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  • THE CINEMA OF HAYAO MIYAZAKI
    Jeremy Mark Robinson
    THE CINEMA OF HAYAO MIYAZAKI By Jeremy Mark Robinson Born on January 5, 1941 in Tokyo, Hayao Miyazaki is known as the ’Japanese Disney’, a filmmaker as revered - and as popular - as Walt Disney or Steven Spielberg. Miyazaki, in short, is a true phenomenon in contemporary animation and in world cinema.  Hayao Miyazaki's movies include Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl&#...
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    33,79 €

  • THE JAMES BOND MOVIES OF THE 1980s
    Thomas A. Christie / Thomas AChristie
    THE JAMES BOND MOVIES OF THE 1980sBy Thomas A. Christie A survey of the series of James Bond films, which have long been considered among the most popular and successful of British movies, and have also come to be regarded as a useful barometer of Western geopolitical attitudes throughout the series’ long-running duration. This new book from Thomas A. Christie takes a look at ...
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    26,72 €

  • PRINCESS MONONOKE
    Jeremy Mark Robinson
    PRINCESS MONONOKE: HAYAO MIYAZAKI: POCKET MOVIE GUIDEREVISED AND UPDATED, WITH NEW ILLUSTRATIONS This book focusses on Hayao Miyazaki’s 1997 masterpiece Princess Mononoke. Princess Mononoke is a work of genius. It is a masterpiece. It is one of the most staggeringly incredible films you will ever see. By any standards you want to apply, the level of imagination and artistry ...
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    33,94 €

  • SPIRITED AWAY
    Jeremy Mark Robinson
    SPIRITED AWAY: HAYAO MIYAZAKI: POCKET MOVIE GUIDEREVISED AND UPDATED, WITH NEW ILLUSTRATIONS This book focusses on Hayao Miyazaki’s 2001 masterpiece Spirited Away, winner of the Best Animated Movie Oscar. Spirited Away (Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi) is without a doubt a masterpiece of cinema, and one of Hayao Miyazaki’s great works. It is one of the most spectacular films of ...
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    33,90 €

  • Bob Crane
    Carol M. Ford / Carol MFord / Dee Young / Linda J. Groundwater / Linda JGroundwater
    The Estate of Bob Crane and I both worked closely with Carol and Linda, and immeasurably appreciate all of the hard work and dedication they put into this book. The only truthful and accurate account of my dad’s life. -Scott CraneSince his untimely death on June 29, 1978, Bob Crane’s unofficial biography has become akin to a broken record. Like a skip in the acetate, his murder...
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    32,58 €

  • Seeking Perfection
    Jonathan Melville
    A behind the scenes look at the making of Tremors and its sequels in the 25th anniversary year 'This high-access tell-all...[is] an unexpected treat' - 4/5, Empire Welcome to Perfection, Nevada A throwback to the kind of sci-fi B movies that had long gone out of fashion, Tremors was a box office flop that became a home video phenomenon, spawning multiple sequels and a shor...
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    21,00 €

  • On Location In Blairstown
    David Grove
    On location in Blairstown: The Making of Friday the 13th covers the creation, planning and filming of the iconic 1980 film, Friday the 13th in a way that no other film has been documented before. Through the memories of the cast and crew, many speaking for the first (and last) time, as well as previously-undiscovered production information and materials, On location in Blairsto...
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    49,09 €

  • Good Films, Cheap Wine, Few Friends
    Juan Luis Bunuel
    The memoirs of Juan Luis Buñuel (b. 1934 in Paris) offer a first-hand look at the life of a vibrant man who has been surrounded by important figures of the twentieth century, including his father Luis Buñuel, Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, and Orson Welles, among many others. A filmmaker, sculptor, painter and raconteur in his own right, Juan Luis’s writings reveal a Buñuelian se...
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    36,71 €

  • On Location in Blairstown
    David Grove
    On location in Blairstown: The Making of Friday the 13th covers the creation, planning and filming of the iconic 1980 film, Friday the 13th in a way that no other film has been documented before. Through the memories of the cast and crew, many speak for the first (and last) time, as well as previously-undiscovered production information and materials, On location in Blairstown ...
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    35,50 €

  • BLADE RUNNER
    Jeremy Mark Robinson
    BLADE RUNNER: POCKET MOVIE GUIDEREVISED AND UPDATED. HARDCOVER. This book is a guide to the 1982 movie made from Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick - Blade Runner. A thorough exploration of Blade Runner forms the core of the book, looking at the conception, production, themes, critical reception and influence of the 1982 Warner Brothers movie in every deta...
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    39,93 €

  • States of danger and deceit
    This HOME film dossier revisits a key decade in European film history. The 1970s was a period of great social upheaval and these are the films that reflect it. ...
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    35,91 €

  • States of danger and deceit
    This HOME film dossier revisits a key decade in European film history. The 1970s was a period of great social upheaval and these are the films that reflect it. ...
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    169,87 €

  • Through a Nuclear Lens
    Hannah Holtzman
    Examines the increasingly reciprocal nature of Franco-Japanese cultural exchange through films that center on nuclear issues. ...
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    126,88 €

  • Listening to Others
    A collection of original essays and previously untranslated critical writings on the renowned Brazilian documentary filmmaker, Eduardo Coutinho. ...
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    126,41 €

  • Starlight and Stargazers
    Helena Goscilo
    Celebrification has thrived for centuries in literature, theater, music, and other cultural spheres, as vividly illustrated by Byron, Sarah Bernhardt, and Paganini. It especially effloresced in cinema after the symbolically named Lumièegrave;re brothers pioneered movies as light-projected 'moving life' to be contemplated and shared in the intimate darkness of theaters. Actors a...
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    188,31 €

  • Discovering Kes
    David Glynne Fox
    Whoever could have guessed that a Ken Loach film produced on a low budget, with no big stars, no sex, little violence, the wrong kind of bird and with a sad ending, could ever have resulted in a major classic, loved by millions. Such was the case with Kes, which resulted from the 1968 Barry Hines novel A Kestrel for a Knave.Kes was one of those rare films which concerned the wo...
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    37,00 €

  • C’era una volta in America di Sergio Leone
    Simone Malacrida
    'C’era una volta in America' è l’ultimo film di Sergio Leone, quello che lo stesso regista definì 'il mio cinema'.Con una gestazione molto travagliata, tanto da occupare quindici anni dalla prima idea alla definitiva realizzazione, e con una durata complessiva di molto superiore alla normale estensione di una pellicola cinematografica, questo film si tramuta in un discorso sul ...
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    8,74 €

  • The Genius of Barry Lyndon
    Patrick Webster
    One of the most visually compelling films ever made, Barry Lyndon can--and should, argues the author--be seen as Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece. This comprehensive analysis examines such topics as the unique way in which Kubrick photographed the film, Kubrick’s subtle understanding of cinematic storytelling, the deliberate upturning of generic expectation, and the eclectic us...
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    108,40 €

  • The Human Figure on Film
    Seth Barry Watter
    Offers a fresh approach to the problem of the human figure in an age of digital cinema. ...
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    43,61 €

  • Is Harpo Free?
    Matthew Cipa
    Examines how philosophical concepts like free will, personal identity, and goodness are given an artistic life in films and television programs. ...
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    126,95 €

  • Joan Crawford in Film Noir
    David Meuel
    Joan Crawford’s contribution to film noir during the 1940s and 1950s, though rarely discussed in its totality, is one of her most impressive and far-reaching career achievements. Several of her noir and noir-tinged efforts contain arguably her best acting work, and all bear her personal stamp. These aren’t conventional film noirs, they are Joan Crawford noirs: highly distinc...
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    57,46 €

  • The Music of Space
    Chris Carberry
    Since the early days of motion picture production, film scores have helped define our emotional and aesthetic perception of stories on screen--particularly with space movies and television. The music from The Day the Earth Stood Still, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and others has helped define the public’s awareness of space almost as much...
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    57,14 €

  • Yiddish Cinema
    Jonah Corne / Monika Vrečar
    Offers a bold new reading of Yiddish cinema by exploring the early diasporic cinema’s fascination with media and communication. ...
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    46,84 €

  • HITCHOLOGY
    Neil Alcock
    Murder! Mothers! Men on the run!Film fans know these are just a few key ingredients of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies. When Hitchcock fused these elements with his innovative directorial approach, that blend of familiar themes and stylistic ingenuity became known as ’Hitchcockian’. In a refreshingly original way, HITCHOLOGY considers how Hitchcock used these narrative tropes and for...
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    12,01 €

  • In Search of The Thin Man
    Philip Zwerling
    The man who created the boldest hard boiled fiction, Dashiell Hammett, wrote The Thin Man in 1933 and launched the fun-loving, booze-swilling, mystery-solving couple Nick and Nora Charles into American culture. MGM sold millions of movie tickets by casting William Powell and Myrna Loy as this classiest of romantic couples. Over 14 years and six films, these stars navigated g...
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    58,58 €

  • Deanna Durbin in Hollywood
    Barry Lowe
    Known as the first film teenager, Deanna Durbin was one of the most popular actresses of the 1930s and 1940s. From starring alongside legends like Judy Garland to playing the lead role in classic film musicals, her rise to fame seemed almost like fantasy. But her life behind the scenes was anything but glamorous. Though Durbin was a princess to the public, she was a puppet t...
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    60,18 €

  • Bay Lodyans
    Cécile Accilien
    Considers how popular Haitian films not only provide entertainment but also help audiences in Haiti and the diaspora think through daily challenges. ...
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    44,69 €

  • The Biggest Thing in Show Business
    Matthew Solomon / Murray Pomerance
    A freewheeling, nonlinear exploration of the performing duo and their decade-long collaboration from 1946 to 1956. ...
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    126,42 €

  • Elephant of Silence
    John Barger
    'A poem is an act of faith because the poet believes in it,' contends John Wall Barger in The Elephant of Silence, a collection of essays exploring forms of knowing (and not knowing) that awaken a poetic mind. By considering poetry, film, and the intersections among aesthetic moments and our lives, Barger illuminates the foundations of poetic craft but also probes how to be al...
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    22,22 €

  • Isn’t She Great
    Elizabeth Teets
    A love letter to women-led comedies. Based on Elizabeth Teets’s program series called 'Isn’t She Great' at the Hollywood Theater, this anthology is a collection of the most beloved female-centric comedies and the audiences who adore them. From 9 to 5 to Romy and Michelle to the iconic Elle Woods, the essays in this collection build on our devotion to these films and continue th...
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    14,58 €