Best books about film 2018
Best Books 2018 — Goodreads Choice Awards
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Book lovers, get ready: Some of the biggest movies heading to the screen in will be literary adaptations, drawn from popular novels, works of non-fiction, and classic spooky stories.
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I have probably at some point read every book aimed at filmmakers. I used to collect them, it was an easy go to Christmas gift for me from friends and family. This is an updated post from a list I made 2 years ago. If you have any suggestions of books I should check out then please let me know in the comment section below it be great to keep this list updated throughout the years. I have also created a video based around this post that you can watch here. It is a very inspiring book, I bought it when I was 14 and it gave me a buzz to make films. If you want to be reminded how exciting filmmaking can be then this book is worth a read.
It's always a blessing and a curse to see a great book turned into a movie. Most film adaptations never compare to their book predecessors, yet there's still the thrill of seeing the same story play out in two wildly different versions. And, of course, it's nice to know a story before you see a movie. This year, plenty of movies based on books have hit the big and small screen. Here are the year's best—just read the books before you watch them. Nicole Holofcener directs this adaptation of Ted Thompson's novel, which stars Ben Mendelsohn as a suburban Connecticut who is desperate for a life change—which leads him to quit his job, leave his wife, and spark an unlikely friendship with a teenage drug addict.