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Screen Epiphanies: Filmmakers on the Films that Inspired Them

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In this unique volume, thirty-five leading international filmmakers explain their reasons for pursuing a career in the movie industry, and reveal thefilm moments that stayed with them long after they left the movie theater. From Paul Schrader on Bresson’s Pickpocket to Anthony Minghella on The Blue Angel, Screen Epiphanies provides extraordinary insight into the filmmaking ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published January 19th 2010 by British Film Institute
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