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by Tomi UNGERER

  • Author: Tomi UNGERER
  • ISBN: 0413556301
  • ISBN13: 978-0413556301
  • ePub: 1735 kb | FB2: 1197 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Arts & Literature
  • Publisher: Metheun; First UK Edition edition (1984)
  • Pages: 176
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 583
  • Format: doc mbr lrf lrf
Far Out isn't Far Enough ePub download

Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story (French: L'esprit Frappeur) is a 2012 documentary film by American director Brad Bernstein.

Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story (French: L'esprit Frappeur) is a 2012 documentary film by American director Brad Bernstein. The documentary details the life and times of renegade children's book author and illustrator Tomi Ungerer. Far Out had its North American premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. Far Out Isn’t Far Enough tracks the expansive life and prolific career of the subversive Alsatian artist Tomi Ungerer

Feature-length documentary about Tomi Ungerer’s wild, lifelong adventure of testing. We just received some interesting and ironical news

Feature-length documentary about Tomi Ungerer’s wild, lifelong adventure of testing. We just received some interesting and ironical news. FAR OUT will be playing at this years ALA conference in Vegas in June-that's the annual conference for librarians! If you've seen FAR OUT, you'll know why that's so comical! Oh, the cycles of life, how unusual they.

At one point in the documentary Far Out Isn't Enough, French illustrator and provocateur Tomi Ungerer is sitting on a bench in a quaint town square, when from offscreen someone hands him a small, disembodied doll's arm. His face lights up; then he picks his nose with it. Meet one of the most.

In Far Out, we meet an artist who creates boundary-exploring erotica and provocative political art, while penning .

In Far Out, we meet an artist who creates boundary-exploring erotica and provocative political art, while penning best-selling children's literature with mischievous wit and childlike innocence. He arrives on American shores eager for economic opportunities and new creative freedom, and he leaves having offended even the tolerant and open-minded as he pushes past the limits of propriety. Once the most famous children's book author in America, Tomi Ungerer became persona non grata in this country, exiled to the professional abyss, never to be heard from again.

Tomi Ungerer Book Signing in Toronto. Tomi Ungerer Movie Screenings in Rome, New York and Montreal!

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Brad Bernstein’s captivating documentary Far Out Isn’t Far Enough is a portrait of an illustrator, Tomi Ungerer; a time, largely the 1950s and ’60s; a place, New York City (mostly); and an industry, children’s book publishing

Brad Bernstein’s captivating documentary Far Out Isn’t Far Enough is a portrait of an illustrator, Tomi Ungerer; a time, largely the 1950s and ’60s; a place, New York City (mostly); and an industry, children’s book publishing. It is also a record of a man’s tormented youth, his broad artistic impulses and the price he paid for following them. Mr. Ungerer has recently had new books published after a long hiatus. Sam Norval/First Run Features. Ungerer was born in 1931 and raised in Strasbourg, France, where he was traumatized by the German occupation.

Your score has been saved for Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi . seven decades worth of art from the renegade children’s book author and illustrator.

Your score has been saved for Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story. Summary: One man’s wild, lifelong adventure of testing society's boundaries through his subversive art, Far Out Isn’t Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story combines traditional documentary storytelling with original animation culled from seven decades worth of art from the renegade children’s book author and illustrator.

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An artist describes how he and his wife moved from New York City to Nova Scotia and relates their experiences raising sheep
BlessСhild
The author has Illustrated many good picture books.
This book is dull. It's a true story about their experiences in a Nova Scotia island home.
I will be giving it away.
Samugor
This is one of those love it or hate it type of books. When I first read it in my twenties, it struck me as a quirky and darkly humorous account of life in an extreme rural setting. I liked the spare quality of the writing, and the illustrations, as it invited me to fill in the blanks. Now I'm close to fifty and read the book again, and I enjoyed it more than the first time around. There's something smart about this tale, a commingling of ironic humor and genuinely affection for the people and the place; if the book had eyebrows, they'd be raised; if it had lips, they'd be smiling.
Thetalen
The best book I ever read about the brutal life in the countryside with an uplifting spirit! I had spent several years with my parents in the labor camp in rural China when I was a child. This book brings me back so many memories, vivid pictures, smells, even the tastes of organic farm raised pork! I admire the author so much, for his journey was chosen by him and his wife for a richer life experience, vs. my parents were forced. Even with the bitterness, I still would not trade my childhood with the over sheltered, material centered city life. I felt extremely lucky for it. The author's writing on the locals reminds me of, even as a child, how I often felt pity about the rural farmers who were lack of a grander view of life and struggled on pivotal things, and how I love the originality of them.
Brick my own
Some interesting sketches, but, in my opinion, spending one year isn't "life in the back of beyond". And after he shot dogs and described his neighbors in such poor terms, I'm picturing them celebrating his departure for France. Maybe I'm just harsh because I live in a rural area of Texas and would gladly head out even further off grid. I suspect that Tomi was best off returned to civilization.
Yananoc
Tomi Ungerer shares the reality of a dream that many of us--surely not just those of my generation--have had, seeking adventure, meaning and identity in a simpler life. Starkly beautiful!
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