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We The Living screened in Delhi
Published on : Sunday, August 29, 2010
"We The Living", the movie adaptation of Ayn Rand's debut novel was first made in Italy without Ayn Rand's permission,banned and later rediscovered .The screening of the movie was held at NCUI auditorium on August 21, and was attended by 35 fans. It turned out to be a great experience for all the ones who attended it.After the break, there was a live session with Duncan Scott on Skype, who credited the rediscovery to Holzers. Mr. Scott offered the DVD of the film at a specially discounted rate of $25 to the audience in India, writes Vikram Bajaj.
The banned, lost, rediscovered: Ayn Rand's "We the Living" lives on!
Published on : Friday, August 13, 2010
When Goffredo Alessandrini and his young associate director, Anton Majano decided too make a drama of epic proportions out of We The Living, they had a problem. They couldn't buy the rights as a war was going on, and they stole it. The movie making was tough and it was cut into two. The Government ordered to destroy the negatives, but they saved it by sending wrong negatives. Ayn Rand's legal representatives Holzer's rediscovered the movie which was in the possession of two Roman's. The movie was excellently made and was a box office success.
Ayn Rand And I
Published on : Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Anne C Heller connects the individualist philosophy of Ayn Rand to her childhood as an awkward, willful child of Russian-Jewish origins. To Ayn Rand, the prosperity that came with capitalism was only a side effect. She became a writer for a purely selfish motive to create her own world, writes Gurcharan Das.
'Atlas Shrugged,' the Movie
Published on : Thursday, July 22, 2010
It is very likely that Ayn Rand fans will get to see a movie version of Atlas shrugged, her masterpiece. Several big shots in the movie industry wanted to act and work on the movie. But, the final version put togethor by the inexperienced, might not be up to the standard. However, Ayn Rand followers are devouring anything related to her with a fanatical zeal, writes Shanu A.
Ayn Rand and the American Right by Jennifer Burns
Published on : Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Jennifer Burn's biography of Ayn Rand is suppposed to be objective as she has no axe to grind. However, it would be disappointing to those who have thought so. Burns has no personal interest in Ayn Rand's philosophy. Burns is a determinist, doesn't base politics on philosophy and thinks that ideas doesn't matter, writes Robert Mayhew in Capitalism Magazine.
Ayn Rand: Far from perfect
Published on : Sunday, July 04, 2010
Ayn Rand, according Anne C Hellers biography, used to begin conversations with the question “what are your premises?” Ayn Rand represents the world of 20th Century big business to many. The world is imperfect and Rand went through much pain when she got bad reviews and her works were misunderstood, writes Nistula Hebbar in The Financial Express.
Reason is All
Published on : Saturday, July 03, 2010
A new biography of Ayn Rand by Anne C Heller takes us closer to one of the more complex literary personalities of the last century. Ayn Rand's fiction works and characters have a lasting appeal and her philosophy has influenced many, especially right wingers. Heller's biography is interesting and points out many interesting details about Ayn Rand, writes Sudha G Tilak in Open Magazine.
Randed for life
Published on : Thursday, June 03, 2010
My favorite Ayn Rand stories are how she named herself, and how she presented her philosophy standing on one foot. Ayn Rand believers find it hard to realize that some people outgrew it, and Ayn rand sceptics find it hard to accept how so many are swayed.once you’ve been Ayn Randed, the scar is permanent, writes Nilanjana S Roy in Business Standard.
The Best of Times, the Worst of Times
Published on : Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Heller’s prodigious research about Alissa Rosenbaum—through primary sources, historical materials, and personal interviews—portrays a child understandably living in constant fear of being terrorized at the whim of the czar’s government operating under the most subjective “laws” imaginable, writes Erika And Henry Mark Holzer.
A few of the gems from “The Fountainhead”
Published on : Wednesday, February 02, 2005
Here are a few excerpts worth remembering from The Fountainhead. Do have a look and tell us your favourite quotes. We would be very happy to add them here.
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