Wrote foreword for "My Magic Carpet of Films: A Personal Journey in the Motion Picture Industry, 1916-2000" by Michael D. Moore
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[on the death of Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
(1980) director Irvin Kershner
] The world has lost a great director and one of the most genuine people I've had the pleasure of knowing. Irvin Kershner
was a true gentleman in every sense of the word. When I think of Kersh, I think of his warmth, his thoughtfulness and his talent. I knew him from USC - I attended his lectures and he ...
When he began his apprenticeship at Warner Brothers, what he wanted to see most was the Animation Department. He claims that the day he arrived on the lot was the very day the Animation Department was closed down.
According to Lucas, one of the themes in all of his films is man's relationship to machines and technology - either controlling them, or being controlled by them.