Bringing a twist to the practical movie-making genre, this book uses the films you already know and love to explain key terms and processes; exploring everything from cinematography to the secrets of talking to camera. Investigating deep focus through Citizen Kane, forced perspective through Elf and slow motion through Reservoir Dogs, this is a fascinating read for film buffs and a must-read for students or those just starting out in the industry.
Hardback, 192 pages.
Measures 22.8 x 17 cm.
A celebration, in gorgeous technicolor, of over 400 films which mention a colour in their title; The Red Shoes, The Man With The Golden Arm, A Clockwork Orange, Black Swan, Betty Blue, Jackie Brown, The White Ribbon and many more. Five colour litho print. 140gsm unfinished paper....
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