From film-maker Bertrand Tavernier's first feature "Watchmaker of Saint-Paul" to his acclaimed "It All Starts Today, " released in Britain in 1999, his work, for all its unique variety, has maintained a consistent quality and political vision, and it has remained accessible to audiences inside and outside his native France. Offering an in-depth view of Tavernier's films, Hay examines the director-actor-camera relationships in them, as well as the influences of music, voice-overs, and editing. This book is based on the film-maker's conversations with the author and on first-hand observation of the director at work, and it gives valuable insight into the man himself.
French filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier is best known for his films Life and Nothing But and Round Midnight. This book concentrates on his art and craft, his unique and diverse directing style, his sixteen-plus features, and the man himself.
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