7 edition of Emile de Antonio found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PN1998.3.D3846 L48 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
|ISBN 10||0299169103, 0299169146|
|LC Control Number||00009309|
Emile De Antonio show list info. Emile Francisco de Antonio (  – Decem ) was an American director and producer of documentary films, usually detailing political, social, and counterculture events circa s–s. He has been referred to by scholars and critics alike, and arguably remains, “ the most important. Emile de Antonio Actor, Director Documentary filmmaker Emile de Antonio created a great deal of controversy during his nearly 20 years as a filmmaker by making decidedly Marxist underground films that sharply criticized his native U.S. during the times when the Cold War was still very real.
Emile de Antonio () was a radical American documentary filmmaker during the Cold War years, specializing in political documentaries that cobbled together television footage, interviews, and other audio-visual material to argue his point. In a career spanning more than three decades, he covered such subjects as the McCarthy hearings, the assassination of JFK, the Vietnam [ ]. Emil de Antonio “Documentary ” Sampler, Part Four Below are four new excerpts from the book, accompanied by film stills only seen here. Pig” was the first major documentary in protest of American involvement in Vietnam and it’s admirable that director Emile de Antonio rejected the era’s fashionable agitprop to instead.
Critique Stendhalienne De Balzac a Zola, LA by Emile J. Talbot and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Emile de Antonio est né en dans la ville minière de Scranton, en père, Emilio de Antonio, est un immigrant italien qui a transmis à son fils son amour pour la philosophie, la littérature classique, l'histoire et les arts.Décès: 16 décembre (à 70 ans), New York.
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Emile de Emile de Antonio book A Reader is the first full-length volume devoted to this major American filmmaker. It collects interviews with and writings by de Antonio; reviews and other critical material that detail the genesis, production history, and reception of his films; a comprehensive filmography; and an in-depth biographical essay.5/5(2).
Emile de Antonio, Director: In the King of Prussia. The son of a wealthy physician, Emile de Antonio grew up in the tough coal-mining town of Scranton, Pennsylvania, and it made a deep impression on him.
His sympathies were always with working-class people (although he was a Harvard graduate, he was at times a dock worker, a peddler, the captain of a river barge and a broker in war-surplus Occupation: Director, Producer, Actor.
Emile de Antonio April 27 to May 7 Intimate of Andy Warhol, John Cage, and the Weather Underground, few men lived through and chronicled the tumult of the s and their aftermath Emile de Antonio book fully as Emile de Antonio: savage satirist, collagist, political polemicist, montage artist, and fiercely independent filmmaker.
Emile de Antonio (–) was the most important political filmmaker in the United States during the Cold War. Director of such controversial films as Point of Order (), In the Year of the Pig (), Millhouse: A White Comedy (), and Mr.
Hoover and I (), de Antonio lived a remarkable life in dissent. De Antonio was a womanizing raconteur, upper-class Marxist, Harvard. The first full-length book on de Antonio’s films, Douglas Kellner and Daniel G.
Streible’s superb Emile de Antonio: A Reader is a long-overdue appreciation of one of America’s greatest independent ed by the editors’ exceedingly well-informed summary of de Antonio’s career, the raison d’etre of the book is its fantastic collection of interviews, well-selected.
Irrepressible Emile de Antonio Speaks () / Susan Linfield. Red Bass Interview: Emile de Antonio () / Jay Murphy. Emile de Antonio with Jean-Michel Basquiat () / Jean-Michel Basquiat. Emile de Antonio () / Jean W. Ross. Why I Make Films () / Emile de Antonio --pt.
The Films. Point of Order. The Point of View in Point of. Painters painting: a candid history of the modern art scene, by Emile De Antonio (Book) 16 editions published between and in English and held by. De Antonio's film is something of a rare-bird within the documentary genre, in that he lets the protagonists tell the story without a narrator informing the viewer what they are witnessing.
The optional feature of director's commentary lends an entirely new dimension to /5(24). Emile de Antonio recognized his friends to be the center of this postwar movement, even when the New York art establishment thought of them as jokes. Films from that era reveal relaxed conversations over tea (or over the canvas) with Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Philip Pavia, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol to name a : New Video Group.
Emile de Antonio with film posters De Antonio was not only a supporter and distributor of other directors’ films, he was an active participant in the New York art world, a scene which he documented in his film, Painters Painting.
Point of Order. was first imagined by Emile de Antonio and Daniel Talbot in De Antonio and Talbot thought a film about the Army–McCarthy hearings could be successful at Henry Rosenberg's New Yorker Theater.
De Antonio persuaded Richard Ellison at CBS to help him find footage of the Army-McCarthy Hearings; Ellison informed de Antonio Directed by: Emile de Antonio. Read this book on Questia. Innovative documentary filmmaker; friend of Andy Warhol, John Cage, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and other leading figures of the New York art world; radical leftist critic of the Establishment; and legendary bon vivant: Emile de Antonio () was a larger-than-life personality and a key figure in the development of post-war American cinema.
Emile de Antonio: Films of a Radical Saint gathers four of De Antonio's later, even more controversial docus. They played in New York and in college towns, when they weren't effectively banned by the government, as De Antonio claims was the case with Millhouse: A White Comedy.
All are essential to any serious study of documentary film. Emile de Antonio () was a radical American documentary filmmaker during the Cold War years, a remarkably fertile period of both independent filmmaking and political dissent. He specialized in political documentaries with a compilation style, cobbling together television footage, interviews, and other audio-visual material to argue his.
Emile Francisco de Antonio: Nickname: De: Mini Bio (1) The son of a wealthy physician, Emile de Antonio grew up in the tough coal-mining town of Scranton, Pennsylvania, and it made a deep impression on him.
His sympathies were always with working-class people (although he was a Harvard graduate, he was at times a dock worker, a peddler, the.
Emile de Antonio, a producer and director of anti-establishment documentary films, died after a heart attack Friday in front of his home on the Lower East Side. He was 70 years old. cineaste, Emile de Antonio, who, on Wednesday, screened in Paris, Rush to Judgment, a film made by him with attorney Mark Lane, author of the book of the same name, which attacked the haste with which the Warren Commission decided Oswald was the lone assassin of President Kennedy and Ruby the lone assassin of Size: 6MB.
Learn more about Emile De Antonio at with exclusive news, full bio and filmography as well as photos, videos, and more. Emile de Antonio () was an important political filmmaker in the United States during the Cold War.
Director of such controversial films as "Point of Order" (), "In the Year of the Pig" (), "Millhouse: A White Comedy" () and "Mr. Hoover and I". Antonio, Emile de. [Emile de Antonio]: artist file John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Library, Ringling Museum Library: creatorOf: Mitford, Jessica, Papers, (bulk ).
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center: creatorOf: De Antonio, Emile. To watch “In the Year of the Pig,” the Vietnam War documentary by Emile de Antonio () is to be dropped into the middle of a long-germinating and still-developing disaster.
The movie, screening this weekend in a newly restored millimeter print as part of Metrograph’s current de Antonio retrospective, is not a history of the Vietnam War so much as an immersion in the ideas.Emile de Antonio Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Emile de Antonio photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!Emile definition, a didactic novel () by J.
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