Written between Tommy and Altered States, Ken Russell's screenplay for Dracula was one of Hollywood's best kept secrets. It has been used to inspire two hit films and an internationally successful ballet. Ken Russell's partially autobiographical re-imagining of Dracula is ready to inspire a whole new generation of artists.
|Publisher:||Bear Claw Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)|
About the Author
Paul Sutton, an historian and photographer in Cambridge, has worked as a screenwriter in Wyoming, and as a script doctor in Hollywood. He was the founding editor of the Cambridge University Film Journal. His books include: 'Lindsay Anderson, The Diaries' (Methuen & Bloomsbury), and 'Becoming Ken Russell', the first volume of the five-volume biography of Ken Russell.