Wednesday, May 21

Pixar 101

I've read a ton of Hollywood studio type books, not the cheesy tell-all biographies but the ones that focus on an era, on a studio, on a filmmaker or just a point of view. Such as:

DisneyWar, Down and Dirty Pictures, The Devil's Candy, The Mailroom, Who The Devil Made It, The Studio, Boffo!, Hitchcock on Hitchcock, What Just Happened?, Rebel Without a Crew, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls, Hello, He Lied, Eyes Wide Open, A Pound of Flesh...

Also heard great things about The Making of Star Wars - - not even a nut about SW, but just ordered that from Amazon. I just got The Pixar Touch in the mail, am very excited to start that 300 page bad boy.