Tarkovsky, Nathan Dunne, ed., (2008)

A book review by Tim Palmer. Black Dog’s new compendium of essays on the great Russian filmmaker, Andrei Tarkovsky, belongs in a fairly recent category of film studies titles, intellectual coffee-table books or prestige books, which offer themselves as comprehensive, even definitive works.  These are literally and figuratively weighty tomes, labors of love, critical essays … Continue reading Tarkovsky, Nathan Dunne, ed., (2008)