NP: SELF-PUBLISHED.. Near Fine. 1965. First Edition. SCRIPT for an unproduced film written by the highly esteemed French documentary filmmaker Edourard de Laurot who coined the term "Cinema engage" to describe his professed style. INSCRIBED by the director/writer on the front endpaper to a close friend & dated "April 1965." Near fine in oversize screwbound leatherette covers. (11" X 14") (Light shelfwear to edges of covers) De Laurot's two documentary films "Listen, America" (1968) & "The Silent Revolution" (1972) filmed with Malcolm X, which received an Academy Award nomination, are widely regarded as among the best documentaries of the period. Undoubtedly rare, and quite possibly unique. (BC) .
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