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- Publication Date:March 1, 2008
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The UK-based American artist Margaret Salmon creates stylized filmic portraits that weave together poetry and documentary. This illustrated reader contains an interview with the artist, an essay on Salmon's films, a short story by Raymond Carver and an historic look at Italian Neorealism by film critic Andre Bazin, reprinted from his seminal What is Cinema?.
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