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  • By: LAURENCE KING

    Gus Van Sant : the art of making movies

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    27,00 €

    From Drugstore Cowboy to Elephant, Milk and Good Will Hunting, Gus Van Sant?s films have captured the imagination of more than one generation. Alongside his filmaking, however, Van Sant is also an artist, photographer and writer. Based on a series of completely new and exclusive interviews, this book provides a personal insight into how Van Sant successfully approaches these different and very varied artforms, providing an inspirational look into the working life of one of America?s most pivotal cultural and creative practitioners.

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  • By: Abrams & Chronicle

    Wes Anderson: The Grand Budapest Hotel

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    45,00 €
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  • By: FABER AND FABER

    The Banshees of Inisherin

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    11,70 €
  • By: FABER AND FABER

    The Big Goodbye

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    12,90 €

    Chinatown and the Last Years of Hollywood

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  • By: FABER AND FABER

    Hollywood: The Oral History

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    29,30 €

    Hollywood: The Oral History covers the history of Hollywood from the Silent era up to the 21st century.

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  • By: FABER AND FABER

    We'll Always Have Casablanca

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    15,20 €

    Released in 1942, the film won 4 Oscars, including Best Picture and featured unforgettable performances by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
    The book offers a rich account of the film’s origins, the myths and realities behind its production, and the reasons it remains so revered today.

    Through extensive research and interviews with film-makers, Noah Isenberg explores he ways in which the film continues to dazzle audiences and saturate popular culture 75 years after its release.

  • By: FABER AND FABER

    Mike Leigh on Mike Leigh

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    29,30 €

    Five-time Oscar nominee and BAFTA winner, the only British director to have won the top prize at both Cannes (for Secrets & Lies) and Venice (for Vera Drake) – Mike Leigh is unquestionably one of world cinema’s
    pre-eminent figures. Now, in this definitive career-length interview, he reflects on all that has gone into the making of his unique body of work.

  • By: FABER AND FABER

    Conclusions

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    23,40 €

    John Boorman is one of the cinema’s authentic visionaries, drawn to myths and dreams. The undisputed heir to David Lean, his films, such as Point Blank, Deliverance and Excalibur, exhibit a continual search for the truth that only art can convey.

    In Conclusions Boorman summarises what he has learned about the craft of film-making, and wishes to pass on to the next generation of film-makers. Into this tapestry of cinematic memories, he also weaves the story of his kith and kin, including the death of his cherished elder daughter, and an evocation of the forest of trees that he has planted as his final legacy.

  • By: FABER AND FABER

    Faber Book of Mexican Cinema

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    19,90 €

    Twelve years ago, Amores Perros erupted in the cinemas across the world and announced the arrival of Mexican film-makers. The film-makers profiled in that book have now come of age and have made a decisive impact on the international cinema scene.

  • By: FABER AND FABER

    The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

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    15,20 €

    Death is always the issue—in life, and in the Western. Joel and Ethan Coen’s The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a movie of six Western stories. In each, our common destination is approached by a different road. Through each, diverse characters hurry for their final appointment: Oregon Trail-travelers, a gold prospector, a motley crew of stagecoach passengers, a high-plains drifting bank robber, even a singing cowboy. These six stories escort them with a care that either respects, or mocks, the dignity of all.
    The film stars Tom Waits, James Franco, Liam Neeson, Tim Bake Nelson and Zoe Kazan and is shot with the harsh grandeur of the classic John Ford westerns.

  • By: FABER AND FABER

    The Man Who Invented Motion Pictures

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    23,40 €

    ‘Fascinating . . . filled with lively historical digressions.’ New York Times ‘Best True Crime of 2022’

    In 1888 Louis Le Prince shot the world’s first motion picture in Leeds, England.

    In 1890, weeks before the public unveiling of his camera and projector – a year before Thomas Edison announced that the had invented a motion picture camera – Le Prince stepped on a train in France – and disappeared without a trace. He was never seen or heard from again. No body was ever found.

    Le Prince’s family were convinced Edison had stolen Louis’s work, and so they sued the most famous inventor in the world. By the time the lawsuit was over, Le Prince’s own son was dead under suspicious circumstances – and modern Hollywood was being born.

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