"And the Oscar Goes To..." , How Does a Filmmaker Become an Academy Award Winner?

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Lulu.com, 2006 M09 10 - 124 pages
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This book offers aspiring and seasoned filmmakers essential facts that need to be considered when competing for an Academy Award(R) nomination for Best Picture, Best Director, and/or Best Screenplay. Film enthusiast and author Adrian Robbe gives an honest and illuminating overview of the Oscar(R) competition and the role that filmmakers played in it from 1997 to 2004. Divulging the cloak-and-dagger winning trends of how to successfully posture a film to be a serious competitor at the Academy Awards(R), the author discusses how each variable contributes to being nominated for and/or winning an Oscar(R). Analysis of changes in the historical, cultural, and political contexts of the Hollywood film industry and how they influence Academy membership voting for winning an Oscar(R) are also analyzed.

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