Annie Proulx BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN: STORY TO SCREENPLAY starts with the story which was later made into film. It follows 2 cowboys who fall in love with each other, have a short romance while they are out herding cattle, then come back down the mountain get on with their lives, have wives kids. One of their wives finds out what the relationship is between the 2 men, it causes difficulties in their relationship. Next comes the screen play, then essays from Larry McMurtry Diana Ossana.
Martin Scorsese GANGS OF NEW YORK: MAKING THE MOVIE. The "Dead Rabbits" and the "Native Americans" are the 2 gangs at the heart of the film. Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo DiCaprio), the son of the Rabbits' murdered leader, vows vengeance on the man who killed him, Bill "The Butcher" Poole (Daniel Day-Lewis). Production started in August 2000 on a specially constructed site in Italy that recreates mid 19th-century New York.
ROMULUS, MY FATHER SCREENPLAY. Romulus, My Father was adapted for the screen by Nick Drake and developed with director Richard Roxburgh over 7 years. The book contains an extended foreword by Raimond Gaita which gives profound insight into the process of moving from memoir to screenplay to film. The published screenplay also includes significant scenes omitted from the film which shed further light on both the story and the process.