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Andrew Pulver

Andrew Pulver is a film editor of the Guardian newspaper.  He is a contributor to Time Out, The New Statesman, The Times Literary Supplement, Sight and Sound, The List and Projections, among other publications.  He is the author of Brat Pack Confidential and wrote the introduction to the screenplay of Almost Famous by Cameron Crowe. Pulver’s short film, A Fever in the Blood, adapted from a story by Ethan Coen, won the 2002 Kodak-Bafta Award. He lives in London.

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Night and the City

British Film Institute
Andrew Pulver’s study of Night and the City argues that it is one of the most important noir films ever made. Drawing from biographies, journals and...
Andrew Pulver

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