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*Read Pdf ⚤ Kazan on Directing ä Elia Kazan Was The Mid Twentieth Century S Most Celebrated Director Of Both Stage And Screen, And This Book Shows Us The Master At WorkKazan Directed Virtually Back To Back The Greatest American Dramas Of The Era By Arthur Miller And Tennessee Williams And Revolutionized Theatre And Film With Dynamic Action, Poetic Staging, And Rigorous Naturalism His List Of Broadway And Hollywood Successes A Streetcar Named Desire Stage And Screen , All My Sons, Death Of A Salesman, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, On The Waterfront, East Of Eden, Baby Doll, America America, To Name Only A Few Is A Testament To His Profound Impact On The Art Of Directing Kazan S Insights Into These And Other Classic Stage Works Shaped Their Subsequent Productions And Continue To Do So There Is No Directorial Achievement In America Equal To HisThis Remarkable Book, Drawn From His Notebooks, Letters, Interviews, And Autobiography, Reveals Kazan S Method How He Uncovered For Himself The Spine Or Core Of Each Script And Each Character How He Analyzed Each Piece In Terms Of His Own Experience How He Determined The Specifics Of His Production, From Casting And Costuming To Set Design And Cinematography And We See How He Worked With Writers On Scripts And With Actors On InterpretationThe Final Section, The Pleasures Of Directing Essays Kazan Was Writing In His Last Decade Is Informal, Provocative, Candid, And Passionate A Wise Old Pro Sharing The Secrets Of His Craft, Advising Us How To Search For Ourselves In Each Project, How To Fight The System, And How To Have Fun Doing ItPublished In Kazan S Centenary Year, This Monumental, Revelatory Book, Edited By Robert Cornfield, Is Essential Reading For Everyone Interested In American Movies And Theatre First, I do not want to be a film director I read this book because of my admiration of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller s plays If you don t know all of his films, you ll need to do a little Googling to catch up Overall, this is a look into the mind of one of theatre and cinema s greatest After reading, you will see how a competitive, ambitious and creative mind works He makes no apologies, and frankly who needs them The honesty of his writing is the passion of a true artist I m glad I took the time to read the entire book because I ll never look at Streetcar Named Desire and the Death of a Salesman the same way again. It took me so long to read because I did not want it to end.So I would go back and re read passages, then continue, only to go back again.The man is p u r e genius.Congratulate me for graduating from this film school. Esperava bem mais Para um livro sobre a vis o do diretor sobre dire o de teatro e cinema, tem muito pouco conte do sobre a vis o do autor sobre o assunto A maior parte do livro foca nas anota es de Kazan sobre as obras dirigidas, todas extra das dos cadernos que ele mantinha enquanto estava preparando se para dirigir algo.Tendo lido outro livro sobre dire o de atores, Friendly Enemies The Actor Director Relationship , o que pode se extrair de tudo isso um costume de Kazan de imergir se no conte do da obra e dissec la de um ponto ao outro, buscar a coluna vertebral e ver como ela se encaixa com sua pr pria experi ncia de vida Kazan sempre buscava uma conex o entre si e a sua obra Uma conex o ntima entre diretor e trabalho era necess ria para haver algum sucesso Li o extra da explore a obra o m ximo poss vel para encontrar seu n cleo, ajuste o resto do trabalho de acordo com ele se necess rio e verifique sua rela o pessoal com este n cleo.Por outro lado, h pouqu ssimo conte do sobre o ato de dirigir em si coisas que ele fazia, t cnicas, objetivos, qualidades buscadas Apenas no final h cap tulos breves sobre caracter sticas de um diretor ideal e alguns detalhes da atua o do diretor dentro do mercado de cinema Nada sobre a experi ncia pessoal de Elia Kazan, seus segredos Quanto a isso, o livro foi bem decepcionante. .