Werner Herzog and Darren Aronofsky Think You Should Read

Werner Herzog and Darren Aronofsky Think You Should Read

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    SeanBreathnach
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    Werner Herzog and Darren Aronofsky Think You Should Read These Ten Books:

    http://nofilmschool.com/2011/02/werner- … -read-ten/

    " 1. Making Movies by Sidney Lumet
    2. The Writers Journey by Christopher Vogler
    3. Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind
    4. The Ragman’s Son by Kirk Douglas
    5. Hitchcock by Francois Truffaut
    6. Georgics by Virgil
    7. The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber by Ernest Hemingway
    8. The Warren Commission Report
    9. Gargantua and Pantagruel by Francois Rabelais
    10. The Poetic Edda translated by Lee M. Hollander
    11. True History of the Conquest of New Spain by Bernal Diaz del Castillo
    "

    Anyone here read any of them?

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    inky
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    read hitchcock by truffaut, easy riders raging bulls (brilliant), warren commission is the jfk assassination report is it?
    the spanish thing could be good too if fitzcaraldos anything to go by

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    SeanBreathnach
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    Nice one! I really must check some of them out.

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    #6423

    Adrian
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    Re-reading Gargantua and Pantagruel. Rabelais might come up again in an exam. It’s actually really good.

    #6424

    jasonkeane
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    "Making Movies" by Sidney Lumet, is a classic and a must-read for everybody in this industry, regardless of their job. "The Writers Journey" by Christopher Vogler is another very good book on classical writing – I’ve only dipped in-and-out of it myself and must really finish it. Bought "Hitchcock" by Francois Truffaut, but have yet to read it…I also have it in audio-book if anyone wants it.

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    SeanBreathnach
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    "jasonkeane":2mvszxll wrote:
    "Making Movies" by Sidney Lumet, is a classic and a must-read for everybody in this industry, regardless of their job.[/quote:2mvszxll]
    I must put that next on my reading list so. I am almost finished the book I am currently reading – a book that shall remain nameless for the sake of my impeccable reputation…
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