£29.95

ISBN13: 9780500517529
HB - 292 x 248 mm
250 full-colour and b&w Illustrations
288pp

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Scorsese

A Retrospective
by Tom Shone

Since his emergence in the early seventies, Martin Scorsese has become one of the most respected names in cinema. Classics such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas are regularly cited as being among the finest films ever made.

This lavish retrospective is a fitting tribute to a remarkable director, now into his sixth decade in cinema and showing no signs of slowing down. Leading film writer, Tom Shone draws on his in-depth knowledge and distinctive viewpoint to present refreshing commentaries on all twenty- three main features, from the rarely shown Who's That Knocking at My Door? (1967) to the latest release, The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), as well as covering Scorsese's notable parallel career as a documentary maker. Impeccably designed, and copiously illustrated with more than two hundred stills and behind-the-scenes images, this is the definitive celebration of one of cinemas most enduring talents

Author Tom Shone was the film critic for The Sunday Times from 1994 until he moved to New York in 1999. He is the author of three books, Blockbuster: How Hollywood Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Summer, In the Rooms and Martin Scorsese: A Retrospective. His writing has appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times, the TLS, Intelligent Life, Areté, and Vogue. He is currently film critic at Newsweek and teaches film history and criticism at New York University.

Scorsese A Retrospective
Scorsese A Retrospective
Scorsese A Retrospective
Scorsese A Retrospective
Scorsese A Retrospective
Scorsese A Retrospective
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