LETTERS TO YOUNG FILMMAKERS/CREATIVITY AND GETTING YOUR FILMS MADE has just been signed to be translated into Mandarin by a Taiwanese publisher. The Simplified Chinese version was published on the mainland last year. So now, both this and THE POWER OF FILM have been translated into both versions of Chinese.
“How to Make It in Today’s Film World” – interview with Howard Suber on The European Independent Film Festival site. http://bit.ly/PHwn2S
There are those who claim that a film must have a three-act structure, and they often claim that Aristotle gave this “rule” to us. In fact, there were no acts as we define the term today in Greek drama, and Aristotle did not talk about acts at all because the plays he analyzed were all presented in a single continuous performance. Read more