A Maysles Scrapbook, emne: film og foto
A Maysles Scrapbook: Photographs / Cinemagraphs / Documents Hardcover – March 1, 2008. by Steven Kasher (Editor), Michael Chaiken (Editor), Sara Maysles (Editor), Martin Scorsese (Foreword) Utrolig Flot Foto bog på ikke mindre end 376 sider. med stemningsbilleder fra heleverden.
A Maysles Scrapbook: Photographs/Cinemagraphs/Documents is the first comprehensive monograph on the pioneer filmmaking team that set the standards of contemporary documentary filmmaking: their Grey Gardens (1976) has spawned several fashion collections, an award-winning Broadway musical and a soon-to-be-released feature film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange; Gimme Shelter (1970), which captured the infamous and fatal Rolling Stones concert at Altamont, is often called the greatest documentary ever made on the American 1960s; and Salesman (1968) is widely credited as the first feature-length documentary to eliminate voice-over narration and the first to achieve wide theatrical distribution. With David on sound and Albert behind the camera, the Maysles were absolutely pivotal in creating the Cinema Verité, or Direct Cinema, movement of the 1950s and 60s, and, along with Frederick Wiseman, Richard Leacock, D.A. Pennebaker and Robert Drew, are among the progenitors of modern documentary cinema.
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