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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.
The book is what I expected, but produced with a poor binding job. If I open it "too far" pages come unglued and fall out.Published 14 days ago by pete bohnhof
I have read lot of books on screenwriting and watching movies but after reading this book my perception of movie viewing changed completely ... Read morePublished 1 month ago by hareesh
Purchased for my daughter who is studying film and television. According to her this is outstanding reference material and she has recommended it to othersPublished 2 months ago by Ford Fairlane
This is really a film school book, but it's good to read to see the potential in filmmaking. But it's also good to keep in mind, images are not the end-all and be-all in film; you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michel Grasley
Bought this for my brother-in-law who just graduated film school. He really enjoyed the perspective this book takes and it brought back to the front of his mind some of the more... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Colin Gwilliam
Gives great examples of cinematography in films. Would encourage others to give it a read, enjoyed reading and learning a little more about films.Published 3 months ago by Quidene knighton
The Kindle version of Cinematic Storytelling is disappointing. There are still photo screen shots to illustrate the author's points, but the photos are placed several pages away... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kenneth Sullivan