Dalí, Surrealism and CinemaeBook - 2010
Salvador Dalí is one of the most widely recognised and most controversial artists of the twentieth century. He was also an avant-garde filmmaker - collaborating with such giants as Luis Buñuel, Walt Disney and Alfred Hitchcock - though the impetus and endurance of his fascination with film has rarely been given the attention it merits. King surveys the full range of Dalí's eccentric activities with(in) the cinema. Influenced by the Marx Brothers, Buster Keaton and Stanley Kubrick, Dalí used the cinema to bring the 'dream subjects' of his paintings to life, providing the groundwork for revoluti.
Publisher: Harpenden : Oldcastle Books, 2010
Branch Call Number: 791.4302 Ki
Characteristics: 1 online resource (365 pages)