Suggested Reading

  

  • Adventures in the Screen Trade  by William Goldman
  • The Agency: William Morris and the Hidden History of Show Business  by Frank Rose
  • Ask the Pros: Screenwriting  by Howard Meibach
  • Bankroll: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films  by Tom Malloy
  • The Big Deal  by Thom Taylor
  • Brothers Emanuel  by Ezekiel Emanuel
  • The Business of Media Distribution  by Jeff Ulin and Chris Simpson
  • Comics and Sequential Art  by Will Eisner
  • Creativity, Inc.  by Ed Catmull
  • Crush It  by Gary Vaynerchuk
  • Easy Riders, Raging Bulls  by Peter Biskind
  • Film Festival Secrets  by Christopher Holland
  • From Reel to Deal  by Dov Simens
  • Global Hollywood  by Toby Miller…
  • Good in a Room  by Stephanie Palmer
  • Googled: The End of the World as We Know It  by Ken Auletta
  • Hero with a Thousand Faces  by Joseph Campbell
  • Hollywood Assistants Handbook  by Peter Nowalk and Hillary Stam
  • How to Write Movies for Fun & Profit  by Thomas Lennon
  • I Liked It, Didn’t Love It  by Monika Skerbelis & Rona Edwards
  • Keys to the Kingdom  by Kim Masters
  • The Kid Stays in the Picture  by Robert Evans
  • The Little Stuff Matters Most  by Bernie Brillstein
  • The Mailroom  by David Rensin
  • Marketing to Moviegoers  by Robert Marich
  • The Men Who Would Be King: An Almost Epic Tale of Dreamworks  by Nicole Laporte
  • The Operator: David Geffen Builds, Buys & Sells New Hollywood  by Thomas R. King
  • Ovitz  by Robert Slater
  • A  Passion to Win  by Sumner Redstone
  • Powerhouse: The Untold Story of Hollywood’s CAA  by James Andrew Miller
  • Save the Cat: The Last Book on Screenwriting You’ll Ever Need   by Blake Snyder
  • Screenplay  by Sid Field
  • Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show  by Tara Bennett
  • Steal Like an  Artist  by Austin Kleon
  • Story  by Robert McKee
  • Think Outside the Box Office  by Jon Reiss
  • Ultimate Guide to Video Game Writing & Design  by Flint Dille and John Zuur Platten
  • Understanding Comics:  The Invisible Art  by Scott McCloud
  • The Visual Story:  Seeing the Structure of Film, TV and New Media  by Bruce Block
  • The Writers Journey  by Christopher Vogler
  • You’re Lucky You’re Funny  by Phil Rosenthal