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by Keith Beattie

ePub Albert and David Maysles: Interviews (Conversations with Filmmakers Series) download
Author:
Keith Beattie
ISBN13:
978-1604733655
ISBN:
1604733659
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Publisher:
University Press of Mississippi (March 12, 2010)
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Albert and David Maysles:. has been added to your Cart. Interviews with the brothers who created the cinéma vérité style of documentary filmmaking and the films Salesman, Gimme Shelter, and Grey Gardens.

Albert and David Maysles:. Keith Beattie is a faculty member of arts at Deakin University, Melbourne (Australia). Series: Conversations with Filmmakers Series.

Series: Conversations with Filmmakers Series. Hardcover: 224 pages. Found this book an enlightening distraction. There was no need to speed through and occasionally I was able to squeeze in a chapter or three between projects. Publisher: University Press of Mississippi (May 12, 2010). Some details were of course resounded from interview to interview, but still intriguing, inspirational, and informative.

Keith Beattie, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is a member of the Faculty of Arts and Education of Deakin University .

Keith Beattie, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is a member of the Faculty of Arts and Education of Deakin University, Melbourne.

They recount a personal history of cinema verite and modern documentary filmmaking. The prolific joint career of the brothers has defined documentary filmmaking in the United States.

The Conversations with Filmmakers Series is part of the University Press of Mississippi which is sponsored by Mississippi's eight state universities. The mission of the Series is to publish collected interviews with world-famous directors

The Conversations with Filmmakers Series is part of the University Press of Mississippi which is sponsored by Mississippi's eight state universities. The mission of the Series is to publish collected interviews with world-famous directors. Shelve Albert And David Maysles: Interviews.

Albert (November 26, 1926 – March 5, 2015) and his brother David (January 10, 1931 – January 3, 1987) Maysles (/ˈmeɪzɛlz/ MAY-zelz) were an American documentary filmmaking team known for their work in the Direct Cinema style

Albert (November 26, 1926 – March 5, 2015) and his brother David (January 10, 1931 – January 3, 1987) Maysles (/ˈmeɪzɛlz/ MAY-zelz) were an American documentary filmmaking team known for their work in the Direct Cinema style. Their best-known films include Salesman (1969), Gimme Shelter (1970) and Grey Gardens (1975).

1604733640 - Albert and David Maysles: Interviews Conversations with Filmmakers Series.

In Albert and David Maysles: Interviews, editor Keith Beattie has compiled a wide-ranging collection in which the brothers, together and separately, discuss all aspects of their filmmaking--the nature of collaboration, technical matters, contextual considerations, and more. They recount a personal history of cinéma vérité and modern documentary filmmaking.

The prolific joint career of the brothers has defined documentary filmmaking in the United States. From their first films in the late 1950s until the recent films of Albert Maysles (b. 1926), the brothers' pioneering development of the "direct cinema," or cinéma vérité, style of documentary filmmaking has significantly altered the ways in which the world appears in nonfiction representations. Their influential movies--including the early feature Salesman, the renowned foundational rock concert film Gimme Shelter, and the dual biography Grey Gardens--have affected the aesthetics of fiction filmmaking as well. Since the death of David Maysles (1931-1987), Albert Maysles has continued to make films and has further contributed to the development of the documentary form.

  • Found this book an enlightening distraction. There was no need to speed through and occasionally I was able to squeeze in a chapter or three between projects. Some details were of course resounded from interview to interview, but still intriguing, inspirational, and informative. I also appreciated the honesty of the dialogue and a noticed "move" as years progressed throughout the shared interviews. I think the "instructionals" found within the interviews are a "must-read" for anybody seriously studying Documentary filmmaking or considering plying its craft themselves.

  • GOOD BOOK