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The cinema of Otto Preminger.

by Gerald Pratley

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Published by A. Zwemmer, A. S. Barnes in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Preminger, Otto

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe International film guide series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1998.A3 P683
    The Physical Object
    Pagination191 p.
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5078539M
    ISBN 100498078604
    LC Control Number74141573

      As an avid cinema fan, I've always found Otto's films overly long, self important, and way too episodic. I recently saw Preminger's The Cardinal, and I was surprised at how much I loved the film. I've decided to go over Preminger's work again, and that's one of the main reasons I read this book.5/5(5).   * Hitchcock’s Judy (Kim Novak) sounds almost exactly like Preminger’s Stella! B(U)Y THE BOOK. MY BOOK, A Short Chronology of World Cinema, IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FROM THE SANDS FILMS CINEMA CLUB IN LONDON. USING EITHER OF THE LINKS BELOW, ACCESS THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THIS BOOK, FROM WHICH YOU CAN ORDER ONE OR MORE COPIES .

      This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.   Upper-class Manhattan wife-and-mom Dyan Cannon eschews libertine behavior; then mansplaining husband Laurence Luckinbill’s minor surgery becomes an extended hospital stay and she finds his little black book detailing his flings, spurring her to act or: Otto Preminger.

    Early life. Preminger was born on December 5, in Vyzhnytsia, Wiznitz, Austria–Hungary (present Vyzhnytsia, Ukraine) to Jews Markus and Josefa Preminger. Career. After moving from the theatre to Hollywood, he directed over 35 feature movies in a 50 year rose to fame for his stylish movie mysteries such as Laura () and Fallen Angel ().Born: 5 December , Vyzhnytsia, .   Starting on Wednesday with a double feature of “Laura” () and “Daisy Kenyon” (), Film Forum in Manhattan will present 23 films by Otto Preminger over 16 : Dave Kehr.


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The Cinema of Otto Preminger Hardcover – January 1, by Gerald [Preminger, Otto] Pratley (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 5 formats and editions 1/5(1). Chris Fujiwara is a film critic and programmer who has written several books on cinema, including Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall (), The World and Its Double: The Life and Work of Otto Preminger (), and Jerry Lewis ().

He also edited the book Defining Moments in Movies (). He has lectured on film aesthetics and film history at Tokyo University, Yale University, Author: Chris Fujiwara. The cinema of Otto Preminger. [Gerald Pratley] -- Examines the film and theater career of Otto Preminger. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

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Cinema of Otto Preminger. London, A. Zwemmer; New York, A.S. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Cinema of Otto Preminger at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.1/5(1). In an interview with his fellow filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich, Otto Preminger speaks of the influence of the law on his life and work.

Preminger’s father was a District Attorney and Attorney General for the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1) and, even though Otto studied law formally, his education sprang more from his attachment to the law through…Author: John Fidler. 7 Case Analysis: Otto-Preminger-Institut v Austria.

In this last chapter, we want to exemplify the arguments presented above by analysing the case Otto-Preminger-Institut v Austria, which was decided by the ECtHR in 1 The main aim of this chapter is to give a more concrete account of how the fairly abstract discussion which has dominated this book so far works in case analysis and helps.

Hollywood, California -- Over in a comer of the big sound stage, John Wayne was playing chess. He was leaning against a packing crate and studying the board in complete oblivion to the commotion Henry Hathaway was raising 10 yards away.

Hathaway got into the movie business as a juvenile in and. Otto Preminger, Austrian-born American director who defied Hollywood censorship with controversial films such as The Moon Is Blue, The Man with the Golden Arm, and Anatomy of a Murder.

Particularly adept at thrillers, he also helmed such classics. Exodus, American epic film, released inthat was Otto Preminger’s big-budget adaptation of Leon Uris’s best seller about the founding of the modern state of Israel in The film opens in post-World War II Cyprus, where Jewish refugees have gathered after British forces prevented them from entering Ben Canaan (played by Paul Newman) is a member of the Haganah.

Laura is a American film noir produced and directed by Otto stars Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and Clifton Webb along with Vincent Price and Judith screenplay by Jay Dratler, Samuel Hoffenstein and Betty Reinhardt is based on the novel Laura by Vera by: David Raksin.

Editorial Reviews. In many ways, Otto Preminger's hypnotically stylish adaptation of Vera Caspary's novel (and his first major feature) adheres to film noir conventions. It is a dark, melodramatic thriller, awash in cool shadows and snappy dialogue. Yet the film also possesses an air of refined urbanity and offbeat elegance, qualities not usually found among the moody mysteries and tortured /5(15).

The film apparently dials down the anti-British, and anti-Arab, sentiment of the book, but it is still fairly evident. However, this is an epic with a point of view, strident at times, but sure of itself. I was impressed, as I always am, with Otto Preminger's rigorous intelligent filmmaking/5(K). Born in Bukovina—a location familiar to Dracula fans—in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Otto Preminger is one of several prominent European filmmakers forced to flee Nazism and emigrate to Hollywood, which he helped to reshape over the years with his daring and often transgressive films.

One of the most publicly known directors of his time, Preminger is largely remembered for his taboo. Otto Ludwig Preminger was born in Wiznitz, Bukovina, Austria-Hungary.

His father was a prosecutor, and Otto originally intended to follow his father into a law career; however, he fell in love with the theater in his 20's and became one of the most imaginative stage producers and directors. He was only 24 when engaged by Max Reinhardt to take.

Originally a law student, Otto Preminger got his first acting experience with Max Reinhardt's theater company while studying for his degree.

He entered the theater as a producer and director, came to America as a director inand was hired by 20th Century Fox. After leaving the studio for Broadway at the end of the '30s, he returned in Born:   Blu-ray Review: The Otto Preminger Collection. and points out its influence on subsequent genre cinema, as well as on comic book superheroes like the Hulk and Iron Man.

He also examines the film’s intriguing subtext with regard to gender relations and sexuality. Also on the disc is a comparison of the German and export release versions of /5. Book a film for my cinema. Find out about international touring programmes.

Explore film & TV. In this section. Films, TV & people. Latest from the BFI. Four classic titles by Otto Preminger and Jules Dassin, delivering a heady dose of intrigue, moral ambiguity and.

Otto Ludwig Preminger was born in a German-speaking conclave of Wiznitz, Poland (later the Ukraine) on Dec. 5, His father, Markus Preminger, was a Galician Jew who had been appointed as a public prosecutor by Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Josef I.

Directed by Otto Preminger. With Paul Newman, Eva Marie Saint, Ralph Richardson, Peter Lawford. The state of Israel is created inresulting in war with its Arab neighbors/10(K). Still, as in the movies, legend trumps reality, and it is Otto the Ogre who dominates much of “Otto Preminger,” Foster Hirsch’s earnest, sympathetic, but rather pedestrian : Richard Schickel.The cinema of Otto Preminger / by Gerald Pratley A.

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“Let’s go see a western.” — Patricia (Jean Seberg) in Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless (). I’ve been a fan of ace American auteur Budd Boetticher ever since I saw The Tall T, a superior B-western from starring Boetticher’s favorite leading man Randolph Scott, on VHS back in the mids.