When Movies Were Theater:Architecture, Exhibition, and the Evolution of American Film William Paul
The Movie Theater Mystery #7: Martin Widmark
Movie Theaters of Washington, DC: Robert K. Headley
Historic Movie Theaters of Downtown Cleveland: Alan F. Dutka
The Ghosts at the Movie Theater #9: Dori Hillestad Butler
Explore the rich history of cinema like never before - from the golden age of black-and-white films to international art-house and 21st-century sci-fi - uncovering the key themes and big ideas behind more than 80 of the world´s most celebrated cinematic gems.Beginning with the iconic La Voyage Dans La Lune (1902) and ending with Richard Linklater´s ground-breaking Boyhood (2014), The Movie Book chronicles more than 100 of the best films ever made - from comedies and dramas, to animations, documentaries, and brings cinema to life. Discover everything about your favourite movies, as well as celebrated classics, the films you need to see, through iconic quotes and film stills, posters, biographies, movie memorabilia and narrative timelines. Essential for anyone with a passion for cinema, The Movie Book is ready for its close-up.
The list of films Irwin Winkler has produced in his more-than-50-year career is extraordinary: Rocky, Goodfellas, Raging Bull, Creed . His films have been nominated for 52 Academy Awards, includingfive movies for Best Picture, and have won 12. And Winkler is still working . Creed II, starring MichaelB. Jordan, opens this fall, followed by Martin Scorsese´s The Irishman , a major mafia saga for Netflixstarring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. In A Life in Movies , his charming and insightful memoir, Winkler tells the stories of his careerthrough his many films as a producer and then as a writer and director, charting the changes inHollywood over the past decades. Winkler started in the famous William Morris mailroom and made hisfirst film-starring Elvis-in the last days of the old studio system. Beginning in the late 1960s, and thenfor decades to come, he produced a string of provocative andinfluential films, making him one of the most critically lauded,prolific, and commercially successfulproducers of his era. This is an engrossing and candid book, a beguilingexploration of what it means to be a producer, from howrights get purchased and scripts developed to actors cast,directors managed, film edited, and awards won. Filled withtales of legendary and beloved films, as well as some not-so-legendaryand forgotten ones, A Life in Movies takes readersbehind the scenes and into the history of Hollywood.Irwin Winkler is an American film producer, writer, and director. He is the recipient of numerous American and international honors.
Packed with photographs of the most terrifying scenes in cinema history, Horror is the definitive guide tracing the story of horror, decade-by-decade. Whether you´re a seasoned, horror expert or a tentative horror explorer, this is the ultimate guide through a century of fear.