9781943876433

Freeze Frame

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  • ISBN13:

    9781943876433

  • ISBN10:

    1943876436

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2017-04-01
  • Publisher: Glitterati Inc

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Summary

Glitterati presents a new, expanded edition of the best-selling collection, Freeze Frame: Second Cut, featuring 150 new photographs of stars shot on-set over a period of more than 50 years, by the planet's most famous on-set photographer, Douglas Kirkland. From Angelina Jolie and Brigitte Bardot to Baz Luhrmann and Antonio Banderas, Kirkland, an artist in his own right, has been chronicling the making of films for more than half a century through his lens, and his riveting images take us behind the scenes to reveal much about the way movies are made. Going beyond the first edition, this book includes stories and anecdotes of behind the scenes, along with the pictures ranging from the 1960s through the 2000s. Here is a glamorous volume in a luxurious oversized format, chock-full of amazing portraits of the most illustrious and talented movie stars, directors, and performers from the last half-century of movie-making--a must for film fans everywhere.

Author Biography

Douglas Kirkland joined Look Magazine in his early twenties, and worked for Life Magazine during the golden age of 1960s-1970s photojournalism. Among his assignments were international features as well as fashion and celebrity work, photographing such luminaries as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlene Dietrich. Through the years, Kirkland has worked on the sets of hundreds of motion pictures. His fine arts photography has been exhibited all over the world, and is in the permanent collections of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, the Smithsonian, and the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. A sought-after lecturer, Kirkland has received a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the American S.O.C., Photographer of the Year from the PMA, a Lucie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Entertainment Photography, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from CAPIC in his native Canada. When not traveling the globe on assignment, he lives in the Hollywood Hills with his wife and business partner Françoise.

Table of Contents

Contents: On Becoming a Globetrotter; Salad Days; Tips for the Flying Class; Long Iceland Days; Scotland Discovery; Why I love Terminal 5 at Heathrow; For the Love of Paris; Viva Italia!; The Art of the Business Side Trip; Stranded: Part 1 - Roaming Rome; Baltic Inspiration; Stranded: Part 2 - Reaching New Heights in Africa; I'll Always Have Namibia; You Can Travel, or You Can Stay at Home; The Wonders of Nepal; A Lesson Learned in Bhutan; If You Like It, Buy It; The Lure of Southeast Asia; Money Talks in Many Languages; Shanghai: The City of the Future; The Snowy Mountains of Australia; The Zen of the Long-Haul Flight; Antarctica and the Arctic Circle; Take Me to Fiji; Running through Buenos Aires; Mendoza, A Wine Lover's Heaven; Excuse Me, Have You Seen Indiana Jones? Merry Christmas from the Atacama; The Land of the Equator; Solving the New Year's Eve Dilemma; There Are Those Places That We Love, and Then There Are Those...; Go West, My Friends; The Santa Fe Connection; W hat to Do if You Leave Something on a Plane; Hamptons Simple; Of Course You Should Come to New York; Epilogue to the Globetrotter Diaries; The A to Z of Globetrotting; Tips from World-Class Globetrotters

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