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Vampire Cinema: The First 100 Years

Written by acclaimed cultural historian, Christopher Frayling, Vampire Cinema: The First 100 Years emerges from the publishing vaults into the harsh light of day this October. Those familiar with Frayling’s work will know that ...
 
 
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The Art Of Film: Terry Ackland-Snow

You may not know his name, but you certainly know his work. Terry Ackland-Snow has worked on more than 80 feature films, including two James Bonds (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and The Living Daylights), Aliens, Batman, 2001...

 
 
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The Art And Soul Of Dune

Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel, Dune, was the starting point. A novel that won award after award—and, despite being discussed as the archetypal ‘un-filmable’ novel—went on to inspire an hugely successful TV and film franchise.  Her...
 
 
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The Art Of Making Movies: Gus Van Sant

This October, Laurence King Publishing will be releasing the first book to focus on the creative process of iconic filmmaker Gus Van Sant. Written by Katya Tylevich, The Art Of Making Movies: Gus Van Sant, takes the reader on a...

 
 
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Celebrating Guillermo del Toro

With Guillermo del Toro’s highly anticipated film Nightmare Alley slated for release on 17th December, and his live-action Pinocchio set to arrive on Disney+ in early 2021, it’s looking very much like a Del Toro Christmas. Fort...
 
 
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Exploring The Mysteries Of Cinema

Peter Conrad taught English literature at Christ Church, Oxford, from 1973 to 2011 and has written more than twenty books, including the superb Orson Welles: The Stories Of his Life and The Hitchcock Murders. So it’s no surpris...