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A Killer Life: How an Independent Film Producer Survives Deals and Disasters in Hollywood and Beyond

A Killer Life: How an Independent Film Producer Survives Deals and Disasters in Hollywood and Beyond

Austin Bunn, Christine Vachon

ISBN: 9780879103484

The starkly disparate film worlds of New York and Hollywood collide in this eye-opening memoir by the founder of Killer Films. "Untitled" chronicles Vachon's two decades in the filmmaking trenches, providing an unprecedented look at the birth, rise, and enduring success of the independent film movement.

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(Limelight). A Killer Life is a book about just that: the killer life of an alternative film producer who's forged her own path of success between the disparate pillars of art and commerce. Strong, steady, creative, loyal, funny, artistic, and doggedly determined to produce films that have meaning and substance and staying power in the pantheon of great cinema, Christine Vachon, a member of the Academy and born and bred on the realistic, unforgiving streets of New York City, is one of the most important people working behind the scenes in the film industry today. How did she get there? Why do directors love her? What does it take to produce great movies? What happened on the set of Kids ? These answers and more are in her book
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