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Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and his Revolutionary Comic Strip

by Nevin Martell

An affectionate and revealing book about uncovering the story�behind this most uncommon trio - a man, a boy and his tiger.


Goin' Crazy with Sam Peckinpah and All Our Friends

by Max Evans & Robert Nott

In this enthralling memoir we follow Evans and Peckinpah through conversations in bars, family gatherings, binges on drugs and alcohol, struggles with film producers and executives, and Peckinpah's abusive behavior-sometimes...


Elvis: The Biography

by Jerry Hopkins

Elvis Presley is the single biggest personality in American popular culture. Over three decades after his death in August 1977, he remains the undisputed king of rock’n’roll. Featuring a wealth of first-hand...


Cher: Strong Enough

by Josiah Howard

Throughout her astonishing fifty-year career – which has encompassed TV triumphs, a string of international hits, an Oscar statuette and a Las Vegas residency – Cher’s personal life has continually made...


One Direction: No Limits

by Mick O'Shea

Five boys. Millions of devoted fans. One Direction! Since graduating from TV talent show The X Factor in 2010, cleancut cuties One Direction have taken the pop world by storm, breaking chart records on both...


Being Benedict Cumberbatch

by Joanna Benecke

His fans regularly discuss whether he looks more like ‘an otter’ or ‘a hammerhead shark’, but that hasn’t stopped Benedict Cumberbatch becoming an international sex symbol who’s on the cusp of Hollywood...


Harry Styles: Photo-Biography

by Elle Cowen

Determined to live while he’s young, he’s the cutest, wildest fifth of the hottest boy band on the planet: One Direction. Packed with over 70 gorgeous full-color photographs, this lavish visual biography...


Todd Haynes: Interviews

by Julia Leyda

A pioneer of the New Queer Cinema, Todd Haynes (b. 1961) is a leading American independent filmmaker. Whether working with talking dolls in a homemade short (Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story) or with Oscar-winning...


Adventures in the Scream Trade: Scenes from an Operatic Life

by Charles Long

Charles Long thrilled opera audiences for more than two decades, performing on some of America’s and the world’s most famous stages and singing alongside some of the medium’s greatest stars. Now retired,...


The Futurist: The Life and Films of James Cameron

by Rebecca Keegan

With the release of Avatar in December 2009, James Cameron cements his reputation as king of sci-fi and blockbuster filmmaking. It’s a distinction he’s long been building, through a directing career that...


Journey of a Thousand Miles

by Lang Lang & David Ritz

Journey of a Thousand Miles tells the remarkable story of a boy who sacrificed almost everything - family, financial security, childhood and his reputation in China's insular classical music world - to fulfil...


100 Reasons to Love Ryan Gosling

by Joanna Benecke

Actor. Director. Musician. Heartthrob. Feminist icon (sort of). There’s only one Ryan Gosling. Women want him. Men want to be him. Most Tumblr blogs are about him. No mere Hollywood pretty boy, he’s a model...


The Oprah Phenomenon

by Jennifer Harris

With a Foreword by Robert J. Thompson Her image is iconic: Oprah Winfrey has built an empire on her ability to connect with and inspire her audience. No longer just a name, "Oprah" has become a brand representing...


Patricia Neal: An Unquiet Life

by Stephen Shearer

With her commanding presence, legendary actress Patricia Neal (1926-2010) anchored such classic movies as The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951), A Face in the Crowd (1957), and Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) ....


Buzz: The Life and Art of Busby Berkeley

by Jeffrey Spivak

Characterized by grandiose song-and-dance numbers featuring ornate geometric patterns and mimicked in many modern films, Busby Berkeley's unique artistry is as recognizable and striking as ever. From his years...


Arthur Penn

by Nat Segaloff

Arthur Penn: American Director is the comprehensive biography of one of the twentieth century's most influential filmmakers. Thematic chapters lucidly convey the story of Penn's life and career, as well as pertinent...


Being Hal Ashby

by Nick Dawson

Hal Ashby set the standard for subsequent independent filmmakers by crafting unique, thoughtful, and challenging films that continue to influence new generations of directors. Initially finding success as an...


I Wonder as I Wander

by Ron Pen

Louisville native John Jacob Niles (1892-1980) is considered to be one of our nation's most influential musicians. As a composer and balladeer, Niles drew inspiration from the deep well of traditional Appalachian...


Warren Oates

by Susan Compo

Though he never quite reached the lead actor status he worked so relentlessly to achieve, Warren Oates (1928-1982) is known today as one of the most memorable and skilled character actors of the 1960s and 1970s....


Hedy Lamarr

by Ruth Barton

Hedy Lamarr's life was punctuated by salacious rumors and public scandal, but it was her stunning looks and classic Hollywood glamour that continuously captivated audiences. Born Hedwig Kiesler, she escaped...