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by David and REED Bill EHRENSTEIN

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ISBN:
0907080316
Author:
David and REED Bill EHRENSTEIN
Language:
English
Publisher:
Virgin Books; 1st ed. edition (1982)
Pages:
384 pages
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1691 kb
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A good overview of Rock music in the movies. Each chapter could have been fleshed out into a complete book if the authors had wished. Everything from Jukebox Musicals to Rockumentary to Movies with Rock Soundtracks. Includes a LARGE appendix. If you're interested in this subject, this book can be picked up on the cheap at Amazaon (usually.

Critically examines the history of rock and roll movies, from ABBA, to Zachariah-which feature rock musicians or portray aspects of the rock music world.

Rock on Film is a testament of faith that the spirit of rock is alive and kicking in the 80's, no matter how strange or foreign it's new forms. Critically examines the history of rock and roll movies, from ABBA, to Zachariah-which feature rock musicians or portray aspects of the rock music world.

Ehrenstein wrote for Film Culture until 1983. During the 1960s he also wrote for December and the Village Voice. In 1982 he collaborated with Bill Reed on the book Rock On Film, while continuing to write for diverse publications, including the San Francisco Examiner, Rolling Stone, Cahiers du Cinéma, Arts, the Los Angeles Reader, Enclitic, and Wide Angle.

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. 22 from brooklynretiree. 3 from brooklynretiree. Are you sure you want to remove Rock on film from your list? Rock on film. Published 1982 by Delilah Books, Distributed by Putnam in New York.

David Ehrenstein has been writing about film and gay politics since 1965, for a wide variety of publications. His books include The Scorsese Picture: The Art and Life of Martin Scorsese, Open Secret: Gay Hollywood 1928–2000, and Masters of Cinema: Roman Polanski. La Cage aux Folles: Folles Family Values. As outré as it is, the most subversive thing about this classic farce is its take on what’s normal. On Film, Essays - Sep 9, 2013. Eating Raoul: Murder Most Delicious. Countercultural icons Paul Bartel and Mary Woronov makes square subversive in Bartel’s cult.