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This little book is full of useful information that is concise, inspiring and useful.
He could write a book on each one of the 101 things and not let us know everything and make us wait until we bought all 101 books.
As a professor of creative writing, I will now use 101 Things I Learned in Film School in all my film/screenwriting classes.
I keep this book by my computer and when fcp is rendering video I read a few pages. Even if you already know most of the ideas and techniques it still serves as a great reminder.Published 4 months ago by Sneaky Pete
If you don't know anything about film-making this is not the place to start. Its a great book to refresh your memory and perhaps suggest areas you should do more reading and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by David Wilder
My son seen this book and wondered if it was worth the price-limited funds while in film school. Later reading through the reviews I noticed it was loved by pretty much everyone,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by K. Robertson
from book blogger Margaret Yang of the "Writing Slices" blog
101 THINGS I LEARNED IN FILM SCHOOL is an unusual little book. Read more
I found this book very cute. It can be carried with you and be used as a quick and easy reference guide!Published on December 9, 2011 by Chandra Vinning
This really is a great book. The info is concise, smart and useful. It distills down the essentials to good storytelling without being boring or pedantic. Read morePublished on July 14, 2010 by Vaxine
I'm a lover of cinema and though I've done some amateur film work, I've never been to film school. I was supposed to attend one several years ago, but my life took a different... Read morePublished on July 1, 2010 by tvtv3
As the saying goes, good things come in small packages. One of the strengths of this little gem is that the wise advice Neil Landau gives is distilled to its essence. Read morePublished on June 8, 2010 by Stephanie Moore