Future Noir: the Making of "Blade Runner" (Export Only)
This is an insider's account of the making of "Blade Runner", arguably the most influential science fiction film ever made. It was a seven-year odyssey which tested the nerve and imagination of the most innovative writers, producers, special effects technicians and set designers in the industry. The author was present throughout the entire development and filming of "Blade Runner", collecting over 200 hours of transcribed talks, including the last interview given by Philip K. Dick and an interview with Ridley Scott.
- 15 Sep 1997
- Orion Publishing Co
- London, United Kingdom
About Paul M. Sammon
Paul M. Sammon has written for The Los Angeles Times, The American Cinematographer, Cahiers Du Cinema and Cinifantastique. His fiction has appeared in many collections and he is editor of the best selling American Splatterpunks series. As a film maker Paul M. Sammon has produced, edited and directed dozensof documentaries on films such as Platoon, Dune and Robocop. He is the author of Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner and his latest book is about the