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Ken Loach John Hill's definitive study looks at the career and work of British director Ken Loach. From his early television work (Cathy Come Home) through to landmark films (Kes) and examinations of British society (Looking For Eric) this landmark study reveals Loach as one of the great European directors. Full description
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'Not only offers a detailed critical study of virtually Loach's entire output from the now-lost BBC play Catherine (1964) to his most recent feature Route Irish (2010), but also explores the internal and external politics governing their production and reception, in often fascinating detail... [This is] clearly the most important addition to Loach scholarship since Graham Fuller's book-length 1998 interview Loach on Loach.' - Michael Brooke, Sight & Sound
'Hill's definitive study of Loach's television and film production from the mid-1960s to the present combines first-rate primary research with insightful thematic analysis to situate the director and his work within the political, institutional, and artistic contexts that gave the work form.' - CHOICE
A definitive study of the great British director, addressing Loach's entire film and television career, and drawing on original archival research and interviews with Loach himself.
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Book Description British Film Institute, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11184457203X
Book Description British Film Institute, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M184457203X