Film Talk: Directors at Work

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INDEX
Abel, Alan, 123
Abominable Snowman, The (1957), 25, 29
Accident (1967), 20
Actor's Lab, 101
Adams, Julie, 51
Adler, Stella, 191
Adventures of Sebastian Cole, The (1998), 163
Advocate, The (magazine), 169
Age of Innocence, The (1993), 163
Agutter, Jenny, 114
Ajibade, Yemi, 112
Ali, Muhammad, 113, 114
Alias (television), 160
Alias Mike Hercules (television), 53
Allen, Irwin, 22
Allen, Woody, 23, 33, 34, 34, 35, 178
Alonso, Maria Conchita, 193
Altamont Speedway, 71, 72, 73
America (1986), 132
American Cinematheque, 23
American Film Institute, 198
American International Pictures, 93, 95, 108
Analyze This (1999), 183
Anders, Luana, 129
Anderson, Paul Thomas, 133
Andress, Ursula, 35
Anger, Kenneth, 128
Another World (television), xii, 193
Anthem series (National Public Radio), 174, 176
Anthropology Museum (Paris), 76
Antonio, James, 127, 129
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 116
Apocalypse Now (1979), 86
Araki, Gregg, 165, 170
Arbus, Alan, 127, 129, 132
Argento, Dario, 143
Arkoff, Sam, 108
Arruza, Carlos, 38, 40, 41, 54, 54, 55
Arruza (1974), 39, 53, 54, 54, 55
Arthur, Jean, 41
Ashby, Hal, 133
Ashley, Elizabeth, 193
Ask a Policeman (1939), 37
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976), 148
Assigned to Danger (1948), 45
As the World Turns (television), 192
Au-Pair Girls, The (1972), 37
Avalanche Express (1979), 113, 115
Avedon, Richard, 181
Babbit, Jamie, ix, xii, 160–173
Babo 73 (1964), 121, 122
Back Door to Hell (1964), 104, 105
Balaban, Bob, 179
Balcon, Michael (Mickey), 10
Baldwin, James, 181
Ballard, Lucien, 48, 55
Balls Bluff (1963), 122, 123
Baretta (television), 113
Barris, Chuck, 132
Barry, Joan, 7
Barrymore, John, no
Basil, Toni, 129
Batman Begins (2005), 185
Battle Beyond the Sun (1960), 86

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • The Old Masters 1
  • Ronald Neame 3
  • Val Guest 23
  • Budd Boetticher 38
  • Albert Maysles 58
  • Cult Visions 81
  • Jack Hill 83
  • Monte Hellman 98
  • Robert Downey Sr 119
  • New Voices 137
  • Takashi Shimizu 139
  • Jamie Babbit 160
  • Bennett Miller 174
  • Kasi Lemmons 188
  • Index 205
  • About the Author 218
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