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  • 129,00 kr.

    “Each of the thirty-nine tales of Alexander Kluge’s Cinema Stories combines fact and fiction, and they revolve around movie-making. The book compresses a lifetime of feeling, thought, and practice: Kluge-considered the father of New German Cinema-is an inventive wellspring of narrative notions. “The power of his pros,” as Small Press noted, “exudes the sort of pregnant richness one might find in the brief scenarios of unknown films.” Cinema Stories is a treasure trove of strikingly original writing and cinematic lore”

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    Scarce copy of the First edition, 1st printing of one of the most important books ever written by a filmmaker on filmmaking. – Sculpting in Time (“Captured Time”) the directors artistic testament was first published in Germany while Tarkovsky was exiled from Russia and working on Sacrifice his last movie and spending time in Berlin giving lectures on his work at Schloss Glienicke (West Germany). A revised and enlarged edition was published 1986 and the book was not published in English before 1986. The title refers to Tarkovsky’s own name for his style of filmmaking

  • 500,00 kr.

    Malmö: Galerie Börjeson, 1983. Leporello type (fold-out accordion) album in publisher’s pictorial boards. 5 pp. (text) and 48 full-colour plates. Introduction text by Per Olov Börjeson in both Swedish and English. One plate a bit wavy, otherwise fine copy. 48 portraits of Ingrid Bergman printed on glossy paper. Accordion-folded exhibition…

  • 175,00 kr.

    “CINEMA AND PAINTING: How Art is Used in Film”. London: The Athlone Press, 1997 (1996). 8vo softcover. XI, 303 pages. Illustrated. Clean and well preserved  

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    Delahaye, Michel et al. – Godard, Jean-Luc. – Truffaut, Francois et al (ed.):. CAHIERS DU CINEMA 38 issues from 1965 to 1968. Paris: Les éditions de l’Etoile, Cahiers Du Cinéma, 1965 to 1968. Thirty eight original issues of the most important movie magazine to have ever been published from the…

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    “De uforsonlige. Skæbner og fortællerformer i filmkunsten. Luis Bunuel, Andrej Tarkovskij, Robert Bresson, Jean-Luc Godard, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Jean Marie Straub”. Amadeus, 1988. 317 pp. Illustreret i s/h. Heftet

  • 200,00 kr.

    Glasgow, 1965. Small 8vo original booklet in stapled slightly worn wraps with illustration to front and illustration to back, Yellowish paper with title in red. 20 pages including cover

  • 160,00 kr.

    Hitchcock, Alfred. – Truffaut, Francois: HITCHCOCK by TRUFFAUT. A Panther Book 1969 (1967). Paperback 423 pages, richly illustrated in b/w. In our trusted cineaste’s opinion: the best book on filmmaking ever made

  • 245,00 kr.

    Dansk udgave af Alfred Hitchcock & Francois Truffauts’ Hitchcock by Truffaut ved Morten Piil. Rhodos, 1973. Tværformat. 267 pp. Hft. Illustreret. 1. oplag. Bogdesign ved Michael Malling  

  • 100,00 kr.

    Rhodos Film, 1971. Tvær8vo. Upagineret. Hft. Rigt illustreret Bogen er designet af Michael Malling

  • 289,00 kr.

    “Jonas Mekas was a force of nature – an untiring artistic energy field. He disregarded genres and broke all the rules, always favoring pure expression and experimentation over formulas and expectations. He was / is one of the most inspiring artists I’ve ever encountered – the poets’ version of a Kung Fu Master. Long live Jonas Mekas!” –Jim Jarmusch”

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    “Jonas Mekas was a force of nature – an untiring artistic energy field. He disregarded genres and broke all the rules, always favoring pure expression and experimentation over formulas and expectations. He was / is one of the most inspiring artists I’ve ever encountered – the poets’ version of a Kung Fu Master. Long live Jonas Mekas!” –Jim Jarmusch”