Rouben Mamoulian

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Oktober 2010



Tom Milne's classic study of the great Armenian-American Director provides a film-by-film analysis of Mamoulian's film-making career, from Applause (1929) to Silk Stockings (1957), by way of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1931) and Queen Christina (1933). This new edition includes an introduction by Geoff Andrew.


Introduction to the 2010 Edition by Geoff Andrew  Introduction to the 1969 Edition  Applause  City Streets  Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde  Love Me Tonight  Song of Songs  Queen Christina  We Live Again  Becky Sharp  The Gay Desperado  High, Wide and Handsome  Golden Boy  The Mark of Zorro  Blood and Sand  Rings on her Fingers  Summer Holiday  Silk Stockings  Filmography Acknowledgements


TOM MILNE was a leading British film Critic, contributing to Sight& Sound, the Monthly Film Bulletin, The Observer, The Financial Times and The Times during his career. During the 1960s he worked at the British Film Institute as Associate Editor of Sight& Sound and Editor of the Monthly Film Bulletin. In addition to his study of Mamoulian, published in the BFI/Thames& Hudson Cinema One series, Milne published a number of monographs on Film Directors Joseph Losey (1967) - also in the Cinema One series - and a short study on the Danish Director Carl Theodor Dreyer (1971) and edited and translated an anthology of interviews and writings on Jean-Luc Godard (1972). Tom Milne had a lifelong interest in the translation and subtitling of French films for television screenings and was the Founding Editor of the Time Out Film Guide, first published in 1989.   Introduction by GEOFF ANDREW  - Head of the Film Programme at BFI Southbank, UK, and was previously Film Editor of Time Out London. He is the author of several books including Nicholas Ray: Poet of Nightfall (BFI, 2004) and, in the BFI Film Classics series, volumes on Kieslowski's Three Colours Trilogy and Kiarostami's 10. 

EAN: 9781844573523
ISBN: 1844573524
Untertitel: 'BFI Silver'. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2010
Seitenanzahl: 179 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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