BOGDANOVICH Peter( Director, screenwriter, producer, critic)
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Biography BOGDANOVICH Peter
He made his debut in film as a director in 1968 ( 'Targets' (Targets)), after having worked previously as an assistant at P. Poop. The next film - 'delivered by John Ford' (Directed by John Ford, 1971) - was the artistic and documentary research creativity favorite producer. Many tapes Bogdanovich created in the retro genre, marked by a loving and careful re-creation of a bygone era. These are his paintings' What's that, Professor? " (What's up, Doc?, 1972) and 'Nikelodeon' (Nickelodeon, 1976): the first is modeled on the 'dumb comic' strip, and the second tells about the infancy of Hollywood.
. However, the real triumph Bogdanovich learned with other retro-film 'Paper Moon' (Paper Moon, . 1973), . where quotations from the best tapes of old movies were not declared on the level of plot, . as it were dissolved in the story of two tramps - cute loser and his little daughter.,
. In a genre that in this country called 'near retro' (by analogy with the same product A
. Bits), was made the best picture Bogdanovich - 'The Last Picture Show' (The Last Picture Show, 1971), telling about his youth of his own generation, of the American outback 50-ies. Subsequently, the filmmaker has made a continuation - 'Tehasvill' (Texasville, 1990), but the film has not enjoyed such success. Fine Films ( 'Daisy Miller', . Daisy Miller, . 1974), . sly comedy ( 'They all laughed', . They all Laughed, . 1981) and humane, . smart melodrama ( 'Mask', . Mask, . 1985) issue of intelligent Bogdanovich, . thinking producer, . who found their place in the U.S. movie the previous two decades,
. However, in the 90 years was forced to work only on TV.
1. What's up Doc? - 1972 (comedy)
2. I illegally yours - 1988 (comedy)
3. Crazy scaffolding - 1992 (comedy)
4. That Thing Called Love - 1993 (Drama)
5. Violent City II: The Christmas Killer - 1998 (Action)
6. Death in Hollywood - 2002 (Drama)