Screenplays by title D to H
New & Featured Screenplays
Backlist -- organized alphabetically by title
A to C / D
to H / I to M / N
to Q / R to S / T
Dan in Real Life
Peter Hedges & Pierre Gardner
This Newmarket Shooting Script Book includes an introduction by Pierce Gardner, and exclusive Q&A with Peter Hedges, the complete shooting script, 37 colour photos, and the complete cast and crew credits. Softcover, 128 pp. $21.95.
Dead Man Walking
Screenplay for the motion picture directed by Tim Robbins. With a forward
by Sister Helen Prejean. Includes production stills. $25.95.
Tarantino's "Death Proof"
Death Proof is the latest masterpiece by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Quentin Tarantino, starring Rose McGowan, Rosario Dawson, Zoe Bell, and Kurt Russell. With its action, dialogue and hardcore thrills, Death Proof recharges the exploitation film genre and drives it straight into the 21st century. Softcover, 129 pp. $17.50.
Dreamcatcher: The Shooting Script
William Goldman and Lawrence Kasdan
Based on the book by Stephen King, this is the riveting screenplay to the film
directed by Lawrence Kasdan. Also included are 3 introductions and extensive
information. Softcover, 192 pp. $29.95.
Set in the early 1960s, An Education tells the story of a sixteen-year-old English girl's encounter and relationship with a charming older man who is much more, and much less, than he says he is. Softcover, 163 pp. $17.50.
From Heaven, Safe, and Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story: Three
Todd Haynes is one of contemporary Hollywood's most visionary
has defined, what some are calling, the "new queer cinema". This collection
of Three Screenplays is clearly illustrative of his unique voice, and
is a must-read for anyone studying the art of screenwriting. Softcover, 220 pp.
Published to coincide with the release of Darren Aronofsky's provocative new
film, this stunning volume brings together the complete screenplay and a ravishing
selection of images from The Fountain. Hardcover, $40.00.
The Good Shepherd: The Shooting Script
Here is the official scriptbook of the acclaimed movie about the birth of the CIA by Eric Roth, the screenwriter for Forrest Gump and Munich--an epic drama directed by Robert De Niro and starring Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie, Alec Baldwin, Billy Crudup, William Hurt, Joe Pesci, John Turturro, and Robert De Niro. Roth frames his story with key events in the CIA's history, beginning the screenplay at the height of the Office of Strategic Services (the precursor of the CIA) during World War II and closing the timeline with the CIA's failure to accomplish its crucial mission at the Bay of Pigs in 1961. Softcover, 166 pp. $24.95.
Hairspray, Female Trouble, and Multiple Maniacs
With his outrageous, filthy humour and stinging social commentary, John Waters
ranks as one of America's most influential filmmakers. His muse was Divine, a
300-pound actor who could turn your stomach in one scene and break your heart
in the next. This hilarious collection brings together 3 of his most popular
screenplays, for the first time in print, including an original introduction
by Waters an more than 50 candid photos and film stills. Softcover, 314 pp. $22.95.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: The Original Radio Scripts
March 2003 saw the 25th anniversary of the first ever transmission of Douglas
Adams's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy on BBC Radio 4. This celebratory
edition of the scriptbook includes a previously unpublished Hitchhiker script,
a new introduction by producer Geoffrey Perkins, and a Who's Who of all those
involved in the radio
series. Softcover, 258 pp. $24.95.
The Hurt Locker: The Shooting Script
One of the most critically acclaimed war films in recent memory, The Hurt Locker is a riveting, extraordinary tale of courage and survival on the Baghdad bomb squad, directed by Kathryn Bigelow, from a script by Marc Boal, who researched the material by travelling to the war in Iraq. Boal's screenplay follows the layered, complex relationship between three soldiers who are thrown together in the crucible of combat -- with only 38 days left in their tour. Softcover, 134 pp. $25.00.
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