Best Memoirs by Filmmakers: Akira Kurosawa, Oliver Stone, and More

Best Memoirs by Filmmakers: Akira Kurosawa, Oliver Stone, and More
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There are plenty of juicy biographies and autobiographies about Hollywood’s biggest personalities in front of the camera, but just as dramatic — and sometimes even more so — are the ones that focus on the figures behind the scenes.

This selection of memoirs from some of cinema’s most celebrated filmmakers — from pioneering Oscar winners to unsung figures and plenty in between — follows the making of specific films, explores the courses of entire careers, and even includes some instructional advice along the way.

“Chasing the Light: How I Fought My Way into Hollywood – From the 1960s to Platoon”

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This memoir by the outspoken
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