Screenplays
An Education: The Screenplay
An Education
The Screenplay
Paperback      ISBN: 1594484538
The author's shooting script for the forthcoming movie of the same name tells the story of Jenny, a 16-year-old who is tired of teen life until she meets David, a much older suitor who induces her to the glittering world of urban nightlife, a new "education" that could prove to be her awakening--or her undoing--in an edition that includes movie stills. Original. Movie tie-in.
Erik the Viking: The Screenplay
Erik the Viking
The Screenplay
Paperback      ISBN: 1557830541
A screenplay tells the story of a Viking who learns that there is more to life than raping and pillaging
Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, Collected Screenplays: Raising Arizona/Blood Simple/Miller's Crossing/Barton Fink
Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, Collected Screenplays
Raising Arizona/Blood Simple/Miller's Crossing/Barton Fink
Paperback      ISBN: 0571210961
These four early works by the internationally lauded filmmaking team deal with the subject for which they are best known: corruption and crime in situations that combine the real and the surreal with the hilarious. Of the scripts included here, Barton Fink--an intense look at the psychological ruin of a New York playwright trying to make it in 1940s Hollywood--is a masterful culmination of these themes.
Fanny
Fanny
French    Paperback      ISBN: 2877065146
Fanny and Alexander
Fanny and Alexander
Paperback      ISBN: 0394749456
Fanny and Alexander are unhappy when, in 1912, their widowed mother marries the stern bishop of their small Swedish town
Film Scripts One: Henry V/ The Big Sleep/ A Streetcar Named Desire
Film Scripts One
Henry V/ The Big Sleep/ A Streetcar Named Desire
Paperback      ISBN: 1480342033
(Applause Books). The Film Scripts series bring back into print some of the greatest screenplays ever written. The series is a reissue of four volumes originally edited by George P. Garrett. Each volume contains three classic shooting scripts written by some of the finest writers to ever work in Hollywood, including William Faulkner ( The Big Sleep ), Tennessee Williams ( A Streetcar Named Desire ), and Gore Vidal ( The Best Man ). Each volume runs close to 500 pages and contains a highly informative introduction, a glossary of technical terms, an extensive bibliography, and the credits for each film. These enduring screenplays will be of great interest to the general film buff, the aspiring screenwriter, and the professional filmmaker. Of particular value to the screenwriter and filmmaker is the fact that all scripts are printed in standard screenplay format. Film Scripts One features: Henry V (1946, United Artist, reissue 2007, Park Circus-UK); Script by Laurence Olivier and Reginald Beck; Director/Producer, Laurence Olivier; Winner of Academy Award for Laurence Olivier (honorary award for his outstanding achievement as actor, producer, and director); Academy Award nomination for best picture, best actor, best art direction, best music The Big Sleep (1946, Warner Bros. Pictures); Script by William Faulkner, Leigh Brackett and Jules Furthman, based on the novel by Raymond Chandler; Directed by Howard Hawks; Starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall A Streetcar Named Desire (1951, Warner Bros. Pictures); Script by Tennessee Williams, adaptation by Oscar Saul; Directed by Elia Kazan; Starring Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, Vivien Leigh, and Karl Malden; Winner Academy Awards to Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter, Karl Malden, and best art direction; Academy Award nomination for Marlon Brando

Film Scripts Three: The Apartment, The Misfits, Charade
Film Scripts Three
The Apartment, The Misfits, Charade
Paperback      ISBN: 148034205x
(Applause Books). The Film Scripts series bring back into print some of the greatest screenplays ever written. The series is a reissue of four volumes originally edited by George P. Garrett. Each volume contains three classic shooting scripts written by some of the finest writers to ever work in Hollywood, including William Faulkner ( The Big Sleep ), Tennessee Williams ( A Streetcar Named Desire ), and Gore Vidal ( The Best Man ). Each volume runs close to 500 pages and contains a highly informative introduction, a glossary of technical terms, an extensive bibliography, and the credits for each film. These enduring screenplays will be of great interest to the general film buff, the aspiring screenwriter, and the professional filmmaker. Of particular value to the screenwriter and filmmaker is the fact that all scripts are printed in standard screenplay format. Film Scripts Three features: Charade (1964, Universal); Script by Peter Stone; Directed by Stanley Donan; Starring Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau, James Colburn, and George Kennedy The Apartment (1960, United Artist); Script by Billy Wilder and I.A.L Diamond; Directed by Billy Wilder; Starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Fred MacMurray, Rat Watson and Jack Kruschen; Winner of Academy Awards for Best Picture, Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond (script), and Billy Wilder (director); Academy Award nominations for Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine and Jack Kruschen The Misfits (1961, United Artists/Seven Arts); Script by Arthur Miller; Directed by John Huston; Starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, Eli Wallach, and Thelma Ritter
Film Scripts Two: High Noon, Twelve Angry Men, The Defiant Ones
Film Scripts Two
High Noon, Twelve Angry Men, The Defiant Ones
Paperback      ISBN: 1480342041
(Applause Books). The Film Scripts series bring back into print some of the greatest screenplays ever written. The series is a reissue of four volumes originally edited by George P. Garrett. Each volume contains three classic shooting scripts written by some of the finest writers to ever work in Hollywood, including William Faulkner ( The Big Sleep ), Tennessee Williams ( A Streetcar Named Desire ), and Gore Vidal ( The Best Man ). Each volume runs close to 500 pages and contains a highly informative introduction, a glossary of technical terms, an extensive bibliography, and the credits for each film. These enduring screenplays will be of great interest to the general film buff, the aspiring screenwriter, and the professional filmmaker. Of particular value to the screenwriter and filmmaker is the fact that all scripts are printed in standard screenplay format. Film Scripts Two features: High Noon (1952, United Artists); Script by Carl Foreman; Directed by Fred Zinnemann; Starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly; Winner Academy Awards for Gary Cooper (best actor), best film editing, best music song, and best music score; Academy Awards nominations for best picture, best director, and best writing 12 Angry Men (1957, United Artist); Script by Reginald Rose; Directed by Sydney Lumet; Starring Martin Balsam, Lee J. Cobb, E.G. Marshall, Jack Klugman and Henry Fonda; Academy Award nominations for best picture, best director, best writing The Defiant Ones (1958, United Artists); Script by Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith; Directed by Nedrick Young; Starring Tony Curtis, Sidney Poitier, Theodore Bikel and Lon Chaney; Academy Awards for best writing, best cinematography; Academy Award nominations for best actor, best picture, best supporting actor, best director, and best film editing

Four Films of Woody Allen
Four Films of Woody Allen
1st Edition    Paperback      ISBN: 0394712293
The complete screenplays of Woody Allen's four most recent movies--"Annie Hall," "Interiors," "Manhattan," and "Stardust Memories"--are accompanied by stills from each
Four Screenplays: Studies in the American Screenplay
Four Screenplays
Studies in the American Screenplay
Paperback      ISBN: 0440504902
An analysis of Thelma and Louise, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, The Silence of the Lambs, and Dances With Wolves provides tips on script writing for original productions, sequels, novel adaptations, and adaptations by original authors. Original.