A Quiet Place writers Scott Beck & Bryan Woods offer a first-hand look at the life of a filmmaker and the brutal ups and downs that come with it. While writing and directing their feature Haunt, Beck & Woods kept in-depth journals charting their experience making the independent film, all while another script of theirs - A Quiet Place - was being produced by Paramount Pictures with stars Emily Blunt and John Krasinski. As the resulting film became a global sensation, Beck & Woods documented their journey through the wild landscape of failure, rejection, momentary success, rubbing elbows with cinematic heroes, and weathering the absurdity of Hollywood.
Also featured is the never-before-released screenplay for Haunt and an interview with the filmmakers conducted by author and screenwriting professor Scott Myers.
Scott Beck & Bryan Woods are writers, directors and producers. Beck & Woods' wrote A Quiet Place, which grossed over $340 million worldwide and earned them the Saturn Award for Best Writing, alongside nominations from the Writers Guild and the Critics' Choice Awards. The duo's follow-up includes writing and directing Columbia Pictures' 65 starring Adam Driver and adapting Stephen King's The Boogeyman into a feature for 20th Century Studios.