Robert Geller’sWhat If Someday I Could Make A Movieputs to rest the tired cliché about adaptations of books—which was better, the film or the book?” As a teacher of literature and screenwriting he cites his motivation for attempting the impossible. His memoir details the struggles he faced in bringing America’s finest writers to the screen. Without apology, he affirms his passionate affinity for the written words that shaped his teaching career and his loving fascination for movies that helped to shape his life. From intuition to script, to the daily production struggles, his memoir describes the challenges confronted while bringing Baldwin, Bellow, Hemingway, O’Connor and Updike to large viewing audiences nationwide, hoping to acquaint readers with masterful storytellers. Geller’s commitment to a personal dream enabled him to gather an unmatched array of talent—Teresa Wright, Robin Williams, Blythe Danner, Jerry Stiller, Tommy Lee Jones and Ron Howard who joined with him to create twenty-four critically acclaimed films.Geller, Robert is the author of 'What If Someday I Could Make a Movie A Memoir', published 2005 under ISBN 9780595370849 and ISBN 0595370845.