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The Cinema of Tom DiCillo: Include Me Out - Directors' Cuts (Hardback)
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The Cinema of Tom DiCillo: Include Me Out - Directors' Cuts (Hardback)

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Hardback 208 Pages / Published: 20/10/2017
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The Cinema of Tom DiCillo: Include Me Out considers for the first time in a single collection this acclaimed, award-winning director's entire oeuvre, addressing and analyzing themes such as identity, family, and masculinity, supported by in-depth coverage of the generic and aesthetic aspects of DiCillo's distinctive and influential film style. Through exhaustively detailed chapters on each of DiCillo's feature films, presented here is a candid look behind-the-scenes of both the American independent film industry-from the No Wave movement of the 1980s, through the Indie boom of the 1990s, to the contemporary milieu-and the Hollywood studio system. This comprehensive auteur study documents the writing, production, and release of every DiCillo picture, each followed by an extensive Q&A with the director. Also featured is a foreword written by acclaimed actor and filmmaker Steve Buscemi, as well as exclusive interviews and commentary with many cast members and collaborators, including Kevin Corrigan, Maxwell Caulfield, Melonie Diaz, Peter Dinklage, Gina Gershon, Catherine Keener, Alison Lohman, Matthew Modine, Chris Noth, Sam Rockwell, John Turturro, and members of legendary rock group the Doors. Films covered include Johnny Suede, Living In Oblivion, Box of Moonlight, The Real Blonde, Double Whammy, Delirious, When You're Strange, and Down in Shadowland.

Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231185349
Number of pages: 208


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Funny, moving, entertaining and insightful, Include Me Out is a truly riveting account of one man's incredible dedication to his art.--Paul Nolan "Hot Press "
[The Cinema of Tom DiCillo] is informal and informative. It is dense, factual and rich in primary sourced research, as befits a scholarly milieu, yet it is written in such a style as to be accessible to anybody with an interest in film culture or film history. Those with ambitions to direct their own films should find it an especially illuminating read.--Books Ireland Magazine

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