The Cinema One series, published during the late '60s through the '70s, contains monographs on some of the greatest film directors as well as a variety of other subjects by film critics such as Jim Kitses, Andrew Sarris, and Kevin Brownlow. An essential addition to any cinephile's library, these monographs contain some of the best film writing from the Golden Age of Criticism.
Currently, we have available three volumes from the series: Losey on Losey, Mamoulian, and Horizons West:
Tom Milne's auteur study of director Joseph Losey, famous for his films The Servant (1963), The King and Country (1964), and Accident (1967), features interviews about his work for the cinema and theater, examines his own intentions and failures, and his experiences being blacklisted in Hollywood. Doubleday, New York, 1968. VG+
Tom Milne's auteur study explores the filmography of director Rouben Mamoulian, known for his use of synthetic sound in 1931's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the first three-colour Technicolor film Becky Sharp, and his musicals - most notably, Silk Stockings. London, BFI, 1969. NM
Jim Kitses' treatise on the Western includes auteur studies of Anthony Mann, Budd Boetticher, and Sam Peckinpah. Indiana University Press in association with Sight and Sound, 1970. First US Printing. VG, with some light markings.
Please direct all inquiries about the Cinema One series to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a rotating selection of installments in this series, and if you are interested in a full set, please reach out directly.