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Moved to New York; got first jobs on magzines in the mid-1950s
After trying psychiatry and writing fiction, helped start a new magazine in the late-1950s
First book published
Wrote film criticism for LIFE magazine
Began film reviewing for TIME magazine
Wrote and directed TV documentaries on film personalties Vincente Minnielli, Gary Cooper with his wife Carol Rubinstein
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He has held a Guggenheim Fellowship
Schickel won the British Film Institute book prize
Carol Rubinstein. TV producer, theatrical lighting designer. Born c. 1940; died of cancer July 20, 1991; co-produced TV specials with husband; previously married to film and TV composer Arthur B Rubinstein; born in Troy, Ohio; edcuated at Marymount College and received MA from Yale Drama School; was lighting designer with Williamstown Theater Festival, the L.A. Actors Theater and Whole Theater Co in Montclair New Jersey.
"His Picture in the Papers"
"D W Griffith: An American Life"
"Intimate Strangers: The Culture of Celebrity"
"Brando: A Life in Our Times" Macmillan
"Matinee Idylls: Reflections on the Movies" Ivan R Dee
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