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Conversations with Filmmakers Series

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Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg has become a brand name and a force that extends far beyond the movie screen. Phrases like “phone home” and the music score from Jaws are now part of our cultural script, appearing ...

Peter Greenaway

In these twenty-one interviews, filmmaker Peter Greenaway expresses his film aesthetic and discusses his combat with the dominant Hollywood style of filmmaking. His films have run unmistakably against ...

Stanley Kubrick

From his first feature film, Fear and Desire (1953), to his final, posthumously released Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Stanley Kubrick excelled at probing the dark corners of human consciousness. In doing so, ...

Oliver Stone

Throughout his career Oliver Stone (b. 1946) has broken traditions and challenged audiences with a series of daring, angry, violent, and often confrontational films. Politically charged movies such as ...

John Huston

This collection of interviews brings the filmmaker John Huston vividly to life in his own words. Huston (1906-1987) had an extraordinary career that spanned more than forty years and nearly fifty films. ...

Theo Angelopolous

Deeply rooted in the soil and culture of his native Greece, in its history, and in its contemporary political upheavals, Theo Angelopoulos (b. 1935) has chosen to make all his films, without exception, ...

Zhang Yimou

Ranging from 1988 to 1999, this book includes interviews with the acclaimed Chinese director of such films as Red Sorghum (1987), Shanghai Triad (1995), and Not One Less (1999) and the trilogy Ju Dou (1990), ...

Jim Jarmusch

Perhaps the most gifted and invigorating of the American independent film directors of the past two decades, Jim Jarmusch (b. 1953) has presented moviegoers with his uniquely personal vision, from his ...

George Cukor

For investing movies with an image of style and glamour George Cukor (1899–1983) is considered one of the founding fathers of the Golden Age of Hollywood. The roll call of the great films he made and ...

John Ford

This is the first collection of interviews with John Ford (1895–1973), whom many aficionados of fine films consider not only the major American filmmaker but also one of the most extraordinary American ...