Categories: DocumentaryFilmmaking

Talking Pictures: David Lean

An insight into the life of David Lean, whose drive and genius made him one of Britain’s greatest ever film directors. Featuring a compilation of rarely seen interviews and archive footage. Narrated by Sylvia Syms. David Lean is widely regarded as one of history’s greatest film directors. Epics like Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago and The Bridge on the River Kwai have left an indelible mark in film history, inspiring generations of cinema goers and filmmakers.

Spread the love

Recent Posts

Rats In the Attic: William Friedkin’s ‘The Exorcist’

[rev_slider alias="vragec"][/rev_slider]   By Tim Pelan Forty-five years after its powerful debut, and with all…

3 weeks ago

‘A Woman Under the Influence’: Cassavetes’ Intense and Emotionally Exhausting Slice of Life

  By Sven Mikulec When Gena Rowlands, his wife, expressed her interest in appearing in…

1 month ago

‘Mise-en-Scène’ and Fritz Lang: The Invaluable, Short-Lived Magazine’s Article on the Master of Darkness

  By Sven Mikulec In 1979, Case Western Reserve University Film Society started publishing a…

1 month ago

The Future is Now: Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Children of Men’ Paints a Bleak Picture of a World Devoid of Humanity

[rev_slider alias="decacoeka"][/rev_slider] Cinematographer: Emmanuel Lubezki. Production stills by Jaap Buitendijk © Universal Pictures   By…

1 month ago

The immortal ‘Casablanca’: Why the Old Hollywood’s Everlasting Masterpiece Is Still Beloved

[rev_slider alias="kasablankica"][/rev_slider]   By Sven Mikulec There is only a spoonful of movies that enjoy…

2 months ago