A century of films: Derek Malcolm's personal best

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Tauris Parke Paperbacks, 2000 - Performing Arts - 184 pages
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Invited by The Guardian newspaper to explore his choice of 100 films in the millennium in a weekly column spanning two years, film writer and critic Derek Malcolm set out on a project which has attracted much attention. This book is a critical celebration of unparalleled knowledge and understanding of what cinema can achieve. Malcolm not only pleases to filmgoers, but introduces readers to films that they may not yet have discovered.

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Understated elegance informs the substance and style of Malcolm's 100 short essays on films that he could "not contemplate never seeing again." Selecting his favorite directors and limiting each to ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
The Leopard Luchino Visconti
15
Madam De Max Ophuls
29
Copyright

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Derek Malcolm is President of the International Film Critics Association and writes widely on international cinema. He has been the lead film critic for The Guardian newspaper for over 30 years.

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