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If you're still curious for more, Terry Eagleton is probably one of the brightest and most lucid of Aestheticians alive. How about read AND write? Think AND do? July 20, 2012 at 10:18AM, Edited September 4, 10:54AM 0 Reply Share Share this answer: Robert Great list. July 17, 2012 at 8:12PM, Edited September 4, 10:54AM 7 Reply Share Share this answer: JEF For any documentary filmmakers who haven't read it, 'In Cold Blood' by Truman Capote is a favorite of mine. In The Name of this Book is Dogme95 journalist Richard Kelly sets out his journey of initial discovery of the movement and documentation of its main players through interviews captured for the documentary The Name of This Film Is Dogme95. Again. July 18, 2012 at 6:17PM, Edited September 4, 10:54AM 3 Reply Share Share this answer: Ryan Koo Founder Writer/Director Glad to see someone finally mention a book on acting. Shaking the Money Tree Shaking the Money Treeis widely accepted as the definitive fundraising resource for indie film and video producers. There's maybe even a 4th.

It includes dozens of projects, practical exercises, and thought-provoking questions, and provides best practices for researching and honing your documentary idea, developing a crew, guiding your team, maintaining control throughout the shoot, and much more. I simply adored Mamet's 'On Directing Film'. It was written almost three thousand years ago, but I promise you, if something is wrong with what you're writing, you've probably broken one of Aristotle's rules. Like The Reel Truth, Selling Your Film Without Selling Your Soul is a practical book about the vagaries of the independent film industry -- it isn't designed to improve your storytelling skills, it's designed to improve your knowledge of all the distribution options currently available. This third edition has been updated and expanded, with discussion of newer films including Waltz with Bashir and Why We Fight. Geyen,this handbook doesnt just go over the ins and outs of what a DSLR is, it goes through the process of choosing the best camera for your needs, how to use the gear in the field, lighting for your DSLR, and even post-production processes. Highly recommended. Besides, if you're submitting your screenplay to producers or studios, it's likely that whoever's writing coverage on your script will have read Story or one of its myriad contemporaries, and if you're getting notes on structure or form, it can be helpful to know your (fr)enemy. Anyone know if it's worth reading? Does it add to his previous book? July 18, 2012 at 12:04AM, Edited September 4, 10:54AM 5 Reply Share Share this answer: Benjamin Chan just to add to the this great list and in my opinion a good foundation to understand the why behind each setup Grammar of the Film Language by Daniel Arijon July 18, 2012 at 1:57AM, Edited September 4, 10:54AM 0 Reply Share Share this answer: Ron I recommend two books: Narrative Comprehension and Film by Edward Branigan; The Phantom of the Cinema by Lloyd Michaels. Whether youre a seasoned documentary filmmaker or just starting out, theres nothing wrong with honing your craft further by doing a little reading.

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