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Description The pioneering film director and theorist Sergei Eisenstein is known for the unequalled impact his films have had on the development of cinema. Less is known about his remarkable and extensive writing... more

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Description Drawing upon the more than 30-years experience of an industry professional, this book examines how to identify and break down shooting sequences in scripts, scout locations, create a production board ... more

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“Robert Wyatt - Eps”

published 18/02/2015

Experimental music doesn't get better

Some less shining moments

...Although I?m not a fan of jazz, perversely one of the artists I adore is free jazz influenced Robert Wyatt. His EPs album is the collection of many of the singles that Wyatt released during his career. Unfortunately, I understand the great man at 70 has pretty much retired so there is probably no further output to come. Robert Wyatt ? unlikely pop star Wyatt is perhaps (sadly) most...

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“King Robert Hotel”

published 18/08/2012

Great hotel with good service

A bit of a trek into Stirling and a little pricey

..., lets get on with the hotel review. I was quite pleased to be staying at a hotel, really. I've never stayed in one by myself before - although I've been in a few in Italy with school tour groups. I looked the King Robert up before I left for Stirling and it looks way more expensive than anything I could afford if I were paying the bill myself. The website says the nightly rate for a single room is...

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Out there free jazz that's quite listenable

Nothing outstanding here

...Robert Wyatt?s first solo album was recorded during an extended chill out break away from his then band Soft Machine and it really follows in the same vein as those out-there, psychedelic free jazz merchants. Ha, in fact I think the End of an Ear is perhaps even more out there and less commercial (if that is indeed possible). Wyatt recorded the album in a few weeks in London in the summer of 1970...

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