Michel Ciment --
Jane's film career takes wing / Katherine Tulich --
Jane Campion interviewed / Hunter Cordaiy --
Interview with Jane Campion : in the country of the hypersensitive / Yves Alion --
How women live their lives / Heike-Melba Fendel --
Structure is essential/absolutely crucial/one of the most important things / Andreas Furler --
Jane Campion: making friends by directing films / Marli Feldvoss --
Interview with Jane Campion : more barbarian than aesthete / Thomas Bourguignon and Michel Ciment --
The piano / Miro Bilbrough --
The piano : interview with Jane Campion / Vincent Ostria and Thierry Jousse --
At Cannes, a fade-in on women / Sharon Waxman --
Me Jane / Jim Schembri --
Playing it low-key / Lynden Barber --
Piano's good companions / Andrew L. Urban --
Jane Campion directs on instinct / David Sterritt --
Jane Campion's lunatic women / Mary Cantwell --
The arts/film / Sandra Hall --
Jane Campion, the classical romantic / Jay Carr --
Campion takes on Spielberg at his game / Vicky Roach --
A light on the dark secrets of depression / Sue Willliams --
A voyage to discover herself / Michel Ciment --
Jane Campion / Rachel Abramowitz --
Portrait of a director / Kennedy Fraser --
Portrait of a lady and her films / Susan Saccoccia --
Jane Campion is called the best female director in the world. What's female got to do with it? / Lizzie France.
Series Title: Conversations with filmmakers series.
Responsibility: edited by Virginia Wright Wexman.

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Jane Campion has gained worldwide admiration and respect for outstanding films that are sharply focused on unusual women.

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