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by Paul Farley

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Author:
Paul Farley
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978-1844571390
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1844571394
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British Film Institute; 2006 edition (July 27, 2006)
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Distant Voices, Still Li. Paul Farley's study of the film is both a personal response, as a Liverpudlian and as a poet, and an exploration of Davies' unique visual style, blending the spaces - the "short halls, stairways, coal cellars and meter cupboards of northern England" - and sounds - the BBC shipping forecast, a pub sing-a-long, the strains of Vaughan Williams.

Distant Voices, Still Lives is a 1988 British film directed and written by Terence Davies. It evokes working-class family life in Liverpool during the 1940s and early 1950s, paying particular attention to the role of popular music, Hollywood cinema, light entertainment and the public house within this tight-knit community. The film is made up of two separate films, shot two years apart, but with the same cast and crew.

Distant Voices, Still Lives book. Distant Voices, Still Lives. The second section, 'Still Lives', sees the children grown up and emerging into a brighter 1950s Britain, only a few years from

Paul Farley's study of the film is both a personal response, as a.Paul Farley is a poet, broadcaster and lecturer in creative writing at Lancaster University. Distant Voices, Still Lives BFI Film Classics.

Paul Farley's study of the film is both a personal response, as a Liverpudlian and as a poet, and an exploration of Davies's unique visual style, blending the spaces-the "short halls, stairways, coal cellars and meter cupboards of northern England"-and sounds-the BBC shipping forecast, a pub sing-a-long, the strains o. British Film Institute. Издание: иллюстрированное.

In Paul Farley's British Film Institute Modern Classics book on Distant Voices, Still Lives . Paul Farley - is an award winning English poet.

In Paul Farley's British Film Institute Modern Classics book on Distant Voices, Still Lives, Terence Davies describes how they chose the location for filming: The house where I grew up was demolished in 1961. In Paul Farley's BFI book, Terence Davies describes the process in which music came alive in the shooting of the film. I got my family to sing them - on tapes  . He was born in Liverpool, studied painting at the Chelsea School of Art, and has lived in London, Brighton and Cumbria.

Paul Farley's study of the film is both a personal response, as a Liverpudlian and as a poet, and an exploration of Davies' unique visual style, blending the spaces - the "short halls, stairways, coal cellars and meter cupboards of northern England" - and sounds - the BBC shipping forecast, .

Paul Farley's study of the film is both a personal response, as a Liverpudlian and as a poet, and an exploration of Davies' unique visual style, blending the spaces - the "short halls, stairways, coal cellars and meter cupboards of northern England" - and sounds - the BBC shipping forecast, a pub sing-a-long, the strains of Vaughan Williams and Britten - of memory.

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Set in "a world before Elvis, in a Liverpool before the Beatles", Terence Davies' film "Distant Voices, Still Lives" is an elegiac and intensely autobiographical meditation on a post-war working-class childhood. This study of the film is both a personal response, as a Liverpudlian and as a poet, and an exploration of Davies' unique visual style.