'Page by page, William Park's epic poem 'Hollywood: An Epic Production' takes the reader on a poetic romp through Hollywood's razzle-dazzle history. The poem is composed by an author made of three personalities - the passionate moviegoer, scrupulous historian with an encyclopedic knowledge of films and why we love them, and witty poet. Park takes us on an elegiac journey from Capra to Kubrick, silent films to the modern day blockbuster that reminds us of all that is great about movies and poetry. Melding film and poetry in a deft blend, Park's poem is ultimately a celebration of the artistic spirit.'
Jon Avnet, director of Fried Green Tomatoes, Up Close and Personal, and Uprising.
'William Park loves the movies and loves the eighteenth century, and his mock-poetic history of Hollywood in heroic couplets brings together both loves.'
Gilberto Perez, author of The Material Ghost.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2003|
|Número de Páginas||140|