List of authors organised by last name from N to Z
Mark Rappaport, originally from New York, worked as an editor before making his own films, among which include The Scenic Route (1978) Impostors (1980) Postcards (1990) and Exterior Night (1994). His other films include Rock Hudson's Home Movies (1992), From the Journals of Jean Seberg (1995) and The Silver Screen / Color Me Lavender (1998). Many of his articles on film have been published in the cinema revue 'Traffic' over the years and in cinema. The Spectator Who Knew Too Much is the first collection of his writings. In 2008, his film photomontages were projected for the first time at Lincoln Center in New York, as part of the New York Film Festival. Mark Rappaport currently lives in Paris.
Pierre Henri Marie Schaeffer (born August 14, 1910, Nancy, Lorraine, France - died August 19, 1995, Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône, France) was a French composer, writer, broadcaster, engineer, musicologist and acoustician. He is noted as the inventor of musique concrete. He is generally acknowledged as being the first composer to make music using magnetic tape.
Patrice Rollet was born in Bordeaux in 1951.
He is on the editorial board of the journal Traffic since its founding by Serge Daney in 1991 after having been successively responsible for Vertigo magazine and literary editor of Cahiers du cinema.
It has also engaged with Jean-Claude Biette, the most comprehensive edition to date of Serge Daney works under the general title The house cinema and the world.
French authors and critics of experimental film
A collection of writings by Paul Sharits as well as a collection of stories about Paul Sharits. Edited by Sarah Markgraf.
Hardcover book of Movie Journal Columns 1961-1975
A book on the film LA RÉGION CENTRALE by Micheal Snow
A book by Régine Robin, Macha Makeïeff, Laurence Faure and Valérie Villieu with 210 color and black and white photos.
A book of writings on film by Mark Rappaport
Blu-ray boxset of the film 'Tectonic Plate' plus 2 bonus films and a 32 page booklet
A book about the work of Jonas Mekas by Patrice Rollet.
Book written by Michael Loebenstein and Horwath Alexander.