James Ivory


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Ivory, James

(1928–  ) film director; born in Berkeley, Calif. As a student at the University of Southern California he directed a short subject, Four in the Morning (1953), and was then commissioned by the Asia Society to go to India to make a documentary (1960). There, in partnership with a local producer, Ismail Merchant, he made a series of Indian-based films, climaxing with Shakespeare Wallah (1965), which Ivory also coscripted. Basing their company in the U.S.A. from the early 1970s, the Ivory-Merchant team enjoyed its greatest success with relatively pure adaptations of literary works, such as Henry James's The Europeans (1979) and E. M. Forster's A Room With a View (1987).
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05 ( ANI ): James Ivory, the writer of Oscar nominated 'Call Me By Your Name', has become the oldest Oscar Winner in the history.
Awards for Best Actor and Most Promising Performer went to TimothAaAaAe Chalamet, who played a teen who gets involved with an American grad student in Italy in Luca Guadagninos "Call Me By Your Name." The film also won for James Ivorys Adapted Screenplay.
Now, a decade after the book's publication, a film by the same name, written by James Ivory and directed by the Italian Luca Guadagnino, is screening in limited release in New York and Los Angeles.
Screenwriter James Ivory spares us neither intense pleasure nor body-shaking anguish as he details the passionate affair between a precocious 17-year-old boy (Timothee Chalamet) and an older man (Armie Hammer) in 1980s Italy.
The film--from director James Ivory and producer Ismail Merchant, longtime partners in life and work--has undergone a thorough digital restoration to assure top-notch picture and sound quality, and it played film festivals, including Berlin's and San Francisco's, in advance of a new theatrical release.
You worked with producer Ismail Merchant and director James Ivory on several films.
Abu Dhabi -- The Louvre Abu Dhabi Talking Art Series returned on Wednesday for 2015 with a discussion on Miniature Paintings and Film, led by world-renowned filmmaker James Ivory at Manarat Al Saadiyat.
Je citerais plutot des realisateurs: Bergman, James Ivory, Andrei Tarkowski, Jane Campion, Terence Malik et bien d'autres-
We are also pleased to publish three diverse papers, Creative Inspiration and Existential Coaching by Sasha van Deurzen-Smith, George Berguno's A Phenomenological Analysis of Existential Conscience in James Ivory's The Remains of the Day, and Kirkegaardian Selves by Tamar Aylat-Yaguri, all thought-provoking contributions to stimulate and inspire.
Also on show will be a selection of the James Ivory miniature collection includes fine examples of the chivalry ideals of the Rajputs schools depicted and an evolving dialogue between East and West culminates at the end of the exhibition in a cycle of nine canvases by contemporary artist Cy Twombly
Forster's novel is arguably the best of James Ivory and Ismail Merchant's run of period dramas, with strong performances from Helena Bonham Carter (pictured below), Emma Thompson and Anthony Hopkins.