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The Kubrick files From the archives of cinematic genius In 1968, when Stanley Kubrick was asked to comment on the metaphysical significance of 2001: A Space Odyssey , he replied: “It’s not a message I ever intended to convey in words. 2001 is a…

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British photographers Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low have created a highly original art project based on the brilliant artifice of the spectacular sets from the latest James Bond movie, Spectre . Shooting entirely at Pinewood Studios in UK, the artist duo…

Robert Frank: Film Works

by Robert Frank

|October 25, 2016


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The significance of Robert Frank's photography is unquestionable. His The Americans is arguably the most important American photography publication of the postwar period, and his work has spawned numerous disciples, as well as a rich critical literature. It is…

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Based in New York City-in the grit, steel girders, and graffiti of the metropolis-George Tsypin's Opera Factory creates visions of towering gods, underwater kingdoms, constructivist reveries, skyscraping towers, and earth-bound angels. Tsypin's award-winning…

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This book is the script for Joseph , the new film by Peter Greenaway (born 1942), an ironic portrayal of the figure of Joseph, father of Jesus. Here, God--"the other father"--becomes, in Greenaway's words, "vulnerable to jealousy ... since he has a rival on…

The Movies of Susanne Bier: a Cohesive Discourse

by Rene Hirsch

|This title releases December 11, 2016

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This book analyses the various narrative material found in five of the films Susanne Bier directed between 1999 and 2007, four of them belonging to her ‘Danish’ period, the fifth one being her first American feature. The first part deals with the narratives…