Woody Allen: Reel to Real
By Alex Sheremet
Publisher: Take2 Publishing
ISBN (Mobi) – 9780991588725
ISBN (Epub) – 9780991588732
Published: November 2014
Genre: Pop Culture / Cinema / Scholarly Reference
Formats Available For Review: PDF, Epub, Mobi, Kindle
“Woody Allen: Reel To Real” is the most comprehensive discussion of Woody’s film art to date, covering everything he’s ever written, directed, or otherwise acted in. It also responds to five decades of Woody-related criticism — both in print and online — before turning the tables on the director, himself, to dissect his opinions on art, life, and philosophy, and what they mean for his films.
Hailed as a “seminal” and “revolutionary” work (Dan Schneider, Cosmoetica), “one of the most significant pieces of film archaeology you could come across” (Dan Slevin, FishHead Magazine), and “the most far-reaching analysis of Woody Allen’s career so far” (John Greco, Twenty-Four Frames), it will be updated once a year with new essays, articles, and reviews. These updates will sync automatically with all purchased copies.
Alex Sheremet is a poet, critic, and novelist from Belarus. He graduated Valedictorian from the Macaulay Honors College in NYC. “Woody Allen: Reel To Real” is his first book-length publication.
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