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Robert M. Young : Essays on the Films.

Author: Leon Lewis
Publisher: Jefferson : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2005.
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Robert Young began his prolific filmmaking career while a student at Harvard University, where he majored in English literature, founded the Harvard Film Society, and, with the help of several colleagues, put together his first film (about a Boston factory worker). His reputation as a documentary filmmaker earned him a prestigious position with NBC, and he has since worked within and without the Hollywood production  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Lewis, Leon.
Robert M. Young : Essays on the Films.
Jefferson : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, ©2005
Named Person: Robert M Young; Robert M Young
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leon Lewis
ISBN: 9780786482719 0786482710 1322567239 9781322567235
OCLC Number: 899148527
Description: 1 online resource (272 pages)
Contents: Cover; Contents; Introduction by Leon Lewis; 1. Interview with Robert M. Young (Edwin T. Arnold); 2. NBC White Paper, Cortile Cascino, and the Assault on the Familiar (Craig Fischer); 3. Demanding Dignity: Nothing But a Man (Bruce Dick and Mark Vogel); 4.!Alambrista! Walking the Illegal Tightrope (Melissa E. Barth); 5. From Cell to Celluloid: A Dramaturgical Note on Miguel Piñero's Short Eyes (John Crutchfield) ; 6. Ballad of Gregorio Cortez: A Traditional Tale for Postmodern Times (Cecelia Conway); 7. Love, Death and Healing: Some Psychoanalytic Themes in Extremities (Roger James Stilling). 8. "Don't Let Anybody Hurt Anybody": Working-Class Masculinity in Dominick and Eugene (Alexander H. Pitofsky)9. Memory and History in Triumph of the Spirit (Zohara Boyd and Rosemary Horowitz); 10. "California Dreamin'": Talent for the Game (Eugene L. Miller); 11. Stereotypes Collide: Machismo and Marianismo in Roosters (Holly E. Martin); 12. Space and Sexuality in Caught (Thomas McLaughlin); 13. From Script to Screen: Adaptation of Richard Dresser's Below the Belt (Dennis Bohr); Appendix A: Filmography; Appendix B: Chronology; The Contributors; Index.

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Robert Young began his prolific filmmaking career while a student at Harvard University, where he majored in English literature, founded the Harvard Film Society, and, with the help of several colleagues, put together his first film (about a Boston factory worker). His reputation as a documentary filmmaker earned him a prestigious position with NBC, and he has since worked within and without the Hollywood production system for five decades. At age 80, Robert M. Young continues to be actively involved in a variety of projects as a commercially successful filmmaker and an independent artist. In.

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