Luis Bunuel

Luis Bunuel : The Red Years, 1929-1939

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Originally published in Spain as Los anos rojos de Luis Bunuel.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 472 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 32mm | 703.06g
  • University of Wisconsin Press
  • Wisconsin, United States
  • English
  • English.
  • 0299284743
  • 9780299284749
  • 1,796,887

Review quote

Gubern and Hammond s book is of course about Bunuel . . . but it is also about other aspects of those years: social fears and social change, the Surrealist movement, the paradigm shift that the advent of talkies would bring to cinema, Republican propaganda during the Spanish Civil War, the diverging paths that Spain s early film production companies (Filmofono and Cifesa) would take, and, ultimately, about the choices that artists like Bunuel faced in the 1930s. "Journal of Modern History""

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About Román Gubern

Roman Gubern is professor at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona and has been a guest researcher at MIT. He is author of numerous screenplays for film and television and of more than forty books on cinema, popular culture, and semiotics, including "1936 1939: La Guerra de Espana en la pantalla." Paul Hammond is author and editor of several books, including "The Shadow and Its Shadow: Surrealist Writings on the Cinema." Among his many translations is "A Panorama of American Film Noir" by Borde and Chaumeton. Both authors live in Barcelona."

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