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On directing

H. Clurman

On directing

by H. Clurman

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Published by Collier-Macmillan .
Written in English


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Statement[by] H. Clurman.
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Open LibraryOL21090122M

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book that would appeal to the mind and the imagination, one that would not simply lay out rules but would stimulate the ¤lmmaker to reach fur-ther, aim higher, and let his or her imagination soar in the process of creation. And, after two years, Writing, Directing, and . FILM DIRECTING TIPS conundrums and performance crises? Who, in short, knew the rules? Then I met Frank Hauser. It was the late s. I had just graduated from college, quit a job to which I was ill suited at a hank on Wall Street, and set off for London in search of a directing career. There was Frank, one of my teachers, a scarecrow of a man.

Just to clarify, No book or teacher can make you a director. See, a film director makes films and films are a medium for story telling. So, you need to have a story, you need to find your own voice and this, fortunately or unfortunately, will be y. Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) is a fast, easy and free way for authors and publishers to keep control and publish their books worldwide on the Kindle and Kindle reading apps.


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