Woody Allen criticism is at the forefront of the filmmaker’s first published DigiDialogue.
Everyone has an opinion of Woody Allen, whether those opinions come from a learned perspective, or from the tabloids.
“Woody Allen: Reel To Real is a seminal book in film criticism that eschews the lowest common denominator thumbs up/thumbs down approach to film criticism,” said Dan Schneider, noted critic, author and founder of Cosmoetica.
Take2 Publishing launched Woody Allen: Reel to Real by Alex Sheremet.
Woody Allen: Reel to Real is the first published DigiDialogue, which is a product and a process where a writer can spark conversation with his or her audience, which is then compiled and published.
A DigiDialogue is a process and a product that results with a published eBook where the dialogue between the author and the audience becomes part of the final published ‘copy.’ Alex Sheremet presents one of the most thorough and considered critiques of Woody Allen’s complete body of cinema.
The new DigiDialogue also works work as a compilation of critical debates that surround the works.
In his just-released eBook, Woody Allen: Reel to Real, Sheremet’s words are only part of the full story.
The dialogue between Sheremet and noted writers and critics, including Jonathan Rosenbaum and the Dan Schneider, highlight much of Sheremet’s unique perspective on Woody Allen and Sheremet’s view of the debates that accompany him.
The genesis of this DigiDialogue is the Woody Allen: Reel to Real website, established some months ago to have Sheremet and his readers further explore, expand and explain the theses he presents.
On that site one can find a combination of faithful summaries of the key chapters of this book and one key chapter in its entirety …
all married to dedicated ‘Comment Boxes’ that serve to propagate the dialogue.
This first version of the book contains Sheremet’s complete and original text in its entirety plus the initial dialogue that ensued from the DigiDialogue website.
Updated versions of this book containing the continuing dialogue, as well as Sheremet’s essay-length responses to his own critic will be released in the future.
The book will be made available to all official purchasers free of charge.