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PRINTED BOOKS
Author Lucas, George, 1944-

Title George Lucas : interviews / edited by Sally Kline.

Published Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, [1999]
©1999

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  791.430233092 LUCA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxvi, 237 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Conversations with filmmakers series.
Conversations with filmmakers series.
Notes Includes index.
Bibliography Filmography: page [xxi]-xxvi.
Contents George Lucas / Judy Stone -- THX 1138 - Made in San Francisco / American Cinematographer -- The Filming of American Graffiti / Larry Sturhahn -- George Lucas: The Stinky Kid Hits the Big Time / Stephen Farber -- George Lucas Goes Far Out / Stephen Zito -- The Morning of the Magician: George Lucas and Star Wars / Claire Clouzot -- George Lucas / Michael Pye and Linda Miles -- The Empire Strikes Back and So Does Filmmaker George Lucas with His Sequel to Star Wars / Jean Vallely -- The George Lucas Saga / Kerry O'Quinn -- Burden of Dreams: George Lucas / Aljean Harmetz -- George Lucas / David Sheff -- A Short Time Ago, On a Ranch Not So Far Away ... / Lisa Vincenzi -- George Lucas: His First Love Is Editing / Denise Abbott -- Lucasvision / Thomas R. King -- Radioland Murders Press Conference / Sally Kline -- Lucas the Loner Returns to Wars / Rex Weiner -- Letter From Skywalker Ranch: Why Is the Force Still With Us? / John Seabrook -- Luke Skywalker Goes Home / Bernard Weinraub.
Saber Rattler / Jack Mathews.
Summary A director, producer, and writer, George Lucas is the power behind "The Force." The son of a conservative small-town businessman, he grew up to become arguably the most identifiable and popular filmmaker in the history of the medium. Yet unlike his more publicly engaged contemporaries, Lucas rarely grants reporters an audience.
This first book of Lucas's interviews affords fans and students of film and science fiction a rare opportunity. Editor Sally Kline collects conversations from the reticent director spanning Lucas's entire career, from the making of his first film, 1971's THX-1138, through American Graffiti, the triumph of the Star Wars trilogy, and even a 1999 interview given while awaiting the release of Star Wars: Episode I- The Phantom Menace.
In interviews from venues such as Rolling Stone, Playboy, and American Film, Lucas reveals his distrust of the Hollywood establishment, his love for making movies, and his unambiguous values. Those values translate into the epic clash between good and evil created when he explores characters like Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker.
Lucas revolutionized the movie industry and created the most successful film series of all time. Along with films by his close friend Steven Spielberg, Lucas's releases invented the notion of blockbuster movies. Before the end of the millennium, he could count the loyal fans of the Star Wars trilogy in the millions.
Other author Kline, Sally, 1962-
Subject Lucas, George, 1944- -- Interviews.
Motion picture producers and directors -- United States -- Interviews.
ISBN 1578061245 (cloth : alk. paper)
1578061253 (paper : alk. paper)