Anthony Frewin

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Anthony Edward Frewin (born 1947, Kentish Town, London)[1] is a writer and was a personal assistant to the director Stanley Kubrick for 20 years,[2] from September 1965[3] to 1968 and from 1979 through 1999, and now represents the Kubrick estate.[4] His novel, London Blues has been described as "masterful".[5]

Personal[edit]

Anthony Edward Frewin and his brother Mark David Frewin, are the sons of Edward Albert Frewin (b. 1921) and Ruby Jean Weeks (b. 1924 m. 1944).[6] Frewin's ex-partner is Charlene Page,[7] and they have a son, Nick Frewin (b. 1971).[8][9]

Credits[edit]

Novels[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

  • One Hundred Years of Science Fiction Illustration 1840-1940 (1974)
  • The assassination of John F. Kennedy: an annotated film, TV, and videography, 1963-1992 Issue 8 of Bibliographies and indexes in mass media and communications, Publisher Greenwood Press, 1993, ISBN 0313289824, 9780313289828, 170 pages.[10]

Articles[edit]

Film (writer)[edit]

Film (assistant)[edit]

Film (associate producer)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anthony Frewin", British Film Institute.
  2. ^ Michael Rechtshaffen, "'Color Me Kubrick' a black mark for Malkovich", Reuters/Hollywood Reporter, Thu Mar 22, 2007
  3. ^ "2001: A Personal Note by Anthony Frewin, Assistant to Stanley Kubrick, 1965-69 and 1980-99" at Warner Bros.
  4. ^ Gene D. Phillips, Rodney Hill, The Encyclopedia of Stanley Kubrick, Publisher Facts On File, 2002, ISBN 0816043892, 9780816043897, 422 pages, Forward, viii
  5. ^ Dave Thompson, Black and White and Blue: Adult Cinema From the Victorian Age to the VCR, Publisher ECW Press, 2007, ISBN 1550227912, 9781550227918, 350 pages, page 226
  6. ^ "Marriages Sep 1944", FreeBMD
  7. ^ "Color Him Kubrick!", StopSmilingOnline magazine, Issue 23
  8. ^ "Descendents of Edward Albert Frewin" at frewin.com, retrieved 23 August 2012
  9. ^ "Nick Frewin", IMDB.com, retrieved 23 August 2012
  10. ^ At Google books
  11. ^ "2001 – A Space Odyssey (Blu-ray)" at dvdtalk.com
  12. ^ "Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures", Press Kit, at Warner Bros.

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