Where is the legacy of the cinema verite moment of documentary filmmaking to found now. Your response must make detailed reference to at least two film or tv examples: Sebastian Geipel
Dementors and House-elves, merpeople and Chinese Fireball Dragons-these are just a few of the magical creatures and frightening monsters populating J. K. Rowling´s wizarding world. Harry Potter: The Creature Vault is a fascinating look at how this menagerie was brought to life for the blockbuster Harry Potter film series. Detailed profiles of each creature include rare concept illustrations, behind-the-scenes photography, and filmmaking secrets from the Warner Bros. archive. A removable poster picturing each of the creatures and an interactive Eeylops Owl Emporium catalog complete this must-have package.
The head writer for the website Mr. Skin offers a detailed guide to movie scenes that feature heavy metal music performances or characters who embody the spirit of the music including concert and performance films, documentaries, cult films and horror movies. Original.
A fully illustrated book offering a behind-the-scenes view of the detailed artwork and stop-motion animation style involved in the creation of new film ´´Kubo & The Two Strings´´. The film stars the voices of Charlize Theron, Art Parkinson, Matthew McConaughey, Ralph Fiennes and George Takei, and is due to be released in August.
The Cinema of Takeshi Kitano: Flowering Blood is a detailed aesthetic, Deleuzian, and phenomenological exploration of Japan¿s finest currently-working film director, performer, and celebrity. The volume uniquely explores Kitano¿s oeuvre through the tropes of stillness and movement, becoming animal, melancholy and loss, intensity, schizophrenia, and radical alterity; and through the aesthetic temperatures of color, light, camera movement, performance and urban and oceanic space. In this highly original monograph, all of Kitano¿s films are given due consideration, including A Scene at the Sea (1991), Sonatine (1993), Dolls (2002), and Outrage (2010).
Celebrated paper artist and designer Marc Hagan-Guirey has applied his genius to the Star Wars galaxy in this book of 15 unique kirigami (cut-and-fold) ships featured in the saga´s films. Ranging in difficulty from beginner to expert, each beautifully detailed model features step-by-step instructions and a template printed on cardstock-all that´s needed are a utility knife, a cutting mat, and a ruler. Clear tips and guidance through the tricky stages help readers craft their own X-wing, Imperial Star Destroyer, Millennium Falcon, and a dozen more ships and vehicles, each accompanied by colorful and inspiring photographs of the final model on display (or ready for a jump to Hyperspace). © and TM Lucasfilm Ltd. Used Under Authorization
Irresistible and authoritative, The Movie Musical! is an in-depth look at the singing, dancing, happy-making world of Hollywood musicals, beautifully illustrated in color and black-and-white--an essential text for anyone who´s ever laughed, cried, or sung along at the movies. Leading film historian Jeanine Basinger reveals, with her trademark wit and zest, the whole story of the Hollywood musical--in the most telling, most incisive, most detailed, most gorgeously illustrated book of her long and remarkable career. From Fred Astaire, whom she adores, to La La Land, which she deplores, Basinger examines a dazzling array of stars, strategies, talents, and innovations in the history of musical cinema. Whether analyzing a classic Gene Kelly routine, relishing a Nelson-Jeanette operetta, or touting a dynamic hip hop number (in the underrated Idlewild), she is a canny and charismatic guide to the many ways that song and dance have been seen--and heard--on film. With extensive portraits of everyone from Al Jolson, the Jazz Singer; to Doris Day, whose iconic sunniness has overshadowed her dramatic talents; from Deanna Durbin, that lovable teen-star of the ´30s and ´40s; to Shirley T. and Judy G.; from Bing to Frank to Elvis; from Ann Miller to Ann-Margret; from Disney to Chicago . . . focusing on many beloved, iconic films (Top Hat; Singin´ in the Rain; Meet Me in St. Louis; The Sound of Music) as well as unduly obscure gems (Eddie Cantor´s Whoopee!; Murder at the Vanities; Sun Valley Serenade; One from the Heart), this book is astute, informative, and pure pleasure to read.
A highly illustrated making of book featuring season 1&2 script extracts, exclusive cast and crew interviews, behind-the-scenes photography, and production notes. This volume includes detailed sketches of the murder scenes and sets as well as food stylist designs of Hannibal´s most infamous dinner parties. The Art & Making of Hannibal will be a detailed look at the making of this highly original and visually stunning TV series.