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This is my favorite book on directing cinema. It breaks many "rules" down into simple formats. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Oliver Covrett
There's a lot of fantastic info in here. I'm an amateur film lover/maker and this is a great resource to have. I'm sure legit filmmakers would be into this as well...Published 1 month ago by JOHN T MCALLISTER
I like this book because of the information about camera shots. This was a suggested reading at my current university.Published 1 month ago by Robin
This book covers useful aspects of filmmaking techniques, such as storyboards, coverage, editing, and camera movement. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jakemondo
I knew that the copyright meant that it was an older book. Technology has surpassed it but there is still some good basic info.
Fun and exciting read from one book to the next. Was sad to finish the series. Wish I could read morePublished 5 months ago by victor
Actually I'm reading it not finished yet but I now I remember the whole thing, sketches, sb andeverything else. Great bookPublished 7 months ago by Fabian
One can just shoot and take out the blurred parts, OR, do some reading and learn the visual language that has been developed over years. And tell your story in an effective way. Read morePublished 13 months ago by multijem3
This book is older but the principles are the same as they ever were. It is worth the money for the beginning film maker.Published 17 months ago by Chris Niece