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From a certain perspective, Roger Corman just might be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of motion pictures. This is not because of the quality or quantity of his work as a director, although he has directed sixty movies. This is not because of his success as a producer, although, as the title of his autobiography boasts, he made over 100 pictures & never lost a dime. It is because, along the way to directing & producing more than 200 films, Corman ran a de facto school for young filmmakers, the alumni of which have garnered more awards in film history. While the new King of the World, James Cameron (Titanic), may not have acknowledged that he started with the King of the Bs, other multi-Academy Award-winners, such as Francis Ford Coppola & Jonathan Demme, freely admit their origins & even give Corman bit parts in their films. Through extensive research & a lengthy series of interviews with Corman, the authors trace his truly humble beginnings outside the studio system in post-World War II Hollywood to his current mythic status as Godfather of all independent movies. Each of Corman's films as director, from such two-day wonders as Little Shop of Horrors to his rare studio pictures like St. Valentine's Day Massacre, is discussed in detail, along with chapters on Corman's life & remarkable career. The authors have created a lively tribute to director/producer/writer/B-movie studio mogul Roger Corman. Alain Silver, James Ursini, Books, Entertainment, Film, Direction and Production, Roger Corman: Metaphysics on a Shoestring Books>Entertainment>Film>Direction and Production, Silman-James Press

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Roger Corman just might be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of motion pictures. Not because of his work as a director, although he has directed more than 600 movies, and not because of his success as a producer - although, as the title of his autobiography boasts, he has made more than 100 pictures and never lost a dime. He might be one of the most influential filmmakers. Roger Corman just might be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of motion pictures. Not because of his work as a director, although he has directed more than 600 movies, and not because of his success as a producer - although, as the title of his autobiography boasts, he has made more than 100 pictures and never lost a dime. He might be one of the most influential filmmakers because, along the way to directing and producing more than 200 films, he ran a de facto school for young filmmakers, the alumni of which have garnered more money and awards than any other group in film history. Among them are James Cameron, Francis Coppola, and Jonathan Demme. Through research and a series of interviews with Corman, the authors trace his humble beginnings in post-World War II Hollywood to his current mythic status as the Godfather of all independent movie makers. Discussed in detail are each of Corman's films as a director - from such two-day wonders as Little Shop of Horrors to such studio pictures as St Valentine's Day Massacre. Books, Music, Stage and Screen~~Film, TV & Radio~~Films, Cinema, Roger Corman~~Book~~9781879505421~~Alain Silver, James Ursini, , Roger Corman, Alain Silver, 9781879505421, Silman-James Press,U.S., 07/28/2006, , , , Silman-James Press,U.S.

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From a certain perspective, Roger Corman just might be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of motion pictures. This is not because of the quality or quantity of his work as a director, although he has directed sixty movies. This is not because of his success as a producer, although, as the title of his autobiography boasts, he made over 100 pictures & never lost a dime. It is because, along the way to directing & producing more than 200 films, Corman ran a de facto school for young filmmakers, the alumni of which have garnered more awards in film history. While the new King of the World, James Cameron (Titanic), may not have acknowledged that he started with the King of the Bs, other multi-Academy Award-winners, such as Francis Ford Coppola & Jonathan Demme, freely admit their origins & even give Corman bit parts in their films. Through extensive research & a lengthy series of interviews with Corman, the authors trace his truly humble beginnings outside the studio system in post-World War II Hollywood to his current mythic status as Godfather of all independent movies. Each of Corman's films as director, from such two-day wonders as Little Shop of Horrors to his rare studio pictures like St. Valentine's Day Massacre, is discussed in detail, along with chapters on Corman's life & remarkable career. The authors have created a lively tribute to director/producer/writer/B-movie studio mogul Roger Corman. Alain Silver, James Ursini, Books, Entertainment, Roger Corman: Metaphysics on a Shoestring Books>Entertainment, Silman-James Press

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Roger Corman: Metaphysics on a Shoestring
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Silver, Alain; Ursini, James

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Roger Corman: Metaphysics on a Shoestring

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From a certain perspective, Corman just might be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of motion pictures. That's because, along the way to directing and producing more than 200 films, he ran a de facto school for young filmmakers, the alumni of which have garnered more awards and made more money than any other group in film history. Illustrated.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781879505421
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1879505428
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Publishing year: 2006
Publisher: SILMAN-JAMES PR
323 Pages
Weight: 0,925 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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