Monday, January 31, 2011

Biographer/Filmmaker John Baxter at The American Library in Paris

John Baxter, Australian veteran Biographer and Filmmaker, will be speaking at The American Library in Paris this Wednesday Feb. 2nd at 19:30 as part of ALP's Evenings with an Author Series.

A prolific journalist, writer and filmmaker, Baxter has called Paris home since 1989. Combining two of his loves, he has written several biographies on filmmakers including: Stanley Kubrick, George Lucas, Federico Fellini, Stephen Spielberg, Woody Allen, Luis Bunuel amongst others. He's written short stories, novels, documentaries, television series, and currently co-directs the annual Paris Writer's Workshop. And this is only the beginning of a long list of illustrious achievements.

Below is a very short interview with John Baxter about his book "Immoveable Feast: A Paris Christmas".
And I can promise you, if I were in Paris on Wednesday, you would find me here!

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  1. Bonjour Kirsten dearest! How I WOULD LOVE to see and hear this man! Ahhhh, Paris. I was there once for 8 short days and it was just a small bite of a delicious world of beauty. One day soon I hope to go back and catch some wonderful thing like are ya?

  2. Thank you for sharing all of these great finds! How I wish I could intriguing!

  3. You reminded me - A friend gave me 'Immovable Feast' for Christmas years ago and I haven't read it yet! Now I must.


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