Lindsay Anderson Diaries Paperback
Edited by Paul Sutton
Part of the Diaries, Letters and Essays series
The extraordinary and revealing diaries of the revolutionary British film and theatre director who became one of the major cultural figures of his time As a director, critic, writer and actor, Lindsay Anderson established a reputation as one of the most innovative, impassioned and fiercely independent British artists of the twentieth century.
In directing films such as If, This Sporting Life and O Lucky Man he championed a new wave of social responsiveness in British cinema, while as director at the Royal Court he was responsible for establishing the reputation of a number of groundbreaking plays. Throughout his life Anderson stood in opposition to the establishment of his day.
Published for the first time, his diaries provide a uniquely personal document of his artistic integrity and vision, his work, and his personal and public struggles.
Peopled by a myriad of artists and stars - Malcolm McDowell, Richard Harris, Albert Finney, Anthony Hopkins Brian Cox, Karel Reisz, Arthur Miller, George Michael - the Diaries provide a fascinating account of one of the most creative periods of British cultural life.Gripping Daily Express "Vicious and velvety in roughly equal measure ...Demands reading at a single sitting" Daily Telegraph "the reader of this book is richly rewarded" Daily Mail
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, Illustrations, ports.
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 10/11/2005
- Category: Individual film directors, film-makers
- ISBN: 9780413773982