From the editor and writers of Bright Lights Film Journal
Action! Interviews with Directors from Classical Hollywood to Contemporary Iran
(Anthem Art and Culture), by Gary Morris (Editor), Bert Cardullo (Introduction), Jonathan Rosenbaum (Foreword). London and New York: Anthem Press, 2009.
"I dare anyone to squeeze between two covers a more varied, useful and flat out entertaining sampling of the personalities that make the seventh art the liveliest."
David Hudson,
Julian Upton
Julian Upton is the author of Fallen Stars (Critical Vision). He is based in the UK.
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Her brilliant career
» At Last, a Cool British Film (BLFJ 37 – August 2002)
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These cinematic dogs get a pat on the head before being given the boot
» Poverty Row, Wardour Street: The Last Years of British Exploitation Cinema (BLFJ 33 – July 2001)
This golden age is more like fool's gold, but it has its thrills
» Anarchy in the UK: Derek Jarman's Jubilee (BLFJ 30 – October 2000)
Punks hail Brittania in their own peculiar way in this little-seen gem by the late queer auteur

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