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I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in filmmaking.
After reading the book, I realized that here was a highly accomplised film-maker who yet had that passion to explain movies in a very easy way to newcomers.
By reading this book you will learn what's going in movie world and you will feel a great pleasure and it'll make you love MOVIES much more then before!
For folks who enjoy knowing more about the production of films, I think this book is a gem. I learned a lot in The Camera chapter in particular (but I do wish he'd explained more... Read morePublished 7 days ago by C. E. Dye
After years of working in the entertainment industry and finding no clear precise accurate written portrayal of the process in its entirely, here is the best book that i have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Budocat
What a beautiful book, it really explains so many intricacies of the business that most of us just never even think about. Read morePublished 2 months ago by nyvik
10 years ago I read "You'll Ever and Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again."I wanted to know how movies were made – the business. Read morePublished 3 months ago by PT
Everything I expected, and more. Sidney Lumet ranks right up with there with all of the legendary directors. The AMPAS should've recognized him more during his career.Published 3 months ago by Steve Dakota
I'm a film newbie (starting to shoot film) and this book is a goldmine of info by a master.
I'd suggest it to any film fan or someone (like me) who's starting to learn... Read more
Trying to carve a little more of an eye for the subtleties of fine movies into my forehead, this is just about the best I have come across yet. Mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kjetil Høiby