September 7, 2019

FXF0301 ARTHUR PENN : SUZANA PERIC, STEVE ROTTER, RON ROOSE, MARC LAUB, JEFFREY WOLF, BOB REITANO

Perhaps best known for his 1968 film, Bonnie and Clyde, stage, television and film director Arthur Penn’s masterful sense of rhythm and movement, his pioneering approach to representing violence,  as well as his ability to consistently evoke powerful performances established Arthur Penn as one of the most important American directors of the 1960’s and 70's.

Here several Arthur Penn collaborators including picture editors, Steve Rotter, Ron Roose, Jeffrey Wolf,  picture and sound editors, Bob Reitano and  Marc Laub and music editor Suzana Peric talk about their experiences working with Arthur Penn on the films Mickey One, Alice’s Restaurant, Little Big Man, Night Moves, Missouri Breaks, Four Friends, Target and Penn and Teller Get Killed.

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