Frederick Levy knows plenty about making it in the film industry. He became the Vice-President of Martin Katz Productions (part of the team responsible for “Titanic” and “Reindeer Games”) but began his career as a studio guide at Universal Studios Hollywood.
His book, The Hollywood Way, is full of the tips and principles that Levy’s learned during his showbiz tenure. His knowledge is backed up by plenty of sage advice from other Hollywood players, including Bryan Singer and Kevin Williamson.
To check out a chapter from The Hollywood Way and to learn more about the author and his other books, pay a visit to the official book site.
Posted on December 28, 2002 in News by Film Threat Staff
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