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Barbara Loden

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Barbara Loden

American film and stage actress and film director add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1932.

Countries: United States (43%), Italy (29%), France (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Elia Kazan, Venice Film Festival, Gucci

Linked to: Actors Studio, University of California, Los Angeles, Gucci

 

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Barbara Loden was born in 1932 add something


1969

Elia Kazan - His second marriage, to the actress Barbara Loden, lasted from 1969 until her death in 1980, and produced one son.


1970

Venice Film Festival - The film won the International Critics' Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1970 and was presented at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival add something

 

In 1970, Loden wrote, produced, directed, and starred in the independent film, "Wanda" add something

 

B movie - In 1970, a low-budget crime drama shot in 16 mm by first-time American director Barbara Loden won the international critics' prize at the Venice Film Festival


Barbara Loden died in 1980 add something


2004

Reynaud, Bérénice, For Wanda, in The Last Great American Picture Show, Thomas Elsaesser, Alexander Horwath and Noel King, eds, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2004, 223-247 add something


2005

Los Angeles Times Book Review The Defiant One: Elia Kazan A Biography by Richard Schickel, reviewed by David Caute, November 12, 2005 was still a major film director who still had great influence add something


2010

The New York Times Driven by Fierce Visions of Independence by Kate Taylor, Sunday August 29, 2010 add something

 

The New York Times Driven by Fierce Visions of Independence by Kate Taylor, Sunday August 29, 2010 In a condescending way, Kazan bemoaned that Loden had depended on her sexual appeal to get ahead, and that he was afraid of losing her add something

 

The New York Times Driven by Fierce Visions of Independence by Kate Taylor, Sunday August 29, 2010 Innovative in its cinéma vérité style, it was one of the very few American films directed by a woman to be theatrically released at that time add something

 

The New York Times Driven by Fierce Visions of Independence by Kate Taylor, Sunday August 29, 2010 Loden had one previous child, Marco, by first husband, film and television producer and film distributor, Larry Joachim, whom she had married in the 1950s add something


2014

All that remains of the lost scene are still photos taken on the set, which appear in the 2014 documentary, "The Story of The Swimmer", by Chris Innis add something

 

The Story of the Swimmer documentary, by Chris Innis, available on the 2014 Grindhouse Releasing release of The Swimmer on Blu-ray/DVD Among the scenes that were entirely re-cast and re-shot was the notorious Loden scene, with Broadway stage actress Janice Rule replacing Loden add something

 

The Story of the Swimmer documentary, by Chris Innis, available on the 2014 Grindhouse Releasing release of The Swimmer on Blu-ray/DVD Director Frank Perry was ultimately fired from the film add something


2016

It was translated into English and published as "Suite for Barbara Loden" in 2016 add something