Twenty-four times a second: films and film-makers, by William S. Pechter.


[1st ed.].. New York, Harper and Row [1971] .

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Subjects Motion pictures.
Description x, 324 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Essays.
Also issued online.
Summary Critical essays written by the author since 1960.
Contents 1. Practice. Period piece: Hollywood, 1960 -- 2. Films. =Time² ; Two movies and their critics ; Froth in a widening context ; Last night at Marienbad ; 8 1/2 times two ; Violence, American style ; Anti-Western ; Notes on cant -- 3. Film-makers. The closed mind of Sergei Eisenstein ; American madness ; The light is dark enough ; Parts of some time spent with Abraham Polonsky ; Trials ; The director vanishes ; Racial freedom: aspects of Jean Renoir ; Buñuel ; A persistence of vision ; For and against Godard ; Satyajit Ray: an appreciation -- 4. Spectators. On Agee on film ; The art of the film (cont.) -- 5. Theory. Toward "film appreciation."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)122388
(OCoLC)ocm00122388
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WorldCat Identities Pechter, William S., 1936-
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