Studio Relations: Love in the Golden Age of Hollywood

In 1935, Vivien Howard is the only female director at Lion Studios She has a string of hits and a passion for her latest project, the Civil War love story Storm of the South Weston Holmes is the handsome partner of Holmes International, the parent company of Lion Studios Averse to risk and focused on the bottom line, he s worried that audiences won t accept an epic warIn 1935, Vivien Howard is the only female director at Lion Studios She has a string of hits and a passion for her latest project, the Civil War love story Storm of the South Weston Holmes is the handsome partner of Holmes International, the parent company of Lion Studios Averse to risk and focused on the bottom line, he s worried that audiences won t accept an epic war picture directed by a young woman With Hollywood in the midst of the Great Depression, and the Women s Decency League railing against working women, Vivien struggles to convince Weston that she is the best director to make this movie When a publicity mishap results in their staged marriage, Vivien and Weston must learn to overcome their differences to finish the film and find their Hollywood ending.
Studio Relations Love in the Golden Age of Hollywood In Vivien Howard is the only female director at Lion Studios She has a string of hits and a passion for her latest project the Civil War love story Storm of the South Weston Holmes is the hands

  • Title: Studio Relations: Love in the Golden Age of Hollywood
  • Author: Georgie Lee
  • ISBN: B01D26ZLJI
  • Page: 435
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Studio Relations: Love in the Golden Age of Hollywood”

    1. Interesting and nice romance about cinema in the thirties. Glamour and hard work. blue-moon/spipp?artiSi vous voulez lire une romance historique différente qui ne joue pas sur les périodes habituelles ni les ressorts habituels, découvrez ce roman qui n’a pas fait de bruit d’une auteure encore peu connue Georgie Lee. De plus si vous avez aimé l’atmosphère de The artist et son hommage au cinéma hollywoodien, vous êtes définitivement destiné à lire ce livre.Georgie Lee a en effet si [...]

    2. Brilliant female director Vivien Howard and film financier Weston Holmes clash over artistic control and their own growing feelings for each other in this elegant romance set in the 1930's Hollywood studio era. Vivien wants nothing more than to direct an innovative Civil War drama, something women aren't allowed to do in the studio system. She convinces her boss to give her the assignment, but he saddles her with arrogant executive Weston Holmes to make sure she stays on budget for the cash-stra [...]

    3. Loved this romantic romp through 1930s Hollywood! The story follows the production problems of Vivien Howard, one of Hollywood's few female directors, and her ongoing conflict with Weston Holmes, the studio executive who's been called in to keep her under budget and on schedule.Ms. Lee's passion for classic Hollywood and her experiences in television and screenwriting in LA show through as her fictional director fights to film the movie of her heart, a Civil War film.I hope you enjoy this gem of [...]

    4. Who doesn't love the old black and white movies from the 1930s? "Studio Relations" captures the glamour of the era as well as the hard work and struggles with social change -- war soon, women's role.Vivien is a fantastic character. She's assertive and competent, never simply bossy. I thoroughly enjoyed watching her fall in love. And Westonat whole stuffy businessman morphing into leading man thing -- loved it!Studio Relations has the charm of the era it portrays.

    5. Disappointing. The relationship between the two mainaracters seemed trite--two passionate people who actually love each other but thinkey hats each other. The romance novel I read just before this was much better written with believable impediments toe love ofe two mainaracters rather than forced or trite as in this book.

    6. Light, easy read that read like an old Black and White, madcap comedy starring Carey Grant and Kate Hepburn.

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