From Publishers Weekly
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Insightfil. Specially love the speaking to actors and the last chapter on studios and marketing.Published 11 days ago by Edhgarza
Written very well. It's one of the cheaper textbooks I've had to buy for my classes. It was fun to read and really broke down the concept in an easy to understand way.Published 23 days ago by Er3yn Gaudio
Very enjoyable read, and interesting insight from someone who has made movies at the highest level. Great addition to the library.Published 1 month ago by Michael
A great read from the late, respected filmmaker.......will always treasure this book for the advice given to aspiring screenwriters and directors. Timeless.Published 1 month ago by G.Q.
Very interesting stories about directing, along with a lot of advice for aspiring directors. Particularly good stuff about Dog Day Afternoon and how he had the actors use their... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rhonda
I bought this for a class that I'm taking. Was expecting it to be a bit dry, but I wound up reading the whole book in the first reading. Mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M DeGeorge
A book that explains filmmaking to everyone regardless of how much you think you know. A must read for anyone in the film business; especially directors. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Plannette