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Cineaste, America's leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema, has been acclaimed worldwide for its interviews with filmmakers and film critics. In the early 1980s, a collection of some of the best of these was published as The Cineaste Interviews. Now, Cineaste Interviews 2 takes on the aesthetic and political issues that have dominated the film scene over the last twenty years. The focus of this particular collection of twenty-five interviews is on the role of the director.About the AuthorGary Crowdus founded Cineaste in 1967, while studying film production at New York University, and he has headed the editorial board ever since. He was an associate editor of the now defunct Film Society Review. He has worked in film and video distribution with The Tricontinental Film Center and Unifilm (1968-1972). He is presently President of Distribution at The Cinema Guild. He is the editor of and a contributor to A Political Companion to American Film.
- ISBN: 9780941702508