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There are an awful lot of film industry books out there but if you’re trying to build a career, you need solid information. And many of them really are awful. We’ve gone through hundreds of books on financing, casting, budgeting, editing, writing and shooting to bring you those which we believe are the most useful and on-point. We are constantly adding to our library to include every facet of the industry from pre-production to distribution so that when you have questions, you’ll know where to find the best answers.
320 pages of screenwriting tips and 9 ‘how to’ roadmaps that explore the techniques and the craft these successful screenwriters use to transform their written words to the big silver screen. Im
In your mind, the 120 pages of blockbuster script you've just finished, is your roadmap to a career as a screenwriter par excellence. Even your mother says so. Now what? Well if it was that easy, they
Master storyteller/screenwriter John Truby’s ‘Anatomy of Story’ has been described by Backstage as “A veritable bible for screenwriters.” High praise for the man who also wrote screenplays for Shrek,
With a career of writing many great screenplays, and fixing some in need of help, William Goldman knows what it takes to be a successful screenwriter. In his ‘Adventures in the Screen Trade’ Goldman i
Louise Levison’s ‘Filmmakers and Financing’ is the synthesis of her 28 years financing independent films and has become a valuable guide for film makers seeking funding for their project. As a UCLA te
With 22 Screen Credits, 5 Sound Credits, and 2 Director Credits garnered over 45 plus years in the business, ‘In the Blink of an Eye’ is editor Walter Murch's comprehensive book on film editing.