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Author:
Scott Salwolke
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978-0810831834
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081083183X
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Scarecrow Press (June 19, 1997)
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Michael Powell was introduced to film relatively late in life, and . These two men of diverse backgrounds would successfully collaborate on 16 films over a period of fifteen years, most often with their identities united as the Archers.

Michael Powell was introduced to film relatively late in life, and feeling dissatisfied with what British films had to offer, he took his primary influences from American and German films. Emeric Pressburger was a Hungarian emigre who was educated in the German film industry before fleeing from the threat of the Nazi party. The Archers' collaboration began during World War II, where they attempted to identify the causes for which thousands were dying.

Salwolke's bibliography of material on individual films is invaluable

Salwolke's bibliography of material on individual films is invaluable. His filmography is extensive, accurate and well worth having. Historical Journal Of Film, Radio, & Television). Describes and analyzes the work of Michael Powell and his partner, Emeric Pressburger, who released 16 films in 15 years, from the beginning of their partnership until its end in 1956. it's great to see Powell receiving his due, and this is a welcome addition to the literature of his very special talents. American Cinematographer).

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The Films of Michael Powell and the Archers. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

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A list of books and essays about Powell & Pressburger . Salwolke, Scott (1997). The Films of Michael Powell and the Archers.

A list of books and essays about Powell & Pressburger: Christie, Ian (1994). Arrows of Desire: The Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. Faber & Faber, Incorporated. ISBN 978-0-571-16271-0. Christie, Ian; Moor, Andrew (6 July 2005). Michael Powell: International Perspectives on an English Film-maker. Neo-romantic Landscapes: An Aesthetic Approach to the Films of Powell and Pressburger. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Michael Powell: Interviews. Press of Mississippi.

Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger successfully collaborated on 16 films over a period of 15 years, most often with their identities united as the Archers.

The British film-making partnership of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, made . .Anton Walbrook and Director Michael Powell on the set of The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp. 28 December 2019 at 05:07. 17 December 2019 at 16:09.

Michael Powell: International Perspectives on an English Film-maker. British Film Institute. ISBN 978-1-84457-093-5. Friedman, Diane Broadbent; Powell, Michael; Pressburger, Emeric (2008). A Matter of Life and Death: The Brain Revealed by the Mind of Michael Powell. ISBN 978-1-4678-6802-0.

Michael Powell was introduced to film relatively late in life, and feeling dissatisfied with what British films had to offer, he took his primary influences from American and German films. Emeric Pressburger was a Hungarian emigre who was educated in the German film industry before fleeing from the threat of the Nazi party. These two men of diverse backgrounds would successfully collaborate on 16 films over a period of fifteen years, most often with their identities united as the Archers.The Archers' collaboration began during World War II, where they attempted to identify the causes for which thousands were dying. Following the war, their focus was on art and why it was worth dying for. The results were such classics as Black Narcissus, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, The Red Shoes, and The Tales of Hoffman.The Archers' popularity waned in the mid fifties when the two men seemed to lack focus. Never popular with British critics, they ended their career with a pair of mediocre films that seemed to be shadows of their previous successes.