The guy's a genius!! A must-read for anyone who is an industry professional, wants to become one, or just loves motion pictures. Not only is the book full of very useful data, it's also very easy to understand and apply, and a fascinating reading. I had a hard time putting it down.
Looking for the author's address
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 23 years ago
my appologie to the hosts, but first of all my request is - is there any way I could get in touch with Eric Sherman? if yes, would you please be kind to help me out oversees, his ex-student to get in touch with him via e-mail?Thanks a lot in advanceindependent Director / producer Tamara Sulamanidze I'm an independent producer / director from Georgia - the former USSR , oversees from USEric Sherman was teaching me at CalArts, an amazing personality, professional style of teaching with his own book is one of those best things I remember from the film school.And above all, Eric was students' best friend, whatever i have learned in directing and producing in pursuing my film goals is thanks to EricEric, if you ever read this note, please do get in touch with in Georgia, your favored student - one of the best ones - you once said.Tamara Sulamanidzeapoloniaa@hotmail.com
Well structured insight to the different kinds of directing
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 24 years ago
The book contains information on every relevant part of filmmaking (working with actors, editing, music, story-telling...). Each chapter starts with a small introduction into the general ideas and is followed by a nearly infinite number of well-known directors' statements (usually half to one page long), sorted by common points of view. The missing star is due to the old examples which are coming from around the 70s.
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