Dreaming Aloud: The Life and Films of James Cameron

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Doubleday Canada, 1997 - Cinéma - États-Unis - 260 pages
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"Dreaming Aloud chronicles the career of filmmaker James Cameron, from his earliest work through to his acceptance speeches on winning Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director for "Titanic.
The opening chapter focuses on Cameron's early life in northern Ontario, then follows him to Orange County, California, where he took his first film job with schlock-horror film master Roger Corman. His apprenticeship with Corman was elemental in Cameron's creation of "The Terminator, his first major film, which was a huge international success, proving Cameron had the talent and insight necessary to create blockbuster movies.
With Hollywood's door now wide open, Cameron went on to make some of the most expensive, popular films in cinematic history--a second "Terminator film, the Oscar award-winning "Aliens, "The Abyss, True Lies and now "Titanic

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Contents

Preface
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TWO In the Roger Corman Film Factory
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THREE The Best Flying Piranha Movie
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