New British Cinema from 'Submarine' to '12 Years a Slave': The Resurgence of British Film-making

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Faber & Faber, Aug 18, 2015 - Performing Arts - 304 pages

Over the past year the success of British films at international film festivals - as well as the numerous awards bestowed on 12 Years a Slave - have demonstrated that British cinema has undergone a genuine renaissance that has caused new voices to emerge. At the same time, directors whose work has enthralled over the past five years have also continued to develop and expand their visions. The boundaries of British film-making are being redefined.

Beginning with a preface exploring some of the factors that have led to this fertile environment, New British Cinema features in-depth interviews with the film-making voices at the vanguard of this new wave. Figures such as Clio Barnard, Richard Ayoade, Steve McQueen, Jonathan Glazer, Carol Morley, Yann Demange, Peter Strickland and Ben Wheatley provide a valuable insight into their work and working methods.

 

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Title Page
Hossein Amini
Richard Ayoade
Yann Demange
Alex Garland
R Hood
Asif Kapadia
Hong Khaou
Gideon Koppel
Harry Macqueen
Carol Morley
Peter Strickland
Ben Wheatley
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Jason Wood works for the Curzon Cinema origanisation. He is the author of The Faber Book of Mexican Cinema and is also the editor of Nick Broomfield. Ian Haydn Smith is the editor of Curzon Magazine. Formerly the editor of the International Film Guide and series editor of 24 Frames, he has written widely on film and the arts.

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