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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.
This is a good book that gets into the why a particular technique works. It's like a language book for videos. Read morePublished 18 days ago by KD
Purchased for my son's senior project. Helpful for the novice film maker.Published 1 month ago by Preston's Mom
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 2 months 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 3 months 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 4 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 4 months ago by Michel Grasley