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The Times on Cinema


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70 years of film journalism explored through the pages of The Times. The Times on Cinema opens The Times' and the Sunday Times' vast archives of reviews and coverage of Hollywood's most treasured films. Featuring many of cinema's most revered critics, including Philip French, Dilys Powell, Tom Shone and Kate Muir, whose award-winning journalism has often determined the success or failure of a film, the book spans seven decades of film criticism. Editor and critic Brian Pendreigh also complies a selection of the most infamously scathing reviews ever to grace the pages of The Times, as well as a collection of legendary interviews with iconic actors, actresses, directors and producers, who lay bare the secrets to their successes. Featuring a range of rare film stills from The Times' collection, The Times on Cinema is the first book of its kind to make use of such an extensive archive, and is the perfect gift for all cinephiles. AUTHOR: Brian Pendreigh was film correspondent, and latterly cinema editor, of The Scotsman newspaper for ten years before becoming a freelance film journalist in 1997. He now writes regularly on film for The Guardian, Sunday Times and Herald. His books include On Location: The Film Fan's Guide to Britain and Ireland (Mainstream, 1995) Mel Gibson and His Movies (Bloomsbury 1996) and Ewan McGregor (Orion, 1998, 1999). 16 colour illustrations, 8 colour plates

Product code: 9780750985444

ISBN 9780750985444
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW156
No. Of Pages 336
Publisher The History Press Ltd
The Times on Cinema explores the history of film journalism through The Times' extensive archive of reviews and interviews