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About the author:
Mahmoud Reza Sani is an award winning filmmaker and the president of the Ibn Arabi Film Festival (IBAFF) located in Murcia, Spain. He has written, directed and produced several short and feature films, documentaries and television serials.
In 2000 he founded Arvandan Film Production which specializes in low budget, high caliber documentaries and films which are often shot under difficult conditions.

Men at Work: Cinematic Lessons from Abbas Kiarostami is his first book.

Men At Work
 

Cinematic Lessons From Abbas Kiarostami

Authored by Mahmoud Reza Sani
Foreword by Jean-Claude Carrière
Cover design or artwork by Azadeh Jahantabi Nejad
Edited by Melanie Hughes
Translated by Alireza Lalehfar
Edition: 1

What if you could take a Master Class from a Master of Cinema?

In a new book, Mah­moud Reza Sani takes us inside such a class. He allows us to sit in on the beginning days of a workshop taught by critically-acclaimed and award-winning direc­tor Abbas Kiarostami (Taste of Cherry, Cer­ti­fied Copy, Like Some­one in Love).

In Feb­ru­ary 2012, Abbas Kiarostami trav­eled to Spain to receive the Ibn-Arabi tro­phy for a life­time of artistic achievements. It was decided at that time that he would hold a 10 day film maker workshop for 35 students who had traveled from all over the world in eager anticipation to attend this once in a lifetime event.

We join Kiarostami in class as he con­verses with the stu­dents and author. We lis­ten as Kiarostami rem­i­nisces about some of his past expe­ri­ences and offers insight into his cin­e­matic style. We learn as he advises the stu­dents on how to shape their sto­ries and find their voice, not only in the world of film but also in their lives.

The book also includes the fore­word 'Lessons of Refusal' writ­ten by famed French Screen­writer Jean-Claude Car­rière (Dis­creet Charm of the Bour­geoisie, Belle du Jour).


Publication Date:
2013-11-06
ISBN/EAN13:
0989993701 / 9780989993708
Page Count:
140
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Performing Arts / Film & Video / Direction & Production




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