101 Things I Learned ® in Film School

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Grand Central Publishing, May 20, 2010 - Business & Economics - 212 pages
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How to set a scene? What's the best camera angle? How does the new technology interact with scenes? And how does one even get the financing to make a movie?

These basic questions and much more are all covered in this exquisite packaged book on the film industry and making movies as a profession. Written by Neil Landau, an experienced screenwriter and script consultant to the major movie studios, this is the perfect book for anyone who wants to know about the inner-workings of this industry. Whether it's someone who wants to make movies as a full-timecareer, or just someone who is interested in film, this book covers it all.
  

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User Review  - Ma'ark Tinkle - Goodreads

Funny and succinct book with a lot of interesting tips about film making that are explained simply. Read full review

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Excellent tips and it got the creative juices flowing despite being very succinct. What more would you want? Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Neil Landau's credits include writing for and producing for Universal Pictures, Disney, Columbia Pictures, and 20th Century Fox. He's worked on such diverse projects as "Melrose Place," "Doogie Howser MD," MTV's "Undressed," and "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead."

He currently serves as a faculty advisor in the MFA Writing Program at Goddard College and teaches at the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television.

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