Hard Core Roadshow A Screenwriter's Diary A Spider Line Book Read & Download Ü 9

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Hard Core Roadshow A Screenwriter's Diary A Spider Line Book Read & Download Ü 9 ✓ With engaging razor sharp prose Noel S Baker vividly chronicles the experience of seeing his first screenplay produced derived from a diary kept during two years of down and dirty filmmaking with Bruce McDonald on theDerived from a diary kept during two years of down and dirty filmmaking with Bruce McDonald on the film Hard Core Logo. Baker wrote the script for Hard Core Logo a mockumentary movie about the disastrous reunion tour of a punk band and this is the diary he kept during the process of adapting the Hard Core Logo book into a screenplay trying to secure funding for the movie casting and filming it It's a tale of the setbacks triumphs insanity and compromises necessary to getting a movie made in this instance in Canada He says that he saw Hard Core Logo as a love story about Joe Dick and Billy Tallent's twisted up relationship He also strongly implies that the actors who played them Hugh Dillon and Callum Keith Rennie were having a relationship in real life Looking at the text I also think that Baker had a crush on Rennie

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This is the most absorbing account of getting a move made in this countryIt's funny perceptive and compelling Atom Egoy. After having this on my shelf for years I decided to give it one re read before sending it out into the world It's engaging and well written; a great book for anyone interested in screenwriting or moviemaking in general It really drives home the idea that writing is re writing and offers a nice mix of the frustrations of multiple drafts and the search for funding with fun behind the scenes anecdotes from casting rehearsals and filming

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Hard Core Roadshow A Screenwriter's Diary A Spider Line BookWith engaging razor sharp prose Noel S Baker vividly chronicles the experience of seeing his first screenplay produced. For any writer musician or filmmaker this book will definitely resonate; written by the man who brought the Canadian classic Hard Core Logo to the screen Hard Core Roadshow is an intriguing diary with loads of info and black and white film stills plus cast and crew stuff From the strange demise of Rainbow the goat to the superb audition for the character of Bucky Haight this book has everything that fans of the film could ever think of