All Things Shining: An Oral History of the Films of Terrence Malick is a collection of interviews, part history, part anecdote that details the journey of American film director Terrence Malick, from his boyhood in Oklahoma and Texas to the filming of Song to Song in 2017. The cinematic world of Malick is explored by those that have known, worked with or experienced Terrence Malick’s private universe up close and personal. Using previously published interviews and articles, as well as material researched by the author, All Things Shining promises to be an instantly readable and informative account of one of the world’s most reclusive and enigmatic filmmakers.
Published by Paul Maher Jr.
Author and Editor of Kerouac: The Definitive Biography (2005); Empty Phantoms (2006); Jack Kerouac's American Journey (2007); Miles on Miles: Interviews and Encounters with Miles Davis (2009); Tom Waits on Tom Waits (2011); Extracts Related to the Indians (Henry Thoreau) - Notebooks 1 & 2. Maher is currently filming a natural history film based on the journal of Henry Thoreau. View all posts by Paul Maher Jr.