The Making of Ironweed

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Penguin Books, 1988 M03 1 - 160 pages
Tells how the film Ironweed was made, provides photographs of the production, and includes selections from the screenplay

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Appeared in Stern, The New York Times, London Sunday Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine, El Pais, Paris, exhibited at the ICP, the Pompidou Center, Photographers' Gallery, Museu de Arte de Sao Paolo, Museu de Imagem e do Som, and awarded the Leica Medal of Excellence twice, The Ernst Hass Award, Picture of the Year Award (1996) and the Higashikawa Award in 1999.

William Kennedy, born in 1928, is author of ten novels including Legs and Ironweed, a winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
Arthur Miller, one of the leading dramatists of the twentieth century, published "On Politics and the Art of Acting" last fall. His play The Crucible is currently running on Broadway.
Terry McCoy is an editor, producer, curator, and documentary filmmaker. Her award-winning work has appeared on PBS, cable television, and in selected theaters.

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