The Films of Peter Greenaway

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CUP Archive, 13. 10. 1997 - Počet stran: 225
The Films of Peter Greenaway is the first critical overview of one of the most controversial contemporary film-makers. Trained as an artist, Greenaway began his career in cinema as an editor of government-sponsored films. He began to attract critical attention in 1980 with his epic mock-documentary The Falls, the first British film to be named Best Film by the British Film Institute in 30 years. Since then he has created the wittily elegant The Draughtsman's Contract, the strikingly unconventional Shakespearean adaptation Prospero's Books, and the disturbingly violent The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover. In-depth analyses of these and several other of Greenaway's most important works are examined within the context of the director's biography and artistic goals. This edition also includes stills from Greenaway's feature films, as well as his own drawings.
 

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The Falls 1980
20
The Draughtsmans Contract 1982
49
A Zed and Two Noughts 1985
71
Drowning by Numbers 1988
98
The Belly of an Architect 1986
113
2o Kracklite applauding Brian Dennehy
118
Stourley Kracklite alone
129
Patriarchy and the Artist
140
Sir John Gielgud as Prospero
145
Allegorical Figures
156
The Cook The Thief His Wife
165
The Cook The Thief His Wife and Her Lover 1989
177
Georgina and Spica
183
Filmography
189
Selected Bibliography
215
Autorská práva

Greenaway with Michel Blanc on the set of Prosperos Books 1991
141

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