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Ken Russell

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Slightly bent book. No underlining or inscriptions. Pages are clean and spine is un-creased. Price written in pencil on first blank page.

The films of Britain's most famous director have been praised and condemned: Russell's intentions disorted and misunderstood. With his popularity continuously growing, serious critical consideration of him has long been overdue. Covering all of Russell's work from his early armature efforts to his films for the BBC and his features such as Women in love, The Devils, The Music Lovers, and Tommy, This anthology is a comprehensive sourcebook on Russell's cinema, an inquiry into the personal nature of his art, and a look at his working methods. Complete with biographical information, excerpts from the film scripts of Tommy and Mahler, filmography, bibliography, numerous production shots and scenes from his films, the volume presents us with an extraordinary picture of an immense talent.

Lovingly sourced from donations and listed online by our shop volunteers at Oxfam Bookshop, Byres Road Glasgow.

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Author(s):
Thomas R. Atkins
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9.5x6.5x0.4
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
132
Publisher:
Monarch Film Studies
Title:
Ken Russell

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***Sold as Good***

Slightly bent book. No underlining or inscriptions. Pages are clean and spine is un-creased. Price written in pencil on first blank page.

The films of Britain's most famous director have been praised and condemned: Russell's intentions disorted and misunderstood. With his popularity continuously growing, serious critical consideration of him has long been overdue. Covering all of Russell's work from his early armature efforts to his films for the BBC and his features such as Women in love, The Devils, The Music Lovers, and Tommy, This anthology is a comprehensive sourcebook on Russell's cinema, an inquiry into the personal nature of his art, and a look at his working methods. Complete with biographical information, excerpts from the film scripts of Tommy and Mahler, filmography, bibliography, numerous production shots and scenes from his films, the volume presents us with an extraordinary picture of an immense talent.

Lovingly sourced from donations and listed online by our shop volunteers at Oxfam Bookshop, Byres Road Glasgow.

Author(s):
Thomas R. Atkins
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9.5x6.5x0.4
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
132
Publisher:
Monarch Film Studies
Title:
Ken Russell

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