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This is a must read for anyone studying film or interested in getting into film!
A good writer can add smooth transitions into their screenplay and make their screenplay read more like a movie and more likely to be read.
This book was very helpful and is a great tool to learn about cinematic storytelling.
My grandson is making his first film. He is 14. He told me this book is really helpful. I believe it would be a welcome gift for any young film maker.Published 1 month ago by CAROLINA
First off when receiving the book it seemed fine, but once you start turning the pages suddenly each one falls out... Spent over 30 mins just tapping the pages back in place. Read morePublished 1 month ago by sydney
This is a must read for anyone studying film or interested in getting into film! I teach from the book and find my students really begin to move past just pointing and shooting and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Summer Steele
Bought as a gift. The recipient says: "Had some good insights - the pictures were rubbish, almost pointless, as others have said, but the text was good."Published 1 month ago by SecondCherry
This has pretty basic ideas and general film conventions. Nothing more. It had some film examples and was an easy read, however I can't say I learned a whole lot from this book.Published 1 month ago by Jonathan P.
Cannot say because it is a Christmas gift...Maybe I will know more after my son-in-law checks it out.Thank you, very muchPublished 2 months ago by Lynda Pack
If you're serious about the art of cinematography this is a MUST BUY. An excellent book indeed that leads you out of being a novice.Published 3 months ago by RewardST
I'd read several reviews of this book before reading the book and posting this review. While this book does sometimes delve too deeply into esoteric, impractical theory -- so what? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chad Gervich
The content of this book is especially good for high school beginners. Most filmmaking books are boring, hard to understand, and assume the reader has quite an extensive... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jean