Nicholas Meyer talks about The View from the Bridge: Memories of Star Trek, II, IV and VI and a Life in Hollywood.
Meyer presents an entertaining account of his involvement with the Star Trek films: STII: The Wrath of Khan, STIV: The Voyage Home, and STVI: The Undiscovered Country, as well as his illustrious career in the movie business.
Nicholas Meyer is a film writer, producer, director and novelist best known for his involvement in the Star Trek films. He is also well known as the director for the landmark 1983 TV-Movie The Day After, for which he was nominated for a Best Director Emmy Award.
In 1977, Meyer was nominated for an Adapted Screenplay Academy Award for adapting his own novel, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, to the screen.
District of the city of Los Angeles, Calif., U.S. Its name is synonymous with the American movie industry. In 1887 it was laid out as a subdivision by Harvey Wilcox, a prohibitionist who envisioned a community based on his religious principles. It was consolidated with Los Angeles in 1910 and became the centre of the movie industry by 1915. By the 1960s it also was the source of much American network television programming.
An interesting look at "the puppeteer" of a number of movies that mean a lot to me- especially since he touched on many things that were important to me... Sherlock Holmes and Star Trek. He touches on many aspects of creating both novels and movies that I found to be worthwhile.