Levy's in-depth biography makes a convincing case for a revival of interest in the maestro's glorious body of work.
Lovell's evenhanded biography of John Sturges fills yet another gap in our knowledge of postwar Hollywood, tracing the life and work of the director of such films as The Magnificent Seven and The Great Escape.
Michael Sragow profiles the former auto racer, who Steven Spielberg once complimented as "one of the great chameleons. We honor his movies and don't know him - because he did his job so well."
The Rutgers film professor's richly detailed history is a New Yorker's passionate and unabashedly city-proud reclamation of film production in NYC, a ceaselessly eye-opening work of Gotham-based cultural anthropology and archeology.
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