The Hollywood Interviews by John Cahiers du CinemaThe Hollywood Interviews by John Cahiers du Cinema

The Hollywood Interviews

byJohn Cahiers du CinemaEditorCahiers Du CinemaTranslated byJohn Flower

Paperback | August 1, 2006

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"There are no good and bad movies, only good and bad directors." Francois Truffaut's famous statement defined a new way of seeing cinema as an art form and its directors as artists or auteurs. The Hollywood Interviews brings together five of the greatest of contemporary auteur directors - Francis Ford Coppola, Brian de Palma, Martin Scorsese, Clint Eastwood and Tim Burton - and the directorial team of the Coen brothers. Together, they represent some of the leading directors of the last twenty years of cinema. All are auteurs, directors with vision whose movies reflect their particular obsessions and ways of seeing the world.The interviews were all commissioned for the legendary film collective, Cahiers du Cinema, the first group of critics to treat films, particularly Hollywood films, as a serious art form. Conducted in the tradition of Cahiers' famously in-depth, critical and engaged style, these interviews catch each director at a crucial juncture in their development.
Edited by Cahiers du Cinema Translated from the French by John Flower
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Title:The Hollywood InterviewsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:151 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.35 inPublished:August 1, 2006Publisher:BloomsburyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1845204417

ISBN - 13:9781845204419

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Table of Contents

Introduction by Nicolas Saada 1. Francis Ford Coppola 2. Brian de Palma 3. Martin Scorsese 4. Clint Eastwood 5. Ethan and Joel Coen 6. Tim Burton Filmographies

Editorial Reviews

'Eastwood, Scorsese, Coppola, De Palma, Burton, the Coen brothers - the signature filmmakers of our time sit still for marvellous in-depth conversations at pivotal moments in their careers. What could be better?'Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times'Those who enjoy cinema interviews, readers, cinephiels, cinema journalists, will not resist the urge to read these slices of Talking Images from the mouths of the geniuses who dream them. . .Another great title from Berg Publishers.'Objectif Cinema