Recommended New Filmmaking Books: Tarantino’s Return to Hollywood, Shyamalan’s Old Inspiration, Making Fargo & More

Recommended New Filmmaking Books: Tarantino’s Return to Hollywood, Shyamalan’s Old Inspiration, Making Fargo & More
If you’re a film nerd putting together a late summer reading list, look no further. There are a number of books here that could qualify as “beach reads,” chief among them a new novel from Quentin Tarantino. Others might be a tad heavy to lug to the beach, but they will be just as enticing at home. So let’s go swimming in a deep roundup of new books on filmmaking.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino (Harper Perennial)

Only Quentin Tarantino could return to a film just two years later and radically change the order of things, remove numerous noteworthy scenes while expanding others, devote a shocking number of pages to Lancer plot summaries, embark on a headline-grabbing press tour, and still emerge with a book as successful as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. As with any creation from Tarantino, there are moments of real reader discomfort here,
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