The Jaws Log
Newmarket Press, 2005 - Fiction - 224 pages
To coincide with the 30th anniversary of the now-classic Steven Spielberg film, a new expanded edition, in hardcover for the first time, of one of the best "making of" books of all time.
Steven Soderbergh, Bryan Singer, Rod Lurie, John Landis, Steve Martin, and Rob Reiner are among the many filmmakers who concur, more than 30 years after its first publication, that The Jaws Log by screenwriter Carl Gottlieb deserves an enduring place as a "modern classic" on filmmakers and filmmaking.
The only book on how 26-year-old Steven Spielberg transformed Peter Benchley's #1 bestselling novel into the phenomenal movie it became, Gottlieb's chronicle of this extraordinary year-long adventure was first published in 1975, generating 17 printings and selling more than 2 million paperback copies. Long out of print, a new, expanded paperback edition was published in 2000 to mark the movie's 25th Anniversary, featuring a 22-page behind-the-scenes photo album, a new afterword by Gottlieb updating readers on the fates of the filmmakers, and an introduction by Peter Benchley.
Now, on the occasion of the movie's 30th Anniversary, The Jaws Logis available for the first time in an affordably-priced hardcover edition with a new foreword by the author. 36 b/w photos.
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Review: The Jaws LogUser Review - Steve Gross - Goodreads
This book will tell you a lot about how movies are actually made. Read full review
Review: The Jaws LogUser Review - Adam - Goodreads
The greatest book about movie making you will ever read. The story behind the making of Jaws is as good as the movie itself. A must-read for any fans of Jaws and film making. Read full review