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The Films Of Joseph Losey

Author : James Palmer
ISBN : 0521387809
Genre : Performing Arts
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The career of the expatriate director is re-examined through an analysis of: King and Country, The Servant, Accident, The Go-Between and the Romantic Englishwoman. Concerned with the abuse of power inherent in intimate relationships, he examined its manifestations in institutions and social classes as well.
Category: Performing Arts

The Cinema Of Joseph Losey

Author : James Leahy
ISBN : UOM:39015003856237
Genre : Motion picture producers and directors
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Joseph Losey

Author : Colin Gardner
ISBN : 0719067839
Genre : Performing Arts
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A career-length study of Losey's British films, this text incorporates film theory of the past 20 years into an analysis of Losey's work in an accessible format for both students and film enthusiasts.
Category: Performing Arts

Joseph Losey

Author : David Caute
ISBN : UCSC:32106013421604
Genre : Motion picture producers and directors
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Losey's career began with experimental theatre in N.Y. and on to the Hollywood blacklists. In addition to appraising his thirty-one features, provides a compelling portrait of a hugely driven talent, honoured in Europe but ignored in Hollywood, whose creative generosity, alcohol addiction and sometimes brutal egoism excited equally fierce reactions.
Category: Motion picture producers and directors

Joseph Losey

Author : Foster Hirsch
ISBN : UOM:39015003856252
Genre : Losey, Joseph
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The Films Of Harold Pinter

Author : Steven H. Gale
ISBN : 0791449319
Genre : Performing Arts
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Examines the screenplays of the master British dramatist and screenwriter Harold Pinter.
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Time Without Pity

Author : Colin Gardner
ISBN : OCLC:38929849
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Major Film Directors Of The American And British Cinema

Author : Gene D. Phillips
ISBN : 0934223599
Genre : Performing Arts
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"This new edition of Major Film Directors of the American and British Cinemas is a revised, updated, and expanded version of the previous edition. Gene D. Phillips focuses on fourteen American and British directors to tell the story of the history of cinema from the days of silent movies to the advent of sound, color, and widescreen. Phillips has chosen those moviemakers who have made enduring works that still appeal to filmgoers today, as attested by their availability on television and on videocassette. Moreover, Phillips seeks to represent the various trends in filmmaking that have evolved over the years, such as American film noir, which is included in the discussion of Alfred Hitchcock's films, and British social realism, which is included in the discussion of Bryan Forbes's films."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Performing Arts

British Rural Landscapes On Film

Author : Paul Newland
ISBN : 9781526104694
Genre : Performing Arts
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British rural landscapes on film offers insights into how rural areas in Britain have been represented on film, from the silent era, through both world wars, and on into the twenty-first century. It is the first book to exclusively deal with representations of the British countryside on film. The contributors demonstrate that the countryside has provided Britain (and its constituent nations and regions) with a dense range of spaces in which cultural identities have been (and continue to be) worked through. British rural landscapes on film demonstrates that British cinema provides numerous examples of how national identity and the identity of the countryside have been partly constructed through filmic representation, and how British rural films can allow us to further understand the relationship between the cultural identities of specific areas of Britain and the landscapes they inhabit.
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Exilic Vision And The Cinematic Interrogation Of Britain

Author : Christopher Weedman
ISBN : OCLC:800058202
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This interdisciplinary dissertation examines the relationship between exile and collaborative authorship in the films of blacklisted American director Joseph Losey and British-Jewish playwright/screenwriter Harold Pinter. During the 1960s and early 1970s, they collaborated on the celebrated British art-house films The Servant (1963, based on the novella by Robin Maugham), Accident (1967, based on the novel by Nicholas Mosley), and The Go-Between (1971, based on the novel by L.P. Hartley), which won the prestigious Palme d'Or at the 1971 Cannes International Film Festival. Both Losey and Pinter commented frequently on the synergistic nature of their successful collaboration, but Anglo-American film scholarship tends to often incorrectly interpret the collaboration as a disproportionate alliance of talent with Losey serving subordinately to the Nobel laureate Pinter's dramatic genius. This dissertation analyzes 'The Servant ', 'Accident', and 'The Go-Between' against the socio-political climate of Britain in the 1960s and early 1970s, as well as the creative and economic alliance between the British and Hollywood film industries during this significant filmmaking period. The goal is not only to illustrate that the Losey-Pinter collaboration cannot be placed easily within a single author paradigm, but also that studies of film collaboration need to consider relevant historical, socio-political, and industrial factors.
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Conversations With Losey

Author : Joseph Losey
ISBN : UOM:39015011244160
Genre : Motion picture producers and directors
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British Cinema In The 1950 S

Author : Ian MacKillop
ISBN : 0719064899
Genre : History
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This book offers a startling re-evaluation of what has until now been seen as the most critically lackluster period of the British cinema. Twenty writers contribute essays that rediscover and reassess the productions of the Festival of Britain decade, during which the vitality of wartime film-making flowed into new forms. Topics covered include genres such as the B-film, the war film, the woman's picture, the theatrical adaptation and comedy; also social issues such as censorship and the screen representation of childhood.
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Joseph Losey

Author : Edith de Rham
ISBN : UOM:39015024784210
Genre : Motion picture producers and directors
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Proust Screenplay The

Author : Harold Pinter
ISBN : 080213646X
Genre : Drama
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Presents the author's never-produced screenplay of Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past," created with the collaboration of director Joseph Losey and Proust scholar Barbara Bray over the course of one year in the early 1970s.
Category: Drama

Modern Britain

Author : Boris Ford
ISBN : 0521428890
Genre : Art
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This generously illustrated book is a comprehensive survey of the arts in Britain from 1945. Uniquely, it also reveals the cultural and social setting in which the writers, musicians, architects and artists of the age have worked. An outstanding team of specialist writers explores the main strands of artistic activity in a period characterised by rapid technological change, the Cold War and the rise of youth culture. Artists including Henry Moore and Graham Sutherland and writers like Philip Larkin. Angus Wilson and Doris Lessing emerged in this era. Classical music flourished with Britten, Walton and Tippett and the rapid development of film, television and radio was to leave an indelible imprint on popular culture. An introductory chapter offers a cultural and social backdrop to the period. Fully illustrated chapters follow, written by foremost specialists. One major branch of the arts is explored in each. Special topics include the development of the BBC Third Programme and industrial design. This is a unique bring-together in a single volume of all the main strands of creative life in modern Britain.
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Opera On Screen

Author : Marcia J. Citron
ISBN : 0300081588
Genre : Performing Arts
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"The author draws on ideas from diverse fields, including media studies and gender studies, to examine issues ranging from the relationship between sound and image to the place of the viewer in relation to the spectacle. As she raises questions about divisions between high art and popular art and about the tensions between live and reproduced art forms, Citron reveals how screen treatments reinforce opera's vitality in a media-intensive age."--BOOK JACKET.
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Don T Look Now

Author : Paul Newland
ISBN : 9781841503202
Genre : Performing Arts
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While postwar British cinema and the British new wave have received much scholarly attention, the misunderstood period of the 1970s has been comparatively ignored. Don’t Look Now uncovers forgotten but richly rewarding films, including Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now and the films of Lindsay Anderson and Barney Platts-Mills. This volume offers insight into the careers of important filmmakers and sheds light on the genres of experimental film, horror, rock and punk films, as well as representations of the black community, shifts in gender politics, and adaptations of television comedies. The contributors ask searching questions about the nature of British film culture and its relationship to popular culture, television, and the cultural underground.
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