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The author of the book: Robert Greene
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Edition: The Critical Press
Date of issue: May 16th 2017
ISBN 13: 9781941629055
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In the past fifteen years, nonfiction cinema has experienced something of a renaissance in America. A slew of formally ambitious films have emerged, spanning from 1998, when future Hollywood director Bennett Miller's low-fi The Cruise proved that digital video could be theatrical with a narrative hook and a compelling subject/star, to 2013, when two Harvard-connected masterpieces, Leviathan and The Act of Killing, received massive critical success, the crashing of long-building tidal wave. Examining these films and many others that came between them, Present Tense is a year-to-year, personal journey through this era from filmmaker Robert Greene. Featuring essays and interviews with those on the front lines, Present Tense is an exploration of how documentary filmmakers, enabled by cheap technology and driven to create films at all costs, boldly embraced the most exciting narrative and formal techniques of the past to create a true, undeniable movement.
Robert Greene is a filmmaker and writer. He directed Kate Plays Christine (2016), Actress (2014), and Fake it So Real. He's edited films as diverse as Alex Ross Perry's Listen Up Philip and Douglas Tirola's Hey Bartender. Robert writes about documentary for several places, including Sight & Sound.
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Best-selling author and public speaker, Robert Greene was born in Los Angeles. He attended U.C. California at Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where he received a degree in classical studies. He has worked in New York as an editor and writer at several magazines, including Esquire; and in Hollywood as a story developer and writer.
Robert has lived in London, Paris, and Barcelona; he speaks several languages and has worked as a translator. In 1995 he was involved in the planning and creation of the art school Fabrica, outside Venice, Italy. There he met Joost Elffers, the New York book packager and discussed with him his idea for a book on power and manipulation, the ultimate modern version of Machiavelli's The Prince.
Robert and Joost became partners and in 1998, The 48 Laws of Power was born. The book has been a national and international bestseller, and has been translated into 17 languages. In 2001, Robert released his second book, The Art of Seduction, which is more than a sequel to The 48 Laws; it is both a handbook on how to wield the ultimate form of power, and a detailed look at the greatest seducers in history.
The third in this highly anticipated series of books, The 33 Strategies of War, hit bookstores January 2006 and offers a strategic look behind the movements of War in application to everyday life. In addition to having a strong following within the business world and a deep following in Washington, DC, these books are also being hailed by everyone from war historians to some of the heaviest hitters in the rap world (including Jay-Z and 50 Cent).
The popularity of these books along with their vast and fiercely loyal audience proves these are profound, timeless lessons from historical leaders that still ring true in today's culture. Robert currently lives in Los Angeles.