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Notre librairie en ligne spécialisée dans les livres sur le cinéma propose une vaste sélection d'ouvrages sur l'histoire du cinéma, les techniques de réalisation, les biographies d'acteurs et bien plus encore. Plongez dans l'univers fascinant du 7ème art.

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  • William Friedkin Interviews
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    By: University Press of Mississippi

    William Friedkin Interviews

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    34,00 €
    Collected interviews with the Academy Award–winning director of the critically and commercially successful films The French Connection and The Exorcist.
  • The Berlin School and Its Global Contexts
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    By: Wayne State University Press

    The Berlin School and Its Global Contexts

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    36,00 €
    The Berlin School and Its Global Contexts: A Transnational Art-Cinema came about in light of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)'s 2013 major exhibition of works by contemporary German directors associated with the so-called Berlin School, perhaps Germany's most important contemporary filmmaking movement. Christoph Hochhäusler, the movement's keenest spokesperson, stated that 'the Berlin School, despite what the label suggests, is not a specifically German phenomenon.
  • Otto Preminger Interviews
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    By: University Press of Mississippi

    Otto Preminger Interviews

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    34,00 €
    Otto Preminger (1905–1986), whose Hollywood career spanned the 1930s through the 1970s, is popularly remembered for the acclaimed films he directed, among which are the classic film noir Laura, the social-realist melodrama The Man with the Golden Arm, the CinemaScope musical Carmen Jones, and the riveting courtroom drama Anatomy of a Murder. As a screen actor, he forged an indelible impression as a sadistic Nazi in Billy Wilder’s Stalag 17 and as the diabolical Mr. Freeze in television’s Batman.
  • Bertrand Tavernier Interviews
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    By: University Press of Mississippi

    Bertrand Tavernier Interviews

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    29,00 €
    Conversations with Filmmakers Series
  • Luchino Visconti and the Fabric of Cinema
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    By: Wayne State University Press

    Luchino Visconti and the Fabric of Cinema

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    41,00 €
    Unveils the metaphoric and theoretical possibilities of fabric in the films of Luchino Visconti. In Luchino Visconti and the Fabric of Cinema, Joe McElhaney situates Visconti's films as privileged and deeply expressive instances of a trope that McElhaney identifies as the 'cinema of fabric': a reoccurrence in film in which textiles—clothing, curtains, tablecloths, bedsheets—determine the filming process.
  • The Crime Films of Anthony Mann
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    By: University Press of Mississippi

    The Crime Films of Anthony Mann

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    34,00 €
    A survey and rediscovery of the many noir films directed by a master of the Western
  • Hanna-Barbera - A History
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    By: McFarland

    Hanna-Barbera - A History

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    34,00 €
    With careers spanning eight decades, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera were two of the most prolific animation producers in American history. In 1940, the two met at MGM and created Tom and Jerry, who would earn 14 Academy Award nominations and seven wins.
  • The Films of Douglas Sirk
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    By: University Press of Mississippi

    The Films of Douglas Sirk

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    40,00 €
    Best known for powerful 1950s melodramas like All That Heaven Allows, Written on the Wind, The Tarnished Angels, and Imitation of Life, Douglas Sirk (1897–1987) brought to all his work a distinctive style that led to his reputation as one of twentieth-century film’s great directors. Sirk worked in Europe during the 1930s, mainly for Germany’s UFA studios, and then in America in the 1940s and ’50s.
  • Akira Kurosawa and Modern Japan
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    By: McFarland

    Akira Kurosawa and Modern Japan

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    57,00 €
    The samurai films of legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa are set in the past, but they tell us much about the present, as do his crime stories, romances, military films, medical dramas and art films. His movies are beloved for their timeless protagonists and haunting vistas of old Japan, but we haven’t yet fully grasped everything they can teach us about modern Japan. Kurosawa’s films evolved as Japan redefined and reinvented itself, from movies made for the wartime regime to those made amid the trials of American occupation.
  • Sonny Boy : A Memoir - edition francaise
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    By: LE SEUIL EDITIONS

    Sonny Boy : A Memoir - edition francaise

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    25,00 €

    From one of the most iconic actors in the history of film, an astonishingly revelatory account of a creative life in fullTo the wider world, Al Pacino exploded onto the scene like a supernova. He landed his first leading role, in The Panic in Needle Park, in 1971, and by 1975, he had starred in four movies—The Godfather and The Godfather Part II, Serpico, and Dog Day Afternoon—that were not just successes but landmarks in the history of film. Those performances became legendary and changed his life forever.

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  • Sonny Boy : A Memoir
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    By: PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE

    Sonny Boy : A Memoir

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    29,95 €

    From one of the most iconic actors in the history of film, an astonishingly revelatory account of a creative life in fullTo the wider world, Al Pacino exploded onto the scene like a supernova. He landed his first leading role, in The Panic in Needle Park, in 1971, and by 1975, he had starred in four movies—The Godfather and The Godfather Part II, Serpico, and Dog Day Afternoon—that were not just successes but landmarks in the history of film. Those performances became legendary and changed his life forever.

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    iDoc

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    12,00 €