Elia Kazan

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United States stage and screen director (born in Turkey) and believer in method acting (1909-2003)

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8) Elia Kazan, quoted in Andy Lewis, 'Elia Kazan's Private Letters: Rape, Promiscuity in A Streetcar Named Desire Defended', The Hollywood Reporter, 10 April 2014, <http://www.
That line almost perfectly encapsulates what made Elia Kazan who he was.
Si estuvieran vivos, con George Cukor o Elia Kazan, pero me encantaria con Clint Eastwood o Amenabar.
To this end, he reviews Bernstein's musical and dramatic background prior to making the film, outlines the significance of anti-communism in the life of Bernstein and the film's director, Elia Kazan, and interrogates the existential crises that the Cold War and suburban flight generated.
Born in Fener in ystanbul, Elia Kazan (1909-2003) was a filmmaker who was probably best known for "A Streetcar Named Desire," the movie that gave Marlon Brando his big break.
Rosi cites the influence of both neorealism and American directors Elia Kazan and John Huston on his debut work about a small-time Neapolitan hoodlum who challenges the crime syndicate over control of the local vegetable market.
Other notable Strasberg-trained actors include Al Pacino and Dustin Hoffman as well as director Elia Kazan.
The novel's long-suffering theater director is a thinly disguised version of Elia Kazan, the famed Hollywood director whose career was marred by testimony he gave before the committee in 1952.
From the existential problems of an average family, through Ronald Reagan, to Elia Kazan and Jimmy Page - the chosen films show the world we live in and survive today.
The original Broadway production starred Ed Begley and Karl Malden and was directed by Elia Kazan.
Elia Kazan rightly retains his position as a major director of 20th Century American theatre and cinema.
Directed by Elia Kazan, his role as Mitch was a reprise of his awardwinning stage version of 1947.
The switchblade used by James Dean in the 1955 drama ``Rebel Without a Cause'' is valued at $30,000-$50,000, while a script from ``East of Eden'' signed by the principal actors and director Elia Kazan is expected to sell for $15,000-$18,000.
Donoghue, whose dad emigrated to the US from Cork in the 1920s, was later hired by the movie's director Elia Kazan, to coach Brando in boxing.