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Burton on Burton This updated and fully illustrated new edition of the definitive Burton interview book casts light on Burton's Burband childhood, his early work at Disney, the recurrent themes and stunning designs of his movies, and the creative obsessions that fuel them. Full description

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Dans le cadre de l'écriture d'un mémoire sur Tim Burton, je me suis procuré ce livre et là ... aux oubliettes tous les articles écrits par des 'spécialistes' du cinéma, ce livre supplante tout écrit ce que j'aie pu trouver sur l'ami Burton. Sous forme d'une gigantesque interview entrecoupée d'explications et éclaircissements de l'auteur ce livre semble nous inviter à une conversation avec Burton. N'omettant aucun détail sur sa vie et sa vie sur les plateaux de tournage ce livre est un mine d'informations. Passionnant à livre et agrémenté d'une préface de Johnny Depp très émouvante, je conseille ce livre à tous les curieux de Tim Burton ou à tous ceux à la recherche d'informations sérieuses à son sujet.
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HASH(0x937461e0) étoiles sur 5 Like its subject... dark, involved, and challenging 4 décembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
If you've seen Tim Burton in a broadcast interview, chances are that you know that he is not the most fluid of speakers, and for this reason I approached this extended interview with trepidation. However, beneath the sombre dust-jacket is an energetic and lively human being, who infuses the most simplistic life experiences with an infectious enthusiasm which makes this book an absolute joy.
The prose simply sparkles with intelligence, and probably just scratches the surface of his brilliance. Burton impresses with his underlying sense of artistic integrity, but amazes with his heartfelt discussions about art and character. He wants you to share the sense of fun that these experiences have given him, and speaks passionately on many aspects of life. Here is someone not afraid to relate the most pedantic details if he considers them to have impacted his vision, and this is where the book excels most. In many ways, the talk about his actual films is comparatively mundane when compared to recollections of the experiences that shaped them.
Topped off with a selection of Burton's distinctive artwork, this is a fine addition to the library of any movie fan, and it will leave you in awe of one of a cinematic talent that defies categorisation. In the foreword, Johnny Depp calls Burton a genius, and having read the man's take on the world, I think that it's a label I wouldn't argue with. This book is an exemplary example of the interview form, and proof that the best medium for preserving discussion will always be the written page.
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HASH(0x9392633c) étoiles sur 5 More like Burton on Burton's movies 27 avril 2005
Par Pip - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When I first got my hands on Burton on Burton, I couldn't put it down. Tim Burton is a genius who has the ability to get under your skin, especially in movies like Edward Scissorhands. However, I would have enjoyed it more if it were more in-depth on the man himself, rather than his feelings on the movies he's created.

It's still a very interesting read, with amusing anecdotes (such as his description of working with Danny Elfman for the first time) scattered about. His sporratic descriptions scratch the surface of his personal life (for example, he discusses how Lisa Marie found their dog, Poppy) reflect his personality well.

It would be interesting to see another revised edition, covering from Apes onward.
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HASH(0x93865684) étoiles sur 5 The Man, The Myth, The Legend... THE BOOK. 3 juin 2009
Par Book-o-phile - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As one can tell, not only am I truly a Tim Burton fan, but I am also a fan of this well put together ensemble of musings from a person I believe is one of the greatest director's and cinematic visionaries of his time. So in one sense, one might say that I could be biased that I am already a Burton fan. However, as an avid book reader, the subject matter is extremely intriguing and the editorial precise and unbiased.

I think the thing I liked most about this book, is that an overwhelming percentage of the text are in Burton's own words. The editor wraps this nicely in a very smooth flowing readable arch without making many presumptions as to what Burton himself might be thinking. Honestly, this is one book I couldn't, and didn't, put down and it was an extremely satisfying read.

Even as a true "Burtonite", I found myself learning all sorts of interesting little details and insights about the man, that I otherwise would not have garnered on my own. The series of these books have been a gold-label of fascinating reads on directors from all sorts of styles and genres, so it is not surprising that their editor selection is impeccable.

The books covers everything from Burton's idolization of greats like Roger Corman, Vincent Price, Ray Harryhausen and the early Hammer Films. It covers his simple beginnings in the often paradoxical suburbs of Burbank, his "imprisonment" in the Disney system, disdain for the major studio system and ultimate serendipitous events which lead up to him being one of the most highly sought after and most successful directors of our time. On a deeply humanistic note, it delves into his need to connect with something on a personal level on each film he does, his close personal relationships with Johnny Depp, Lisa Marie and Helena Bohnam Carter, among others, and his perception on estrangement with his parents. The book goes on to thoroughly review each of Burton's features which included what he was thinking during all stages of production, including many illustrations often by Burton himself. Finally it sums of his preference to reuse many cast and crew including (but by no means limited too) Christopher Lee, Danny Devito, Rick Heinrichs, Collen Atwood, Chris Lebenzon and Danny Elfman, which is detailed further with explanation of his dislike for verbal communication. Furthermore, and perhaps more importantly, there are some very intimate moments in this novel from Burton's perspective including his disheartening with the tabloids over rumors of an affair with Helena Bohnam Carter on the set of "Planet of the Apes", his discouragement with the studio system especially in terms of the "Batman" and "Superman" franchises and dealing with the suicide of his friend and "Batman" corroborator, Production Designer Anton Furst.

The back jacket of the book says it succinctly in a quote from Empire "A must for fans", but I beg to differ. This book is not only a must for fans, but anyone looking for a little contemporary documentation on a fascinating individual who is truly one of a kind, despite what you think of his particular brand of aesthetics.
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HASH(0x9386d8c4) étoiles sur 5 Into the Mind of Hollywood's Most Original Director 5 avril 2005
Par Gotham Girl18 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this book wanting to know a bit more about one of my favorite directors, and I got much more in return. Burton writes about his life as a child growing up in Burbank, California, from his time at CalArts in Valencia, his stay at Disney, and the launching of his own directorial stardum. The forward, which is written by Johnny Depp, tells of their first acquaintance, and almost instantaneous partnership.

Burton really does go through much detail of his life, both in career and personal aspects, and I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Certainly a must for Burton fans, but also for anyone interested in knowing more about the creative genius behind such unforgettable masterpieces.
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HASH(0x9386de4c) étoiles sur 5 Where does he get those wonderful toys? 31 août 2005
Par Charles L. Thomason - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Burton on Burton" acts more like an interview than it does an autobiography. Most of it is written by Burton but it sounds like a transcript of a television special. However, the book is very thorough and presents many interesting anecdotes concerning the inspiration for and production of all of Tim's films up to Sleepy Hollow. They even go so far as to comment on the progres they made on Superman Lives! which was to star Nicholas Cage and be written by Kevin Smith.

For the majority of the book, an italicized summary of a series of events, written by Salisbury, will be followed by a page or two by Burton on that same topic. This is then followed by another paragraph, or so, by Salisbury on a following event and so on and so forth.

Johnny Depp's Prologue, though shorter than expected, is very well written and provides a very interesting look at the actor's view of Burton before he met him, during Edward Scissorhands, after, and then during Ed Wood (and possibly Sleepy Hollow, I can't quite remember). He has some quite nice things to say about Tim and provides an eloquent intro for both the casual Tim fan and the die-hard Burtonite.

Definetly a must for all interested in Tim's work.
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