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I am enjoying Robert Latham Brown's Planning the Low-Budget Film.
This book is very readable - the author uses several anecdotes to engage the reader, and also provides lots of hard facts, and excellent suggestions.
His book should be cumpulsory reading for every film student, and those who would like to understand the nuts and bolts of the business.
This is a required textbook of mine for Film Business class. I find it very detailed and informative. This is a book that I can always refer back to when needed.Published 13 months ago by Chandra Vinning
As a screenwriter preparing to shoot his first major motion picture, I found this book to be incredibly helpful. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Benn Perry
I found out about this book quite by accident on Wikipedia, as so many people rely on expensive computer budgeting programs now. Read morePublished on January 27, 2007 by ECL
Planning The Low Budget Film by producer and production manager Robert Latham Brown draws upon the author's 30 years of experience to lay out the principles of solid film planning... Read morePublished on September 14, 2006 by Midwest Book Review