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Title: Theatre, Film and Television: Lindsay Anderson directs David Storey’s In Celebration (1969) and Home (1970)
Author(s): Izod, John
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Editor(s): Hedling, E
Dupin, C
Citation: Izod J (2016) Theatre, Film and Television: Lindsay Anderson directs David Storey’s In Celebration (1969) and Home (1970). In: Hedling E, Dupin C (ed.). Lindsay Anderson Revisited: Unknown Aspects of a Film Director, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 157-172.
Keywords: Lindsay Anderson
David Storey
In Celebration
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Abstract: Lindsay Anderson directed David Storey's plays In Celebration (1969) and Home (1970) on the Royal Court stage, London. He later directed the first of these for the American Film Theatre, and the second for National Educational Television, New York. This chapter compares the stage productions with their successors on large and small screen respectively.
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