Buchpräsentation und Lesung

«Take a touching story, a good screenplay and a passionate director», advices Eric Pleskow as he answers the question for his formula for success: «Then you need a known leading act and a big portion of luck!» Hardly an other one has managed to combine these ingredients so virtuoso like the former president of United Artists and Orion Pictures. For that he was awarded several times with the Oscar and has left so unforgettable and stirring films like [I]One flew of the Cuckoo’s Nest[/i], <![CDATA[<i>]]>Amadeus<![CDATA[</i>]]>, <![CDATA[<i>]]>Platoon<![CDATA[</i>]]>, <![CDATA[<i>]]>Apocalypse Now<![CDATA[</i>]]> or <![CDATA[<i>]]>The Silence of the Lambs<![CDATA[</i>]]>.
Now a very personal biography by Andrea Ernst describes the exceptional career of a man, who formed the film of the 70ies and 80ies. In dialogue with the author Eric Pleskow gives new perspectives on the history of film of the twentieth century. He explains why he intensively involved himself with European film, directors like Francois Truffaut, Frederico Fellini, Louis Malle, Pier Paolo Passolini and Bernardo Bertolucci – and tells about coincident, that formed film business as great historic events did.

The Interview is moderated by Andrea Ernst
<![CDATA[<i>]]>In cooperation with Picus Verlag<![CDATA[</i>]]>

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