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by Richard Schickel
Film on Paper: The Inner Life of Movies (2008). Shortly after that, the movies became a more serious habit
Film on Paper: The Inner Life of Movies (2008). Conversations with Scorsese (2011). Steven Spielberg: A Retrospective (2012). This is a borzoi book. Shortly after that, the movies became a more serious habit. There were two sub-run theaters-as opposed to first-run-within walking distance of my house, and two regular companions who lived on my block and liked the movies as much as I did. Friday nights or Sunday afternoons, Danny Seifert or Kenny Siegesmund and I, or all three of us, trotted off to the movies almost without fail, not much caring what was playing and pretty much liking everything we saw, no genres excluded.
In absorbing essays on books about film, the distinguished critic Richard Schickel offers more insights into moviemaking on every page than a reader will find in an entire shelf of film encyclopedias. His trenchant observations about films, actors, directors, producers, and the machinations of an always fascinating industry are consistently authoritative and entertaining.
In absorbing essays on books about film, the distinguished critic Richard Schickel offers more insights into moviemaking on every page than a. .Film on Paper promises to be one of the most enjoyable movie books of the year.
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Richard Warren Schickel (February 10, 1933 – February 18, 2017) was an American film historian, journalist, author, documentarian, and film and literary critic. His last writings about film were for Truthdig. He was interviewed in For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism (2009).
Richard Schickel, Movie Critic, Author and Filmmaker, Dies at 8.
Richard Schickel, Movie Critic, Author and Filmmaker, Dies at 84. Richard Schickel and the actress Olympia Dukakis in a conversation in Los Angeles in 2003. Chris Hatcher/Getty Images. In a career that spanned the star-studded studio era and the rise of independent directors, he also wrote 37 books on movies and filmmakers and wrote or directed more than 30 documentaries, mostly for television.
He also wrote 37 books and was involved with 30 documentaries related to the film industry. Richard Schickel, Time magazine's longtime film critic and a noted chronicler of the movie business, died Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 84. Schickel's family told the Los Angeles Times that he died after complications from a series of strokes. He was one of the fathers of American film criticism," said Schickel's daughter Erika. He had a singular voice. When he wrote or spoke, he had an old-fashioned way of turning a phrase. He was blunt and succinct both on the page.