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    Alfred Hitchcock

    Alfred Hitchcock (UK, 1899-1980) is undeniably theworld's most famous film director. His name hasbecome synonymous with the cinema, and eachnew generation takes the same pleasure in rediscoveringhis films, which are now treasures ofour artistic heritage. Hitchcock started out in theBritish silent cinema of the 1920s, which reachedits peak with succ

    Stanley Kubrick

    Stanley Kubrick (USA, 1928-99) was a master whotook the art of filmmaking further than any othercontemporary director, a creative perfectionistwhose work now fascinates new generations.He started out as a photographer before movinginto film noir aged barely 25, after which thepower and originality of his work soon broughthim box-office success. In

    Martin Scorsese

    Martin Scorsese (USA, b. 1942) is among the mostprolific of American directors, having made morethan 25 features in a 40-year career that has seenhim garner all the highest honours the film worldcan bestow. Since the success of Taxi Driver in1976, which also marked the start of his long collaborationwith Robert De Niro, he has continuedto draw endl

    Steven Spielberg

    Steven Spielberg (USA, b. 1946) was the boy wonderof the new Hollywood of the 1970s. TakingOrson Welles as his model, he made Duel agedonly 25, following it up with a string of successesthat brought him the adulation of the studios. Asa fan of special effects, and entirely attuned tothe shift towards younger film audiences, he tookentertainment to

    Tim Burton

    -- From Edward Scissorhands to Alice in Wonderland, Tim Burton hassucceeded in creating a body of work that is both extraordinarilyeccentric, inventive and personal, and extremely popular-- Supported by interviews with the filmmaker, anecdotes and in-depthresearch, this monograph reveals the keys to Burton's unique world,film by film-- The author,

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