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Nick Broomfield
Nick Broomfield
 
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Author : Jason Wood
Publisher : Faber & Faber
ISBN# : 9780571226245
Pages : 240
Price :INR 950
Offer Price:INR 846
 
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Fetishes, his sustained peep inside an upscale Manhattan S&M parlour, was commissioned - and then banned - by Channel Four. Biggie and Tupac, his investigation into the gaudy and short-lived lives of rap stars Biggy Smalls and Tupac Shakur, pointed the finger of guilt at the police. His diptych of films about female serial killer Aileen Wuornos inspired the feature film Monster. And even before these explosive works hit the screen, Broomfield was already known as the sacred monster of British television, the on-camera documentarian in headphones, toting his own boom-stick as he pursued the likes of Margaret Thatcher (Tracking Down Maggie) and South African white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche (The Leader, His Driver, and The Drivers Wife.) As more and more feature-length documentaries are crossing over and capturing mainstream cinema audiences, the time is right to survey the career of Britains most important exponent of the documentary art, and look back across the extraordinary gallery of individuals whom he has doggedly chased down and shot. This is Broomfield in his own words, as frank and revealing as his inimitable films.

 

 
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