The New Biographical Dictionary of Film PDF ePub eBook

Author:
title
  • Format Name: The New Biographical Dictionary of Film
  • Author:
  • Publisher: Little, Brown
  • Data Published: 02 November 2002
  • ISBN: 0316859052
  • EAN:
  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 12MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 980 pages
  • Age+:
  • Rating:

Rating eBooks
Rating Download eBooks

Advertising



In the eight years since the third edition of this reference was published, careers have waxed and waned, reputations been made and lost, great movies produced, trends set and scorned. This fourth edition has 200 entirely new entries and every original entry has been re-examined. Thus the roster of directors, actors, producers, screenwriters and cameramen is both historical and contemporary, with old masters reappraised in terms of how their work has lasted. Each of the 1000 profiles is a critical essay. Aiming to strike a balance between personal bias and factual reliability, David Thomson - novelist, critic, biographer and unabashed film addict - has provided a rich reference reflecting on the art and artists of the cinema.

About David Thomson

David Thomson is London-born but has lived and worked in California for over twenty years. He writes and reviews films regularly for major press publications.

5 Comments

  •  
    Landon
    3 June 2016

    I couldn't put the witch hunter down until I finished It. like she Фcast a spell on me'. Great job, I can't wait to order the king hunter!

    REPLY
  •  
    Luckhardt
    12 April 2016

    Based on the questions asked and answered about poetry submissions, I think this is the case but want to make sure Р up to 40 pages of prose can include multiple pieces, but be considered, total, one single entry? Thanks.

    REPLY
    •  
      Ragan
      20 May 2016

      Thanks again for sharing your thoughts.

      REPLY
    •  
      Bitsko
      22 June 2016

      Thank u for ur answer in advance!

      REPLY
  •  
    Alsalen
    01 February 2016

    It reminds me of this Scene out of "the Story of Us"Bruce Willis's character, Ben who's a writer calls his Agent Dave, played by Paul Reiser.

    REPLY

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *

Cancel reply

Latest Posts

Advertising