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Paul Dudbridge 2h
Wonderful to see my new film book on the shelves of the library!
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Rochester International Film Group & Festival Mar 13
I know we are all about film, but reading is swell as well! What’s everyone reading on this rainy day?
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OMahonys Booksellers Feb 26
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TheRealArbuckle Feb 17
Just bought this biography of Dick Miller. Just a few minutes ago. Very anxious to begin reading it. It will arrive on Tuesday. At least, that’s what I’ve been promised.
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Fable Forest Films 23 Dec 17
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Nile Bedlou-Blake 21 Oct 17
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bulletproofscript May 1
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Ian Nathan 23 Nov 17
Three years of blood, sweat and toil in black and white.
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Craig Minett Feb 3
Sunday afternoon reading is Shawn Levy's 'Dolce Vita Confidential'. It's such a fascinating read that beautifully captures the post-war years of 1950's Rome. Highly recommended.
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Craig Minett Jun 2
This is one of the most in-depth books on the making of a film. I constantly return to it whenever I rewatch Blade Runner.
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Amsterdam Univ Press 29 Mar 18
in our Film Theory in Media History series: Cinematic Vitalism by Inga Pollman! This book draws new connections between twentieth-century German and French film theory and practice and vitalist conceptions of life from biology and philosophy.
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dmj_imagery Feb 1
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Dean 2 Feb 18
New book arrival It’s a odd shaped book and a total pain to read but it does look nice. Got it dirt cheap too.
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aegean agency 30 Apr 18
"A Short History of Cahiers du Cinema" by Emilie Bickerton, hardcover, Verso Books, 2009 edition, 156 pages... on sale in Amazon Europe by Aegean Agency
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aegean agency 30 Apr 18
"An Accented Cinema", by Hamid Naficy, Princeton University Press, 2001 pages, paperback, 374 pages... on sale in Amazon Europe by Aegean Agency... .co.uk
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Paul Dudbridge Jun 6
Visual effects supervisor, John Swinnerton, endorses my film book. John’s got a lot of experience in the business & has worked on some exciting projects so it was very kind of him to read my work. Available on Amazon now.
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The Punisher '89 Book Oct 8
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Leonard Maltin Jun 5
New and Notable Film Books: From , Alfred Hitchcock and Douglas Fairbanks to Audrey Hepburn, Animal House and the music of Charlie Chaplin
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Alldatalost Apr 22
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Craig Minett May 20
Today's new arrival. 'The Wild Bunch: Sam Peckinpah, a Revolution in Hollywood'. It's one of my favourite westerns, looking forward to reading this.
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