Capote: the shooting script

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Newmarket Press, Feb 17, 2006 - Performing Arts - 150 pages
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The official screenplay book tie-in to the "one of the best films of the year"(Rolling Stone, Newsweek), starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as legendary writer Truman Capote on his six-year journey to research and write his masterpiece In Cold Blood. Capote: The Shooting Script includes the complete screenplay for the acclaimed film, a foreword by Gerald Clarke, author of the bestselling biography Capote, exclusive Q&As with screenwriter Dan Futterman and director Bennett Miller, and an 8-page color photo section.

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QAs with Dan Futterman
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About the author (2006)

Dan Futterman (screenwriter) makes his screenwriting debut with "Capote". As an actor, his films include "The Birdcage, Enough", and "Urbania", for which he received Best Actor at the Seattle Film Festival. He has appeared on stage in New York in numerous productions, including "Angels in America", and was a regular on the CBS show "Judging Amy", as well as appearing in "Will and Grace" and "Sex and the City". Bennett Miller (director) made the acclaimed documentary-portrait "The Cruise", about New York City tour guide Timothy "Speed" Levitch, which won the top prize of the International Forum at the Berlin Film Festival and the Emmy Award. He is also an acclaimed director of television commercials. Miller met Futterman when they were twelve years old, and they have been friends for the past twenty-five years.

Gerald Clarke is the author of "Capote: A Biography" and "Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland". He has also written for many publications, including "The Atlantic, The New Republic, Rolling Stone, " "Architectural Digest, "where he is a contributor;" Time, " where he was a senior writer; and "Esquire". A graduate of Yale, he now lives in Bridgehampton, New York.

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