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Dana Polan <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 7 Oct 2001 17:34:39 -0700
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There was one on Altman's BREWSTER MCCLOUD.  There's one on JAWS (but it
might be promotional).  And some of the BFI Classics and Modern Classics
cover production history.

At 01:31 PM 10/7/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>I'm trying to compile a list of film production histories.  The start is
>below; does anybody have additions?  Thanks, Lang
>Criteria:  Full-length book about a single film, preferably a contemporary
>account by a participant or journalist.  There's a separate section for
>retrospective production histories.  The focus should be on actual
>production: no purely critical studies and no primarily promotional
>Robert Rodriguez - Rebel Without a Crew [El Mariachi]
>Jane Hamsher - Killer Instinct [Natural Born Killers]
>Eleanor Coppola - Notes on the Making of Apocalypse Now
>Julie Salamon - Devil's Candy [Bonfire of the Vanities]
>Melville Shavelson - How to Make a Jewish Movie [Cast a Giant Shadow]
>Lillian Ross - Picture [Red Badge of Courage]
>Tom DiCillo - Box of moonlight; and, Notes from Overboard: a Film-maker's
>Robert Carringer - Making of Citizen Kane
>Stephen Rebello - Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho
>Aljean Harmetz - The Making of The Wizard of Oz
>Ray Carney - Shadows
>Jan Stuart - The Nashville Chronicles: The Making of Robert Altman's
>Matthew Field - Making of The Italian Job
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