Conversations on Quentin Tarantino is a new collection of interviews with people who have known the distinctive director professionally and personally, from his early childhood through his most recent forays into the modern Western.
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Jason Pankoke, creator of Micro-Film, an independent film journal and primary organizer of the New Art Film Festival, was asked to write the book’s introduction.
Andrew J. Rausch, the Kansas-based author, has included over two-dozen interviews with influential voices, including recent Ebertfest guest Guillermo del Toro (who is always a good time). Throw $30 at some regional and local talent, available through amazon.