by Olson, Danel [editor.]; Bozung, Justin [interviewer.]; McAvoy, Catriona, 1978- [interviewer.]; Unkrich, Lee [writer of introduction.].Publisher: Lakewood, Colorado : Centipede Press, Description: 750 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 22 cm.ISBN: 161347069X; 9781613470695; 9781613471524; 1613471521.Other title: Shining.Subject(s): Kubrick, Stanley -- Criticism and interpretation | Shining (Motion picture) | Horror films -- History and criticism | Horror films -- Interviews | Motion picture actors and actresses -- Interviews | Ghosts in motion pictures
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Edited by Danel Olson (The Exorcist: Studies in the Horror Film), with nineteen new interviews by Justin Bozung and recent Paris/London conversations with co-screenwriter Diane Johnson and the legendary Shining Twins by Catriona McAvoy, this study is the first featuring recent reminiscences with cast & crew of The Shining and original interdisciplinary essays by top critics. This landmark edition also includes rare and unpublished photographs, archival material, seminal reprints, and galleries of artwork & posters inspired by the Kubrick film, all on heavy acid-free paper in two full-color, brilliantly-designed Smyth-sewn paperback.
Based on Stephen King's novel.
Introduction/Lee Unkrich -- Essays -- Kubrik in Hell/John Baxter -- The Overlook Hotel/Paul Mayersberg -- The Art of Adaption/Greg Jenkins -- The Displaces Auteur/Dennis Bingham -- Sutured Time/Tony Magistrale -- Midnight, the Stars, and You/Christine Gengaro -- "They Ate Each Other Up?"/Bernice M. Murphy -- Frozen Hearts/Joseph Bruchac -- Archaeologists of Hauntings/Dylan Trigg -- The Genius Fallacy/Ben Vincent -- Shining Through the Labyrinth/Danel Olson -- Cast Interviews -- Jack Nicholson/Nav Pierce -- Shelley Duvall/Justin Bozung -- Joe Turkel/Justin Bozung -- The Grady Twins/Catriona McAvoy -- Lisa and Louise Burns/Danel Olson -- Lia Beldan/Justin Bozung -- Barry Dennen/Justin Bozung -- Cathy Munroe/Justin Bozung -- Derek LyonsJustin Bozung -- Robin Pappas/Justin Bozung -- Crew Interviews -- Stanley Kubrick/Michel Ciment -- Leon Vitali/Danel Olson -- Diane Johnson/Catriona Avery -- Garrett Brown/Danel Olson -- John Alcott/Herb Lightman -- Greg MacGillivray/Justin Bozung -- Stanley Kubrick Remembered/Greg MacGillivray -- Gordon Stainforth/Justin Bozung -- Ivan Sharrock/Justin Bozung -- Drawings of Cast and Crew/Tom Smith -- Kelvin Pike/Justin Bozung -- James Devis/Justin Bozung -- Les Tomkin/Justin Bozung -- Brian Cook/Justin Bozung -- Ray Andrew/Justin Bozung -- Doug Milsome/Justin Bozung -- Emilo D'Alessandro/Justin Bozung -- Joan Honour Smith/Justin Bozung.
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John Baxter was born in Randwick, New South Wales in 1939. He is an Australian-born writer, journalist, and film-maker. He has lived in Britain and the U.S. as well as in his native Sydney, but has made his home in Paris since 1989. He began writing science fiction in the early 1960s for New Worlds, Science Fantasy and other British magazines. His first novel was published as a book in the US by Ace as The Off-Worlders. He was Visiting Professor at Hollins College in Virginia in 1975-1976. He has written a number of short stories and novels in that genre and a book about SF in the movies, as well as editing collections of Australian science fiction.
For a number of years in the sixties, he was active in the Sydney Film Festival, and during the 1980s served in a consulting capacity on a number of film-funding bodies, as well as writing film criticism for The Australian and other periodicals. Since moving to Paris, he has written four books of autobiography, A Pound of Paper: Confessions of a Book Addict, We'll Always Have Paris: Sex and Love in the City of Light, Immoveable feast : a Paris Christmas, and The Most Beautiful Walk in the World : a Pedestrian in Paris. In 2015 his title, Five Nights in Paris: After Dark in the City of Light, made The New Zealand Best Seller List.
(Bowker Author Biography)