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This highly anticipated memoir from the legendary Academy Award-winning director of The Exorcist and The French Connection offers a fast-paced and thrilling glimpse into the life and work of the maverick of American cinema in the late 60s and 70s. 40,000 first printing.Contraportada:
With such seminal movies as The Exorcist and The French Connection, Academy Award-winning director William Friedkin secured his place as a great filmmaker. A maverick from the start, Friedkin joined other young directors who ushered in Hollywood's second Golden Age during the 1970s. Now, in his long-awaited memoir, Friedkin provides a candid portrait of an extraordinary life and career.
His own success story has the makings of classic American film. He was born in Chicago, the son of Russian immigrants. Immediately after high school, he found work in the mailroom of a local television station, and patiently worked his way into the directing booth during the heyday of live TV. An award-winning documentary brought him attention as a talented new filmmaker, as well as an advocate for justice, and it caught the eye of producer David L. Wolper, who brought Friedkin to Los Angeles. There he moved from television (one of the last episodes of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour) to film (The Birthday Party, The Boys in the Band), displaying a versatile stylistic range. Released in 1971, The French Connection won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, and two years later, The Exorcist received ten Oscar nominations and catapulted Friedkin's career to stardom.
Penned by the director himself, The Friedkin Connection takes readers on a journey through the numerous chance encounters and unplanned occurrences that led a young man from a poor urban neighborhood to success in one of the most competitive industries and art forms in the world.
From the streets of Chicago to the executive suites of Hollywood, from star-studded movie sets to the precision of the editing room, from a pas-sionate new artistic life as a renowned director of operas to his most recent tour de force, Killer Joe, William Friedkin has much to say about the world of moviemaking and his place within it.
Written with the narrative drive of one of his finest films, The Friedkin Connection is a wonderfully engaging look at an artist and an industry that has transformed who we are—and how we see ourselves.
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Descripción Harper, U.S.A., 2013. Hardcover. Condición: New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: New. 1st Edition. Flawless brand new 1st Edition/1st Printing hardcover and dust jacket SIGNED and dated by William Friedkin on the half-title page without personalization. A great memoir covering 45 years of working in Hollywood by the legendary director of The French Connection and The Exorcist. It will be carefully packed in bubble-wrap and shipped in a sturdy box to make sure it arrives in perfect condition. Signed by Author(s). Nº de ref. del artículo: ABH800
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