6 edition of Henri Langlois, first citizen of cinema found in the catalog.
|Statement||Glenn Myrent and Georges P. Langlois ; translated from the French by Lisa Nesselson ; preface by Akira Kurosawa.|
|Series||Twayne"s filmmakers series|
|LC Classifications||PN1998.3.L38 L3613 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 357 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||357|
|ISBN 10||080574522X, 0805745211|
|LC Control Number||94027336|
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Get this from a library. Henri Langlois, first citizen of cinema. [Georges Patrick Langlois; Glenn Myrent] -- The story of Henri Langlois and his Cinematheque is itself the stuff of movies, a tale vividly recounted in this, the first English translation of a book.
Henri Langlois: First Citizen of Cinema Paperback – February 1, by Glenn Myrent (Author), Georges P. Langlois (Author), Akira Kurosawa (Foreword) & See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Cited by: 4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Filmmakers: Henri Langlois, First Citizen of Cinema (, Paperback) at the best online prices at. Henri Langlois, co-founder of the Cinémathèque Française in Paris inthe world's first film archive, was an enormously curious and classically rumpled film aficionado who fought film's disposable status by saving everything.
This documentary is a tribute to his preservation efforts. A passion for films: Henri Langlois and the Cinemathèque française by Richard Roud (Book); Henri Langlois, first citizen of cinema by Georges Patrick Langlois (Book); Henri Langlois, premier citoyen du cinéma by Georges Patrick Langlois (Book).
A "first rate documentary" (NY Post) and "a memoir of a lost kingdom" (Village Voice), HENRI LANGLOIS: PHANTOM OF THE CINEMATHEQUE celebrates the man who cultivated cinema's future by protecting its past. Langlois, in the words of grateful acolyte Jean-Luc Godard, "produced a way of seeing films" that inspired two generations of filmmakers and changed the.
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Book a film for my cinema. Find out about international touring programmes. Explore film & TV. In this section. Films, TV & people CITIZEN LANGLOIS () Tweet. Tweet. Film details. Featuring. Niels Henri Langlois. Production Company. Henri Langlois was the legendary founder of the Cinémathèque Française, which is not only one of the great film archives and film showing institutions in the world but it was an incubator of the whole new wave cinema in France because it was the film school for directors like Jacques Rivette, Francois Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Eric Rohmer.
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PARIS, Jan. 13—Henri Langlois, founder and director of the French Cinematheque, which, with its estima films, is one of the world's great movie collections, died of a heart attack at.
Together with Georges Langlois (Henri‚s brother), Mr. Myrent wrote the definitive biography, „Henri Langlois, First Citizen of Cinema,‰ published by Simon & Schuster in In addition, Myrent‚s articles on film have appeared in New York Times, Variety, International Herald Tribune, Film History, French Review, Paris Notes, and.
Further synchronicity re: your previous post LETTING THE WORLD GIVE YOU A DREAM - Wikipedia attributes this quote to Méliès, "Laugh, my friends. Laugh with me, laugh for me, because I dream your dreams." (quote from Myrent, Glenn & Langlois, Georges P.
Henri Langlois: First Citizen of Cinema. Twayne Publishers. 40 - 41). Directed by Roberto Guerra, Eila Hershon. With Kenneth Anger, Ingrid Bergman, Catherine Deneuve, Lillian Gish. Henri Langlois tour of French Cinemathèque early locations. History.
The collection emerged from the efforts of Henri Langlois and Lotte H Eisner in the mid s to collect and screen films. Langlois had acquired one of the largest collections in the world by the beginning of World War II, only to have it nearly wiped out by the German authorities in occupied France, who ordered the destruction of all films made prior to Henri Langlois (13 November – 13 January ) was a French film archivist and cinephile.A pioneer of film preservation, Langlois was an influential figure in the history of film screenings in Paris in the s are often credited with providing the ideas that led to the development of the auteur theory.
Langlois was co-founder of the Cinémathèque. The Langlois Affair began on February 9, That was the day when Henri Langlois, the director of the Cinémathèque Française, which he had established, in .