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Second wave / Ian Cameron ... [et al.]
Bib ID 464386
Format BookBook
Description New York : Praeger, c1970 
144 p. : ill., ports. ; 17 cm. 
Series

[Praeger film library]

Full contents
  • Introduction / by I.A. Cameron
  • Dusan Makavejev / by R. Wood
  • Jerzy Skolimowski / by M. Walker
  • Nagisa Oshima / by I. Cameron
  • Ruy Guerra / by M. Ciment
  • Glauber Rocha / by M. Ciment
  • Gilles Groulx / by R. Daudelin
  • Jean-Pierre Lefebvre / by J. Chabot
  • Jean-Marie Straub / by A. Engel
  • Filmographies / by E. Cameron.
 
Notes

"Translations from French by Elisabeth Cameron (Rocha and Guerra articles) and Elizabeth Kingsley-Rowe (Groulx and Lefebvre articles)"

Cover subtitle: Newer than new wave names in world cinema.

Subjects Motion picture producers and directors.
Other authors/contributors Cameron, Ian Alexander, 1937-

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