Spike Lee's gotta have it: inside guerrilla filmmaking
Including Spike Lee's advice on independent filmmaking, excerpts from the production journal Lee kept throughout the making of She's Gotta Have It, and much more, Spike Lee's Gotta Have It is a unique document in film literature. 30 black-and-white photographs.
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Review: Spike Lee's Gotta Have It: Inside Guerilla FilmmakingUser Review - Goodreads
Easily an equal to Robert Rodriguez's Rebel Without A Crew and Soderbergh's book of Sex Lies and Videotape. If you have interest in these sorts of making-of journals, this one is essential.
Review: Spike Lee's Gotta Have It: Inside Guerilla FilmmakingUser Review - Darin Strachan - Goodreads
This book, like the one Spike Lee put together for Do The Right Thing, includes his journal of the filmmaking process. Since this was Spike's first feature length film, the journal is an authentic testament to the difficulties that a young filmmaker usually faces. Read full review