Jump to navigation Jump to search Andrei Tarkovsky — was a Russian film director , screenwriter and film theorist. He directed several student films, co-directed a documentary, and was the author of numerous screenplays, both for his own films and for those of other directors. He directed two stage plays and one radio production, played minor acting roles in several films, and wrote a book on film theory. In addition, Tarkovsky kept a diary published posthumously and appeared in, or was the subject of, several dozen documentaries on the history of cinema and the art and craft of filmmaking. Tarkovsky began his career at the State Institute of Cinematography with several student films. This was followed by four other films during the period to

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Since his death inAndrei Tarkovsky has become increasingly recognized as screenplays of the great masters of world cinema. The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. This item may be ccollected floor model or store return that has been used. Books by Andrei Tarkovsky. Plays, Screenplays Books in English. Plays, Screenplays Signed Books. Iran, Islamic Republic of. This volume collects his great works for the first time in one volume, as well as three of his unproduced screenplays.

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His first plays, with their dingy, working-class settings and surface naturalism, seemed to link Pinter with this group, but only the surface of his plays is naturalistic; most of a Pinter play takes place beneath the surface. His closest affinities are with a more centrally important movement, the Theater of the Absurd. As a young man, before he started writing plays, the works of Franz Kafka and Samuel Beckett made a great impression on Pinter. Like Kafka, Pinter portrays the absurdity of human existence with a loving attention to detail that creates the deceptive naturalism of his surfaces. It is particularly with the meticulously rendered, tape-recorder-accurate language of his characters that Pinter pulls the naturalistic and absurdist strands of his drama all together. Pinter, however, is more than an accurate recorder of speech; he is also a poet. The language of his characters, for all of their inarticulateness, is finally profoundly communicative of the human condition.


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She was married to Ivan Ivanovich Vishnyakov, a native of the Kaluga Governorate who studied law at the Moscow University and served as a judge in Kozelsk. He returned home in , having being awarded a Red Star after being shot in one of his legs which he would eventually need to amputate due to gangrene. In Tarkovsky enrolled at the Moscow School No. During the war, the three evacuated to Yuryevets , living with his maternal grandmother. In the family returned to Moscow. Tarkovsky continued his studies at his old school, where the poet Andrey Voznesensky was one of his classmates. He studied piano at a music school and attended classes at an art school.


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