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Low Budget Hell Making Underground Movies with John Waters Paperback – August 19, 2011
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About the Author
Robert Maier is a writer/producer/production manager who worked for fifteen years with John Waters on Female Trouble, Desperate Living, Polyester, Hairspray, and Crybaby, as well as a dozen other low-budget movie-makers in New York and Baltimore.
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Low Budget Hell Making Underground Movies with John Waters
Robert Maier goes into detail about the whole 'low budget' movie making process, the way to make films with little to no budget or permits. This part of the book is interesting in its own right.
This is a great book for fans of John Waters films and anyone who has ever wanted an insiders view of independent film making. The author claims John Waters is not a fan of this book, but really, I see nothing that the author writes or claims that shows Mr. Waters in a negative way. The transformation of his career from low budget shock movies to mainstream film maker is presented as it happened, nothing more, nothing less.
This is a great book, I enjoyed it and recommend it.
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Low Budget Hell: MakingUnderground Movies with John Waters
By Robert Maier
Full Page Publishing
Davidson, North Carolina
Writer-director John Waters is well known in cult movie circles for being the man behind such films as...Read more