General Film

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LIFE ISN'T EVERYTHING: MIKE NICHOLS, AS REMEMBERED BY 150 OF HIS CLOSEST FRIENDS.

Written by Kashner, Sam
An up close and personal portrait of a legendary filmmaker, theater director, and comedian, drawing on candid conversations with his closest friends in show business and the arts--from Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep to Natalie Portman and Lorne Michaels. The work of Mike Nichols pervades American cultural consciousness--from The Graduate and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
December 8, 2020 | Paperback | Picador USA | 384 Pages |
$19.00
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CHANTAL AKERMAN

The first comprehensive survey of the influential Belgian filmmaker's film installations
September 15, 2020 | Paperback | Nai010 Publishers |
$40.00
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GOLDFINGER FILES: THE MAKING OF THE ICONIC ALPINE SEQUENCE IN THE JAMES BOND MOVIE GOLDFINGER

Written by Walty, Peter
Unseen images and documents from the ultimate Bond film
October 6, 2020 | Hardcover | Steidl |
$45.00
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PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON: MASTERWORKS

Written by Nayman, Adam
An illustrated mid-career monograph exploring the 30-year creative journey of the 8-time Academy Award-nominated writer and director Paul Thomas Anderson has been described as "one of American film's modern masters" and "the foremost filmmaking talent of his generation." Anderson's films have received 25 Academy Award nominations, and he has worked closely with many of the most accompli
October 20, 2020 | Hardcover | ABRAMS | 288 Pages |
$40.00
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SUBURBAN GRINDHOUSE: FROM STATEN ISLAND TO TIMES SQUARE AND ALL THE SLEAZE BETWEEN

Written by Cato, Nick
Film review books may be a dime a dozen, but how many include the actual experience of witnessing the movie in a theater? Zine editor and online columnist Nick Cato shares his time growing up in seedy NY and NJ theaters, and how these screenings helped to shape opinion of the movies.
September 1, 2020 | Paperback | Headpress | 256 Pages |
$21.95
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FILM NOIR STYLE: THE KILLER 1940S

Written by Truhler, Kimberly
Film Noir Style: The Killer 1940s looks at the fashions of the femmes fatales who were so good at being bad, and the suits and trench coats of definitive noir actors such as Humphrey Bogart and Alan Ladd.
September 29, 2020 | Hardcover | Goodknight Books | 288 Pages |
$45.00
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JAMES BOND MOVIE ENCYCLOPEDIA

Written by Rubin, Steven Jay
Ian Fleming's James Bond character has entertained motion picture audiences for nearly sixty years, and the filmmakers have come a long way since they spent $1 million producing James Bond's very first big-screen adventure, Dr. No, in 1962. Today Bond is an international phenomenon that has raked in billions of dollars at the box office.
November 17, 2020 | Paperback | Chicago Review Press | 400 Pages |
$35.00
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DAVID LYNCH: WEIRDSVILLE USA: THE OBSESSIVE UNIVERSE OF DAVID LYNCH

Written by Woods, Paul A
David Lynch, maverick Hollywood director, has pursued his contrasting obsessions more than most movie-makers would dare. In a wildly varying career, he has experienced cult adulation, mainstream success, virtual rejection by the film industry, and a renaissance which has seen him established as the brand name of 'Weird Americana.'
August 25, 2020 | Paperback | Plexus Publishing | 224 Pages |
$22.95
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WES ANDERSON: FILM MAKER EXTRAORDINAIRE

Written by Plexus
A maverick of the modern-day film industry, Wes Anderson has made a name for himself in recent years as both a screenwriter and a director. His films celebrate the gloriously eccentric, transcending the norm of a Hollywood blockbuster, and focusing on the aesthetically wonderful as well as the poignantly sad.
September 29, 2020 | Paperback | Plexus Publishing | 192 Pages |
$22.95
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WILD MINDS: THE ARTISTS AND RIVALRIES THAT INSPIRED THE GOLDEN AGE OF ANIMATION

Written by Mitenbuler, Reid
In 1911, famed cartoonist Winsor McCay debuted one of the first animated cartoons, based on his sophisticated newspaper strip "Little Nemo in Slumberland," itself inspired by Freud's recent research on dreams. McCay is largely forgotten today, but he unleashed an art form, and the creative energy of artists from Otto Messmer and Max Fleischer to Walt Disney and Warner Bros.' Chuck Jones.
December 1, 2020 | Hardcover | Atlantic Monthly Press | 432 Pages |
$28.00

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