The 'Three Colours' Trilogy

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Jul 25, 2019 - Performing Arts - 96 pages
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This appreciative account of the 'Three Colours' trilogy communicates the power and imagery of the films, and demonstrates how Kieslowski's art is brought to bear in their moving renditions of the lives of its characters. An interview with Kieslowsi shortly before his death concludes this tribute.
 

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This slim volume contains rather mindless retelling of Kieslowski's feature films; gives nothing new to understanding of Kieslowski's masterpieces. The only 'bonus' - an interview with the director, claimed to be 'one of his last interviews'. Read full review

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Contents
Making the Trilogy
White
Connections
Coda
Notes

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Geoff Andrew is a writer and lecturer on film. He is a programmer for BFI Southbank and the London Film Festival, a regular contributor to Sight & Sound magazine, and was for many years Film Editor of Time Out and Consultant Editor of the Time Out Film Guide. In addition to editing several books and contributing to numerous anthologies, Geoff has written, among others, a BFI Modern Classics volume on Kieslowski's Three Colours Trilogy, a study of the films of Nicholas Ray, and two critical dictionaries, The Film Handbook and Film Directors A-Z – The Art of the World's Greatest Film-makers. In 2009 the French government made him a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

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