An Autobiography of British Cinema: As Told by the Filmmakers and Actors who Made it

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Brian McFarlane
Methuen, 1997 - 656 pagine
This volume of first-hand reminiscences, celebrating 50 years of British filmmaking, records the Golden Age of British Cinema as remembered by 180 great and best-loved names of the British cinema, including Lindsay Anderson, Dirk Bogarde, Julie Christie, Alec Guinness, Thora Hird, Richard Attenborough, Glenda Jackson, Sarah Miles, Richard Todd, Michael Caine, Moira Shearer and Norman Wisdom, plus a whole new generation of British filmmakers and actors like Sally Potter, Kenneth Branagh, Derek Jarman, Peter Greenaway, Emma Thompson and Stephen Frears.

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An autobiography of British cinema: as told by the filmmakers and actors who made it

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A professor of literature and film history, McFarlane gives some attention to internationally famous British-born actors and directors, but the bulk of his book consists of scores of substantive ... Leggi recensione completa


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Brian McFarlane has been a hockey broadcaster and writer for over 40 years. He was a host and commentator on Hockey Night in Canada for 27 years. He has written over 40 books on hockey and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, Media Section in 1995. He currently runs a hockey museum and is in demand as a public speaker and master of ceremonies. He plays oldtimers' hockey three times a week.

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