Notes of a Film Director
Sergei Eisenstein is arguably the most important single figure in the history of movies. He was certainly the most versatile. The director of the masterpieces Battleship Potemkin and Alexander Nevsky, Eisenstein also wrote ground-breaking essays on film art and taught classes on motion picture production. In this book Eisenstein writes about himself and his films, about film directing and about artists he has worked with. The last chapter is his own drawings and sketches.
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- Paperback | 272 pages
- 148 x 226 x 22mm | 399.17g
- 28 Apr 2003
- Fredonia Books (NL)
- Illustrations, black and white