Backstory: conversaciones con Guionistas de la Edad de Oro Patrick McGilligan

ISBN: 9788486702182

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Backstory: conversaciones con Guionistas de la Edad de Oro  by  Patrick McGilligan

Backstory: conversaciones con Guionistas de la Edad de Oro by Patrick McGilligan
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Until Backstory burst on the scene in 1986, not much had been written about the early days of Hollywood screenwriting. But as Patrick McGilligan states in his fine introduction, those days were quite different from the ones that followed.

The wholeMoreUntil Backstory burst on the scene in 1986, not much had been written about the early days of Hollywood screenwriting. But as Patrick McGilligan states in his fine introduction, those days were quite different from the ones that followed. The whole craft of the screenplay didnt develop until the end of the silent era, and after it had developed, writers tended to be isolated from one another.

Screenwriting was seen as hack work, something a legitimate playwright, novelist, or even a journalist did to raise money. Backstory 1 features interviews with 15 of the finest Hollywood scenarists from the 1920s and 30s, including Charles Burnett, James M. Cain, Lenore Coffee, Philip Dunne, Julius J. Epstein, Albert Hackett, Norman Krasna, Richard Maibaum, Casey Robinson, and Donald Ogden Stewart. These writers may not be familiar, but their movies surely are. This anthology of interviews is invaluable for its insights into a budding craft and into artists whose work has been obscured by critics and audiences who preferred to propel actors, directors, and producers into stardom.



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