The Most Comprehensive One-Volume Encyclopedia of World Cinema.
The book Hollywood can't live without!
Ever since the 'International Film Encyclopedia' was first published in 1979 it has been widely regarded on both sides of the Atlantic as the reference book for anyone seriously interested in cinema. Containing over 7,000 entries, it's well-written, user-friendly, and bursting with essential data, famous stories and fascinating trivia.
This new edition will contain 20% entirely new material; the editors Fred Klein and Ronald Dean Nolan have updated every page, giving more thorough coverage to the "independent film" scene and adding new entries for all of the most current stars and trends, from Paul Thomas Anderson (director: 'Boogie Nights', 'Magnolia') to Hilary Swank (Oscar for Best Actress: 'Boys Don't Cry') and Hollywood's biggest movie ever, 'Titanic'.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 10 / 2003
- 185 x 233 x 63mm