Industrial Light & Magic has created visual effects for hundreds of films, many of which are cultural and cinematic landmarks. From the fantastic creatures and otherworldly environments of the Star Wars universe to the astounding dinosaurs of 'Jurassic Park', from the raging waters of 'A Perfect Storm' and dramatic power of 'Twister' to the extraordinary characters of 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Iron Man', the imagery created by ILM has fundamentally changed the face of filmmaking, and made it possible to tell stories and create visual experiences that could only have been dreamed of in the past. The goal for those who work at ILM has always been to find the most creative and effective way to realize the vision of a filmmaker - to bring to the screen an accurate representation of what the director has imagined. At ILM, pushing the envelope of what is possible both creatively and technologically, is a way of life.
Pamela Glintenkamp is an award-winning documentary media producer. The subjects her films have explored include Frank Lloyd Wright, Vermeer, the photography and politics of Tina Modotti and the architecture of Frank Gehry. Her work has been presented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery, and on public television. Glintenkamp has also been a media consultant to the Stanley Kubrick Archive in London. From 2001 - 2003 she was the producer of the Lucasfilm History project. The outcome of the 135 interviews she conducted for the Project was a complete oral history archive of the first 25 years of Lucasfilm.
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This has a lot of amazing pages, a feast for the eyes! I can really recommend it!Published 12 months ago by René
I have both previous ILM volumes, which were outstanding and especially expensive at the time of purchase so I was expectant of similar quality in this new publication. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Neville B Goodwin
This, like the other 2 books in this seris is chock full of behind the scenes & stunning photographs of movie Icons. Read morePublished 18 months ago by CHRISTOPHER DAY
Now here she (the writer) missed the train, missed the format, missed the front-cover, missed the essence of the two previous tremendous books. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dominique Gantois
wish it was the same dimensions as the provisos book so it look right on the shelf. Great book thought. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Brad Marzari