Stanley Jules Kauffmann, American author. Recipient George Jean Nathan award for dramatic criticism, 1972-1973, George Polk award for criticism, 1982, Outstanding Teacher award Association for Theater in Higher Education, 1995, Telluride Film Festival medal, 1998; Ford Foundation fellow for study abroad, 1964, 71, honorary fellow Morse College, Yale University, 1964, Guggenheim fellow, 1979-1980.
Member Washington Square Players, 1931-1941. Associate editor Bantam Books, 1949-1952. Editor-in-chief Ballantine Books, 1952-1956, consulting editor, 1957-1959.
Editor Alfred A. Knopf, 1959-1960. Film critic New Republic, New York City, 1958-1965, 67–, associate literature editor, 1966-1967. Theater critic New York Times, 1966, New Republic, New York City, 1969-1979, Saturday Review, 1979-1985.
Conductor program The Art of Film, Channel 13, New York City, 1963-1967. Visiting professor School of Drama, Yale University, 1967-1986, 95, 97. Visiting professor City University of New York, 1973-1976, 77-92, Hunter College, 1993-1905.
Distinguished visiting professor Adelphi University, 1992-1994, professional performing arts, 1994-1996.
- Distinguishing Features: Film Criticism and Comment (PAJ Books)
- In this engaging collection, Stanley Kauffmann comments on a broad range of films, including Ridley Scott's Thelma and Louise, Oliver Stone's JFK, Stephen Frears' My Beautiful Laundrette, Kenneth Branagh's Henry V, and Federico Fellini's Intervista.
- Before My Eyes: Film Criticism and Comment
- In his fourth collection of film writings, Stanley Kauffmann, distinguished film critic of the New Republic and theater critic of Saturday Review, once again shows himself to be one of our most intelligent and perceptive commentators on the cinema.
- Regarding Film: Criticism and Comment (PAJ Books)
- For over four decades, Stanley Kauffmann's skilled, cultivated, and impassioned film reviews in the New Republic have guided filmgoers and charted the development of the cinema arts.
- Albums of a Life: A Memoir
- “In an age of narrow self interest (both kinds), with memoirs falling from the press like autumn leaves in a high wind, Stanley Kauffmann’s Albums of a Life is virtually unique.
Born April 24, 1916
1931 - 1941
1949 - 1952
1952 - 1956
1957 - 1959
1958 - 1965
1959 - 1960
1966 - 1967
1969 - 1979
1979 - 1985
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