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Nothing Lost Forever (ebook)
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NOTHING LOST FOREVER: THE FILMS OF TOM SCHILLER by Michael Streeter
Tom Schiller was among the first to join the Saturday Night Live team in 1975. Recognized more for his work than his name, Schiller spent a total of eleven years with the show, writing sketches and directing short films. He directed John Belushi at age 90 in Don't Look Back in Anger; Phil Hartman and Jan Hooks lip-synced to Bing Crosby in the musical Love in a Dream; and Bill Murray played a homeless man who thinks he's a brilliant Shakespearean actor in Perchance to Dream. With his memorable short films, Schiller added an element of heart and style to Saturday Night Live.
Many took notice of Schiller's unique filmmaking vision, including producer Lorne Michaels and MGM, who signed Schiller to write and direct his first feature film. Nothing Lasts Forever, a clever science fiction comedy with strong aspects of social satire, starred Zach Galligan and Bill Murray. Sadly, with MGM facing financial uncertainty, Schiller's forgotten masterpiece was never released.
Nothing Loast Forever takes a thorough look into the films and career of Tom Schiller, through his own eyes and through those who have worked closely with him.
Foreword by Tom Davis
Extensive new interviews with Tom Schiller, Dan Aykroyd, Peter Aykroyd, Judity Belushi Pisano, Chevy Chase, Zach Galligan, Teri Garr, Victoria Jackson, Lorne Michaels, Bill Murray, Mike Myers, Laila Nabulsi, Lauren Tom, and many others.
More than a hundred rare, never-before-seen photos.
Various annotated scripts of the short film, Don't Look Back in Anger.
The original Nothing Lasts Forever program.