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David recalls: “He was in London to publicise Ordinary People, his debut as a director, for which he won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a Directors Guild of America Award. This was also the year he founded and set up the Sundance Institute to further independent film making, of which he was a committed advocate. Like photographing a child or a horse, you couldn’t take a bad picture of Redford, his face was perfect, as was his control. Once, according to screenwriter William Goldman, Robert Redford was described as, ‘just another California blonde, throw a stick at Malibu, you’ll hit six of him.’ I’m not so sure about that.”
Location: London
Year: 1980
Biography: Co-starring with Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) propelled actor Robert Redford to super-stardom. His acting successes have continued unabated ever since. He won an Oscar for Best Director on his directorial debut in 1981 with Ordinary People and was nominated again in 1994 for Quiz Show. In the early 1990s he instigated the Sundance Film Festival, an annual event supporting independent film-making.
Print Type: Fibre-based Harman Galerie FB Digital
Printed by: Metro Imaging, London
Limited Editions: All prints are limited editions, no further prints are produced once sold
Bespoke: All prints are bespoke and printed to order, stamped and numbered
Presentation: Prints are supplied to clients flat in an acid-free box or rolled in a tube
Watermark: Watermarks will not be present on an original print
Tags: robert redford, actor, movies, hollywood, film, 1970s, 70s, film director, the sting, butch cassidy and the sundance kid, all the president’s men, out of africa
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