Writer-director John Hughes died today. He was 59.
Hughes is best remembered for helping define the ’80s generation with films like “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “Pretty in Pink,” and “Sixteen Candles.” Here are some documents to help you reminisce.
- “Don’t You Forget About Me; Contemporary Writers on the Films of John Hughes”
- Summary of John Hughes’ writing and directing history
- Press release announcing Hughes’ death
- Ferris Bueller Unreleased Soundtrack List
- When I Was a Loser; True Stories of (Barely) Surviving High School
Danke Schoen, John.