Taylor, John Russell
TAYLOR, John Russell
TAYLOR, John Russell. British, b. 1935. Genres: Communications/Media, Film, Theatre. Career: Art Critic, Times, London, 1978- (Film Critic, 1962- 73). Professor, Cinema Division, University of Southern California; Los Angeles, 1972-78; Editor, Films and Filming, 1983-90. Publications: Joseph L. Mankiewicz: An Index, 1960; Anger and After: A Guide to the New British Drama (in U.S. as The Angry Theatre), 1962; Anatomy of a Television Play, 1962; Cinema Eye, Cinema Ear: Some Key Film-Makers of the 60s, 1964; Penguin Dictionary of the Theatre, 1966; The Art Nouveau Book in Britain, 1966; Art in London: A Guide, 1966; The Rise and Fall of the Well- Made Play, 1967; The Publications of T. N. Foulis, 1967; Look Back in Anger: A Casebook, 1968; The Art Dealers, 1969; Harold Pinter, 1969; The Hollywood Musical, 1971; The Second Wave: British Dramatists for the Seventies, 1971; David Storey, 1974; Fifty Superstars, 1974; Peter Shaffer, 1975; Directors and Directions: Cinema for the Seventies, 1978; Hitch: The Life and Times of Alfred Hitchcock, 1978; Impressionism, 1981; Strangers in Paradise: The Hollywood Emigres 1933-1950, 1982; Ingrid Bergman, 1983; Alec Guinness: A Celebration, 1984; Vivien Leigh, 1984; Hollywood 1940s, 1985; Portraits of the British Cinema, 1985; Orson Welles, 1986; Edward Wolfe, 1986; Great Movie Moments, 1987; Impressionist Dreams, 1990; Bernard Meninsky, 1990; Liz Taylor, 1991; Ricardo Cinalli, 1992; Muriel Pemberton, 1993; Igor Mitoraj, 1994; Claude Monet: Impressions of France, 1995; Michael Parkes, 1996; Bill Jacklin, 1997; The Sun Is God: The Life and Work of Cyril Mann, 1999; Peter Coker, 2001; Geoffrey Dash- wood, 2001. EDITOR: Three Plays of John Arden, 1964; New English Dramatists 8, 1965; The Playwrights Speak, 1969; The Pleasure Dome: Collected Film Criticism of Graham Greene, 1972; Masterworks of British Cinema, 1974. Address: The Times, 1 Pennington St., London E1 9XN, England.