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Nailed Down Original Movie Screenplay by Harley David Morris Book Summary:
This is the screenplay book companion to the movie Nailed Down. After meeting with his girlfriend, Jill, Adam walks home for the evening leaving Jill to finish her break from work by her self. He settles in for the night and all seems content, until he is abducted in his own home. When Adam finds out who his abductor is, he can't believe his own eyes. As he pleads for his life and release, his abductor, Jason, tries to help Adam understand why he is in the position he is in, through discomfort, torture and pain. Adam stays strong and defiant, but so does Jason. When all is revealed, they will both be free of their pain.
Guy Scorpion A Screenplay by Harley David Morris Book Summary:
Guy Scorpion is a gun for hire in a world that has been fighting far longer than man has existed. Heaven and Hell have been at odds for so long, angels and demons are finding it hard to see that there is a line that was drawn. Gabriel has decided that there is no one more fit to rule over Heaven than himself. With the backing of many angels in the search for God's own personal Bible that only God can see from front to back. Any other that holds and looks upon the book can only see so many pages into that individual's future. Gabriel wants this book to gain control of Heaven. Forces are forming against Gabriel behind the scenes to make sure Gabriel fails. Sometimes the enemy of our enemy.....is our friend!
Dead Town Rising A Screenplay by Harley David Morris Book Summary:
A deadly plague has come to a little county in Louisville Ky. A place where everyone knows everything about everyone and the dead coming to life is just a horror movie. Unprepared for the worst thing to happen in this little county, the night has only begun. No answers to questions but one thing is for sure, fantasy is about to become a horrid reality for a group of young adults that have to find a way to survive. With death and destruction in their path, they have to rely on their inner strength, and each other, and let go of the ones they love the most to do so.
Thriller Killer A Screenplay by Harley David Morris Book Summary:
Jade is trying to pick up the pieces from traumatic events three years earlier. It's been a difficult ride for her after a failed marriage and losing custody of her daughter. Though she is the real victim, that doesn't stop the psychosis of another from seeking vengeance for something Jade had no hand in. It's kill, or be killed!
The Beautifully Disturbed A Screenplay by Harley David Morris Book Summary:
Three girls from an orphanage that have becomes sisters connected to each each other by their individual abuses by men closest in their lives. Taking over their own live, they have become vigilante serial killers, killing men that abuse girls and women alike. The concept for the girls was to bring parts of personalities from the original Charlie's Angels tv series and the Power Puff girls and inspired by The Chainsaw Sally Show, with a grindhouse/b-movie flavor.
Nailing Down the Saint by Craig Cliff Book Summary:
Hollywood, fatherhood, levitation. This smart, funny, thought-provoking novel is full of surprises. Duncan Blake is a Kiwi filmmaker whose move to LA has not gone to plan. After a series of setbacks, he's working at a chain restaurant, his marriage is on shaky ground after a porn-related faux pas and his son won't stop watching Aladdin. When Duncan gets the chance to scout locations for a fted director's biopic of Saint Joseph of Copertino, it's the lifeline he's been searching for. But in Italy, in the footsteps of the seventeenth-century levitator, he must confront miracles, madness and the realities of modern movie making. A novel about the pursuit of dreams, the moral calculus this entails, and the possibility that the rational, materialist worldview isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Film Scriptwriting by Dwight V. Swain Book Summary:
This second edition of the widely acclaimed Film Scriptwriting is a truly practical manual for the working writer. It provides all the clear, step-by-step guidance you need to script both fact and feature film and video - from getting and developing ideas to the writing of master scene or shooting script. Featured in this new edition are annotated excerpts from some of today's most successful films, selected to point up principles and techniques discussed. Interviews with working film specialists reveal the things professional directors, producers, story editor, and analysts look for in appraising the scripts that come across their desks.
Never Let Me Go (Screenplay) by Alex Garland Book Summary:
In his highly acclaimed novel Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro (The Remains of the Day) created a remarkable story of love, loss and hidden truths. In it he posed the fundamental question: What makes us human? Now director Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo), writer Alex Garland and DNA Films bring Ishiguro's hauntingly poignant and emotional story to the screen. Kathy (Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan, An Education), Tommy (Andrew Garfield, Boy A, Red Riding) and Ruth (Oscar nominee Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice, Atonement) live in a world and a time that feel familiar to us, but are not quite like anything we know. They spend their childhood at Hailsham, a seemingly idyllic English boarding school. When they leave the shelter of the school and the terrible truth of their fate is revealed to them, they must also confront the deep feelings of love, jealousy and betrayal that threaten to pull them apart.
Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2002 by Roger Ebert Book Summary:
Presents detailed descriptions and reviews of virtually every movie that has opened nationally over the past year, reports from the major film festivals, interviews with important movie figures, and essays on the movie world.
Hollywood Sings! by Susan Sackett,Marcia Rovins Book Summary:
Describes all of the songs nominated for Academy Awards and the motion pictures in which they appeared
Film Noir by Penelope T. J. Rance,Eddie Robson Book Summary:
Hollywood showed its dark side in the 1940s and 50s with a wave of highly stylized movies featuring sinister plots, shady characters, sexual tension, chaos and confusion. These films have fascinated critics, students, moviegoers, and moviemakers ever since. Classics including THE MALTESE FALCON, THE BIG SLEEP, and THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE are analysed, with iconic actors, such as Robert Mitchum and legendary directors including Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick and Orson Welles profiled.
Scare Tactics by John Russo Book Summary:
An insider's guide to the creative end of horror movie making, from concept to saleable package
Les Animaux fantastiques : Les Crimes de Grindelwald - Le texte du film by J.K. Rowling Book Summary:
Le précédent film Les Animaux fantastiques se terminait sur la capture du puissant mage noir Gellert Grindelwald à New York grâce à Norbert Dragonneau. Mais, mettant sa menace à exécution, Grindelwald s'échappe de prison et s'attèle à recruter des partisans, dont la plupart ignorent sa réelle intention : faire régner les sorciers de sang pur sur les êtres non-magiques. Afin de contrecarrer les plans de Grindelwald, Albus Dumbledore fait appel à Norbert, son ancien élève à Poudlard, qui accepte de lui venir en aide, loin d'imaginer les dangers qui l'attendent. Dans ce monde des sorciers de plus en plus divisé, l'amour et la loyauté sont mis à l'épreuve, les amitiés les plus sincères et les liens familiaux ne sont pas épargnés. Le texte de ce deuxième film écrit par J.K. Rowling est illustré par les splendides dessins au trait de MinaLima. On y apprend plus sur les événements antérieurs qui ont façonné le monde des sorciers, et on y trouve de nombreux liens avec la saga Harry Potter, qui réjouiront les fans des livres comme des films.
The Writing Workshop Note Book by Alan Ziegler Book Summary:
The Writing Workshop Notebook is devoted to making, remaking, and remarking on writing. Ziegler's text is animated by a concern about how we relate to our own and others’ writing and by a desire to have a suitable effect on the reader’s experience with writing and critiquing. The book is supported by the author's experience from decades of leading writing workshops.
Roger Ebert's Video Companion, 1994 by Roger Ebert Book Summary:
The only video guide with full-length movie reviews from a Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic. This reference features reviews of over 1,200 films (150 of which are new to this edition); interviews with stars and directors of movies new to video; a comprehensive index by title, stars, and director; and more.
American Cinematographer by N.A Book Summary:
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The New York Times Film Reviews by N.A Book Summary:
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Today's Film Maker by N.A Book Summary:
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