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Sundance to Sarajevo

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Informationen zum Autor Kenneth Turan is film critic for the Los Angeles Times and a frequent contributor to National Public Radio... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Kenneth Turan is film critic for the Los Angeles Times and a frequent contributor to National Public Radio's Morning Edition. He is director of the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes and the co-author of Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke (1987). Klappentext "Kenneth Turan is a critic's critic! one who covers the movie industry and reviews the marketplace without ever abandoning his taste! passion or erudition. What a perfect guide to that modern phenomenon! the film festival! about which the public thinks it knows so much and actually is permitted to know so little."-B. Ruby Rich! author of Chick Flicks "Every film festival I attend! there's Ken Turan! notebook in hand! big smile! racing to the next film. We always synchronize our watches. Ken touted me on the official film critic's model! the Timex Indiglo! which has great big numbers and lights up in the dark! so you can see how long an endless film has been running. Now I see why he was taking all those notes. His Sundance to Saravejo is smart! sometimes funny! sometimes appalled! always perceptive-an insider's report from the cutting edge."-Roger Ebert Zusammenfassung Almost every day of the year a film festival takes place somewhere in the world - from sub-Saharan Africa to the Land of the Midnight Sun. This title takes us on a tour of the world's film festivals. It describes the most unusual as well as the most important film festivals! and the cities in which they occur. Inhaltsverzeichnis Acknowledgments Introduction Part One: Festivals with Business Agendas Cannes Sundance ShoWest Part Two: Festivals with Geopolitical Agendas FESPACO Havana Sarajevo Midnight Sun Part Three: Festivals with Aesthetic Agendas Pordenone Lone Pine Telluride Part Four: The Politics of Festivals The Festival That Failed I! The Jury ...

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Kenneth Turan is film critic for the Los Angeles Times and a frequent contributor to National Public Radio's Morning Edition. He is director of the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes and the co-author of Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke (1987).


Klappentext
"Kenneth Turan is a critic's critic, one who covers the movie industry and reviews the marketplace without ever abandoning his taste, passion or erudition. What a perfect guide to that modern phenomenon, the film festival, about which the public thinks it knows so much and actually is permitted to know so little."B. Ruby Rich, author of Chick Flicks

"Every film festival I attend, there's Ken Turan, notebook in hand, big smile, racing to the next film. We always synchronize our watches. Ken touted me on the official film critic's model, the Timex Indiglo, which has great big numbers and lights up in the dark, so you can see how long an endless film has been running. Now I see why he was taking all those notes. His Sundance to Saravejo is smart, sometimes funny, sometimes appalled, always perceptivean insider's report from the cutting edge."Roger Ebert


Zusammenfassung
Almost every day of the year a film festival takes place somewhere in the world - from sub-Saharan Africa to the Land of the Midnight Sun. This title takes us on a tour of the world's film festivals. It describes the most unusual as well as the most important film festivals, and the cities in which they occur.

Inhalt
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part One: Festivals with Business Agendas
Cannes
Sundance
ShoWest
Part Two: Festivals with Geopolitical Agendas
FESPACO
Havana
Sarajevo
Midnight Sun
Part Three: Festivals with Aesthetic Agendas
Pordenone
Lone Pine
Telluride
Part Four: The Politics of Festivals
The Festival That Failed
I, The Jury

Produktinformationen

Titel: Sundance to Sarajevo
Untertitel: Film Festivals and the World They Made
Autor:
EAN: 9780520240728
ISBN: 978-0-520-24072-8
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: University Presses
Genre: Kunst
Anzahl Seiten: 192
Gewicht: 272g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T13mm
Jahr: 2003