THE ILLUSTRATED WOODY ALLEN READER gathers together excerpts from Woody Allen's best work. Included here are original pieces; monologues which have never been transcribed, let alone published; excerpts from 18 unpublished screenplays; dialogue that became film outtakes: magazine pieces which have never appeared in book form; interviews. Certain themes and ideas emerge, hence the (partial) contents: My Parent's Values; God and Carpeting; Intellectuals Only Kill Their Own; New York vs Los Angeles; These Modern Analysts!; My Philosophy; The Thing with Feathers; I Am To With Nature; Religion: To God I'm the Loyal Opposition. Brilliant material presented in a fresh and innovative format, including some never before published stills of the shooting of every film since ANNIE HALL; Portraits by Mary Ellen Mark, Phillipe Halsman, Jill Freedman; colour painting by Van Gogh, Picasso, Munch, Ernst, O'Keeffe, Klee, Chagall, Cezanne (all of whose work Allen evokes).About the Author:
Linda Sunshine is the author of numerous books, including All Things Oz. Mary Tiegreen is a graphic designer and runs the book packaging partnership Little Lake Productions. They live in Los Angeles, California. Woody Allen has been one of the major film directors and cultural figures of the past three decades. In The New Yorker and other magazines he has published more than sixty essays, all classics of wit and insight. He has written and directed more thna twenty-six films, beginning with the hilarious slapstick of Take the Money and Run and Sleeper and graduating to the inspired social commentary of Hannah and Her Sisters and Husbands and Wives.
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Descripción JONATHAN CAPE, 1994. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110224038257