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Séquences. No. 289, Mars-Avril 2014

by BusinessNews Publishing

This work offers a summary of the book ?GET MOTIVATED: Overcome Any Obstacle, Achieve Any Goal, and Accelerate Your Success With Motivational DNA? by Tamara Lowe.Tamara Lowe is a public speaker and consultant....

Ciné-Bulles. Vol. 32 No. 2, Printemps 2014

by BusinessNews Publishing

This work offers a summary of the book " YES! 50 Scientifically Proven Ways To Be Persuasive" by Noah Goldstein, Steve Martin and Robert Cialdini.

When it comes to your ability to persuade others, sometimes just...

The Cinema of Agnès Varda

by Delphine Benezet

Agnès Varda, a pioneer of the French New Wave, has been making radical films for over half a century. Many of these are considered by scholars, filmmakers, and audiences alike, as audacious, seminal, and unforgettable....

Slow Movies

by Ira Jaffe

"In all film there is the desire to capture the motion of life, to refuse immobility," Agnes Varda has noted. But to capture the reality of human experience, cinema must fasten on stillness and inaction as much...

The Horror Show Guide

by Mike Mayo

This cinefile’s guidebook covers the horror genre monstrously well! Find reviews of over 1,000 of the best, weirdest, wickedest, wackiest, and most entertaining scary movies from every age of horror!


New Chinese Cinema

by Sheila Cornelius

New Chinese Cinema: Challenging Representations examines the ‘search for roots’ films that emerged from China in the aftermath of the Cultural Revolution. The authors contextualize the films of the so-called...

British Social Realism

by Samantha Lay

British Social Realism details and explores the rich tradition of social realism in British cinema from its beginnings in the documentary movement of the 1930s to its more stylistically eclectic and generically...

Early Cinema

by Simon Popple & Joe Kember

This book introduces the reader to the study of cinema as a series of aesthetic, technological, cultural, ideological and economic debates while exploring new and challenging approaches to the subject. It explores...


by Jon Hoel

Few filmmakers could even attempt the fearlessness of Andrei Tarkovsky's cinema and his most ambitious work, Stalker (1977), is arguably the most thoughtful science-fiction film ever made. Stalker parallels...

Reading Hollywood

by Deborah Thomas

This book examines the treatment of space and narrative in a selection of classic films including My Darling Clementine, It's a Wonderful Life, and Vertigo. Deborah Thomas employs a variety of arguments in exploring...

The Story of Film

by Mark Cousins

An updated edition – with completely new chapters – of the most accessible and compelling history of the cinema yet published, and complements Mark Cousins' fascinating 15-hour film documentary The Story...

Poldark's Cornwall

by Gill Knappett

Are you longing to know where your favourite scenes in Poldark were filmed? Or discover the secrets behind the derelict mines and perfect, unspoiled beaches? Pitkin’s latest addition to the Film Locations...

Abbas Kiarostami's Cinema of Life

by Julian Rice

Standing apart from celebrated Iranian ideals of war and martyrdom, revolutionary filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami was known as a man who praised life and celebrated it in all his works. Creating films for more than...

The Blood on Satan's Claw

by David Evans-Powell

Widely regarded as one of the foundational 'Unholy Trinity' of folk horror film, The Blood on Satan's Claw (1971) has been comparatively over-shadowed, if not maligned, when compared to Witchfinder General (1968)...

Peeping Tom

by Kiri Bloom Walden

Reviled on its release, Peeping Tom (1960) all-but ended the career of director Michael Powell, previously one of Britain's most revered filmmakers. The story of a murderous cameraman and his compulsion to record...


by Eugenio Ercolani & Marcus Stiglegger

In the fading atmosphere of the New Hollywood era, William Friedkin - the wunderkind director with an Academy Award for his cop drama, The French Connection (1971) who then scored an even bigger success with...

Le Mythe Star Wars VII, VIII & IX 

by Quentin Boëton

Will you dare to immerse yourself in the troubling universe of Bersek in order to discover the themes, the depth and the genius of this artistic, philosophical and symbolic work?

Anyone who dares to analyze Berserk...


by Brandon Grafius

Robert Eggers' The Witch (2015) is one of the most critically acclaimed horror films of recent years, praised as a genre film of unusual depth which eschews jump scares in favour of a gradually and steadily...

Jurassic Park

by Paul Bullock

Jurassic Park (1993) is one of Steven Spielberg's most beloved films. Over twenty-five years on from its original release, it has accrued four sequels, a legion of worldwide fans, and a wide range of merchandise...

Ex Machina

by Joshua Grimm

Ex Machina (2014) impressed critics and audiences alike with its bold ideas and all-too-realistic depiction of the unexpected consequences of constructing a sentient being. In his feature directorial debut,...