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eBook Directing Film: The Director's Art from Script to Cutting Room download ISBN: 1574883135
Author: Ken Russell
Publisher: Potomac Books Inc (January 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1242 kb
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Category: Humour
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In this ground-breaking book, acclaimed film director Ken Russell unpacks the creative insights, technique, know-how and sheer determination that have enabled him to realise on screen more than fifty diverse and yet intensely personal films.

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Henry Kenneth Alfred Russell (3 July 1927 – 27 November 2011) was a British film director, known for his pioneering work in television and film and for his flamboyant and controversial style. His films in the main were liberal adaptations of existing texts, or biographies, notably of composers of the Romantic era. Russell began directing for the BBC, where he made creative adaptations of composers' lives which were unusual for the time. He also directed many feature films independently and for studios.

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Formidable film director with an impish sense of humour and a talent to.

Formidable film director with an impish sense of humour and a talent to entertain and provoke. Ken Russell, who has died aged 84, was so often called rude names – the wild man of British cinema, the apostle of excess, the oldest angry young man in the business – that he gave up denying it all quite early in his career. Indeed, he often seemed to court the very publicity that emphasised only the crudest assessment of his work. Much of Powell's work also attempted to cut through the conventional treatments of controversial subject matter and expose the often boiling passions underneath.

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In this ground-breaking book, acclaimed film director Ken Russell unpacks the creative insights, technique know-how and sheer determination that have resulted in more than fifty diverse and yet intensely personal films.

Drawing on his parallel experiences of producing, screenwriting and editing -- as well as his favorite (and some un-favorite) movies by other directors -- Russell places the role of the director as auteur within the context of film-making as a collaborative enterprise.

Comments: (3)
Lonesome Orange Kid
The title is somewhat misleading. I have been a Ken Russell fan for a good twenty-five years or so when I first saw Tommy on tv and then subsequently many of his other films---a few actually in theaters that had the courage to show his films as a contrast to the other dull, mindless films offered. To see Crimes of Passion was something and was really hooked on the stylized films of this crazy Englishman. I had previously read his other biography Altered State with mixed feelings. When I saw this book I thought it was going to have actual tips on filmmaking from a director who was beyond the Hollywood approach of filmmaking. The actual tips a very few and far between and the book becomes really nothing more than a collect of stories behind the making on some of his films, which were sporatically interesting but really gave no insight into films or into Ken Russell. I wanted to understand the intellectual process he goes through when deciding to attach Roger Daltry to a ten-foot phallus or how to orchestrate a set of emon-possessed nuns. Even the stories themselves are skimpy in details and almost timid, which is surprising coming from one of cinema's least timid director's. I enjoyed the light read even if it failed to ignite my own frustrated director within.
artman
Rather superficial and not very well written. Level of writing and content is OK for "Parade" Magazine but little more. More of a biography than a "how-to" book. Disappointing because I expected more from Russell.
Moogugore
Many, many unseen photos of the very handsome and sexy Ken Russell behind the scenes and many unseen shots of his actors and family on location. The great read includes personal reflections and hilarious prose but you still get the very important basics of how to make a film. All film students should own a copy and it should be required reading for all Indie filmmakers who "do not fit in" from the get go. Ken Russell proves that the most unique and nutty artist CAN make a huge mark with his kind of laser focus. I HIGHLY recommend this book!!