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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Written by Juliette Michaud, Foreword by Michel Hazanavicius
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Written by Juliette Michaud, Foreword by Michel Hazanavicius

  • December 17, 2013
  • Hardcover
  • Performing Arts - Film - History & Criticism
  • Flammarion
  • 9-1/2 x 12-1/4
  • $65.00
  • $65.00
  • 978-2-08-020172-0

About This Book

This work examines Hollywood from every angle-offering an insider's view of the iconic films and people that comprise the epicenter of unrivaled cinematic glory-and includes first-hand interviews with the stars. From the pioneers of cinema to the New Hollywood of the 1960s, this volume tells the epic tale of the golden age of American film studios. Featuring previously unpublished or rare interviews with Hollywood greats from Mickey Rooney to Kirk Douglas and from Jane Fonda to Julie Andrews, and including an excerpt from the last interview ever granted by the late Richard Burton, this history offers an insider's perspective of the world's most beloved entertainment traditions. From silent films to the innovations of sound and then color, from the studio systems that shaped Hollywood (nababs, censure, and "starification"), to glamour in all its facets (from set design to the femme fatale), and featuring all of the emblematic genres, professions, and even the studio brands, this book celebrates the vast creative hive at the center of the world's cinematic hub. Rare archival photographs from the set and behind the scenes accompany reproductions of the great movie posters and headshots of screen stars to provide a visual chronology of the evolution of American cinema. From musicals to Westerns to live-action movies, all of the great films, producers, stars, and directors that propagate the fabulous myth of Hollywood make this the ultimate homage and a valuable reference.

About the Author

Juliette Michaud is the French correspondent for Studio Magazine in Los Angeles and published a novel on her experiences in Hollywood. Michel Hazanavicius has directed many films, including the Oscar-winning The Artist.

Reviews

  • "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, celebrates the vast creative hive at the center of the world's cinematic hub. Juliette Michaud's work examines Hollywood from every angle-offering an insider's view of the iconic films and people that comprise theepicenter of unrivaled cinematic glory-and includes first-hand interviews with the stars. From the pioneers of cinema to the New Hollywood of the 1960s, this volume tells the epic tale of the golden age of American film studios. From musicals to Westerns to live-action movies, all of the great films, producers, stars, and directors that propagate the fabulous myth of Hollywood make this the ultimate homage and a valuable reference...this history offers an insider's perspective of the world's most beloved entertainment traditions." ~Examiner.com

    “This work examines Hollywood from every angle--offering an insider’s view of the iconic films and people…the epic tale of the golden age of American film studios…the fabulous myth of Hollywood make this the ultimate homage and a valuable reference.” –ForcesofGeek.com 
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