NameGilliatt; Penelope Ann (1932-1993); film and theatre critic, novelist, screenwriter
ForenamesPenelope Ann
Epithetfilm and theatre critic, novelist, screenwriter
PublishedWorksnovels: One by One, 1965; A State of Change, 1967; The Cutting Edge, 1979; Mortal Matters, 1983; A Woman of Singular Occupation, 1988; short story collections: What's It Like Out?, 1968 (Come Back If It Doesn't Get Better, NY 1967); Nobody's Business, 1972; Splendid Lives, 1978; Quotations from Other Lives, 1982; They Sleep Without Dreaming, 1985; 22 stories, 1986; Lingo, 1990; selected as contributor to: Penguin Modern Stories, 1970; Best Short Stories of 1987; Best Short Stories of 1988; Best Short Stories of 1989; non-fiction: Unholy Fools: film and theatre, 1975; Jean Renoir: essays, conversations, reviews, 1975; Jacques Tati, 1977; Three-Quarter Face: profiles and reflections (with much additional material), 1980; To Wit, 1990; screenplay: Sunday Bloody Sunday, 1971 (Oscar nomination for best orig. screenplay; awards for best orig. screenplay, NY Film Critics Circle, Nat. Soc. of Film Critics, USA, and British Soc. of Film Critics), repr. entitled with new essay by author Making Sunday Bloody Sunday, 1986; lengthy essays in Grand Street about Northumberland, Polish films, new British film-makers; profiles: in New Yorker on Jean Renoir, Woody Allen, Jean-Luc Godard, Jacques Tati, Henri Langlois of the French Cinemathèque, Jeanne Moreau, Diane Keaton, Graham Greene, Luis Buñuel, John Cleese, and Jonathan Miller; in Sunday Telegraph Magazine on John Huston; in Observer on Fred Astaire, Fellini, Whoopi Goldberg, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick.

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