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CinemaScope Four: M-G-M Movies Light Up the Screen By John Howard Reid
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (M-G-M) was the leading movie studio in Hollywood throughout the 1950s and 1960s. This fact-filled book is a celebration of the many wide-screen film successes produced or... More > released by M-G-M throughout the world. Also listed and detailed are some of the movies currently on offer through M-G-M DVD.< Less
CinemaScope Four: M-G-M Movies Light Up the Screen By John Howard Reid
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Although the wide-screen revolution that hit cinemas in 1953 was initiated by 20th Century Fox Film Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was quick to follow suit. This book examines many of the films M-G-M... More > produced or financed during the first years of wide-screen movies. Films such as "2001: A Space Odyssey", "Ben Hur" and "Guys and Dolls" are still highly regarded today. Many others are still shown on TCM. A few have been forgotten. But they are all mighty entertaining!< Less
CinemaScope Four: M-G-M Movies Light Up the Screen By John Howard Reid
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Although the wide-screen revolution that hit cinemas in 1953 was initiated by 20th Century Fox Film Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was quick to follow suit. This book examines many of the films M-G-M... More > produced or financed during the first years of wide-screen movies. Films such as "2001: A Space Odyssey", "Ben Hur" and "Guys and Dolls" are still highly regarded today. Many others are still shown on TCM. A few have been forgotten. But they are all mighty entertaining!< Less
CinemaScope Four: M-G-M Movies Light Up the Screen By John Howard Reid
eBook (PDF): $4.99
Although the wide-screen revolution that hit cinemas in 1953 was initiated by 20th Century Fox Film Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was quick to follow suit. This book examines many of the films M-G-M... More > produced or financed during the first years of wide-screen movies. Films such as "2001: A Space Odyssey", "Ben Hur" and "Guys and Dolls" are still highly regarded today. Many others are still shown on TCM. A few have been forgotten. But they are all mighty entertaining!< Less
Stanley Kubrick On Screen By chris wade
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Stanley Kubrick: On Screen is a guide to the films of one of the most iconic directors of all time. From his early shorts, through his breakthrough movies like The Killing and Paths of Glory,... More > classics including 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining, to his final picture Eyes Wide Shut, released after his death in 1999, Kubrick redefined ever genre he took on. His films are becoming more influential, important and layered as time goes on, revealing new depths with each decade that passes. The book goes into the making of each film, with new comments from Kubrick collaborators (Anthony Frewin, Dan Richter and Doug Milsome) and images from the movies themselves.< Less
How to Improve Your Movie Literacy with Akira Kurosawa By Shawn Swanky
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Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) was a Japanese movie director whose movies were enjoyed all over the world. Although he made over 30 movies with a wide range of themes and settings to considerable... More > acclaim, he humbly claimed always to be a student of movies. Late in life, Kurosawa considered "Ran" as his best movie. However, several of his movies have been influential in many different ways. The subjectivity of recollections about an event witnessed by different observers is now sometimes named The Rashomon Effect after Kurosawa’s "Rashomon." "The Hidden Fortress" provided inspiration for the Star Wars series of movies. "Seven Samurai" may be Kurosawa’s best loved movie, and was 17th in the critic’s 2012 Sight & Sound poll of best all-time movies. Fantasy screen worlds in feudal Japan, contemporary settings, current topics, Shakespeare or Dostoyevsky, Kurosawa was at home everywhere. This introduction to Kurosawa provides the student with a quick but thorough exposure to this talented artist.< Less
How to Improve Your Movie Literacy With Akira Kurosawa By Shawn Swanky
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Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) was a Japanese movie director whose movies were enjoyed all over the world. Although he made over 30 movies with a wide range of themes and settings to considerable... More > acclaim, he humbly claimed always to be a student of movies. Late in life, Kurosawa considered "Ran" as his best movie. However, several of his movies have been influential in many different ways. The subjectivity of recollections about an event witnessed by different observers is now sometimes named The Rashomon Effect after Kurosawa’s "Rashomon." "The Hidden Fortress" provided inspiration for the Star Wars series of movies. "Seven Samurai" may be Kurosawa’s best loved movie, and was 17th in the critic’s 2012 Sight & Sound poll of best all-time movies. Fantasy screen worlds in feudal Japan, contemporary settings, current topics, Shakespeare or Dostoyevsky, Kurosawa was at home everywhere. This introduction to Kurosawa provides the student with a quick but thorough exposure to this talented artist.< Less
CinemaScope 3: HOLLYWOOD TAKES THE PLUNGE By John Howard Reid
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This third collection of widescreen wonders photographed in CinemaScope, focuses on such popular movies as "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing", "Cleopatra", "Three Coins in the... More > Fountain", "Bus Stop", "There's No Business Like Show Business", "The Seven Year Itch", "Let's Make Love", "Peyton Place", "North to Alaska", "The Longest Day", "The Eddy Duchin Story", "Far from the Madding Crowd", "The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit", "The Helen Morgan Story", "A Star Is Born" and "2001: A Space Odyssey".< Less
Discovering The Doorway By Mark Antony Clarke
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This workshop special is Mark’s third foray into publishing as a means of recording and sharing his creative writing. It includes Songs and Poems written during 2016 as a result of attending a... More > specialized song writing workshop; which was run and presented by the amazing Jane Taylor. It includes a running commentary for each of the works produced which explains some of the background and inspiration behind each one. It also includes some of Mark’s favorite works from the last few years. Mark wouldn’t describe himself as a great musician but he does love creative writing, whether in the form of a song or a poem. Mark works on the basis that he tries to make short movies for listeners (or readers) to screen in their own minds. He takes his inspiration from a wide variety of sources and will admit that he never really knows when something is just going to come to him during the early hours. So if you have some popcorn ready… take a look inside.< Less

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