With over 60 reviews of books about film, Film on Paper offers a rich survey not just of the books, but also of the Time magazine critic's capacious and splendidly contrarian mind.
Containing interviews conducted between 1960 and 1983, Interviews demonstrates that Antonioni was, then as now, always one step ahead of his critics and interrogators.
David A. Price's well-researched history of Pixar is also a history of the long march of CGI, with stops along the way, including the war between Disney and Pixar, embodied here by Michael Eisner and Steve Jobs.
Harris' deeply researched account of the diverging fortunes of the five Best Picture nominees from 1968 provides a fascinating insider history of Hollywood in transition.