What a fascinating book for a scriptwriter to read!
By using written scenes from movies, coupled with actual film scenes printed alongside, Jennifer teaches visual storytelling in a way few books have done.
(Not like it's probably already long enough as it is!] Interest Level I found that it was very easy to maintain interest in this book.
This book is more of a a beginner's read though I don't think it is presented as such.Published 21 days ago by MeOfCourse
Very informative and educational. Great reference book. Loved it. Would recommend this book to friends. I carry it around with me on my iPad, for a quick reference guide.Published 1 month ago by Michael P. Sanders
By reviewing films and film clips, the author described what some of the great directors were attempting to solicit emotionally from the audience by using cinematic perspective and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr. Bob
There are some interesting lessons for screenwriters, but not enough to give this book a strong recommendation. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Glenn E. Mitchell II
Alright for understanding basics of storytelling. Haven't referred to it as much as the "Mastershots" series...Published 3 months ago by Anurup Mitra