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Gladiator:  The Making of the Ridley Scott EpicGladiator: The Making of the Ridley Scott Epic
by  John Logan, David Franzoni, Ridley Scott

This is the official full-color companion book, featuring excerpts from the screenplay, historical sidebars and illustrations, details on period costumes and epic set designs, behind-the-scenes photographs from the location filming, and interviews with the screenwriters, actors, and director.

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X-Men:  The MovieX-Men: The Movie
by Bob Harras (Editor), Ralph MacChio, Marvel Comics Group

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The Patriot:  The Official CompanionThe Patriot: The Official Companion
by  Richard Price

 The making of this dramatic film about war and family is all captured in The Patriot, The Official Companion. Starring Mel Gibson, Tom Wilkinson, Chris Cooper (October Sky), and Jason Isaacs (Armageddon), and directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day), The Patriot is the story of America on the threshold of war. Complete with stills from the set, special in-depth interviews with the cast, director and producers, and information on how the Smithsonian Institute helped oversee the production for historical accuracy.

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The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings
by  J.R.R.Tolkien

This is a boxed set containing paper editions of Tolkien's four stories of Middle-earth: The Hobbit, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King.  But in that first novel and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, the hobbits Bilbo and Frodo and their elfish friends get swept up into a mighty conflict with the dragon Smaug, the dark lord Sauron , the monstrous Gollum, the Cracks of Doom, and the awful power of the magical Ring.

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The Journeys of Frodo The Journeys of Frodo
by  Barbara Strachey

Journeys of Frodo is an Atlas of 51 maps charting the epic journey that Frodo, and his companions undertake in J.R.R.Tolkien's epic work, The Lord of the Rings. Based on clear and detailed descriptions given in the text and on the original maps that appear The Lord of the Rings , as well as Tolkien's own paintings and drawings of the landscape and features of Middle-earth, this book clearly shows Frodo's route, together with the paths taken by other principal characters.

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The 10th KingdomThe 10th Kingdom
by Kathryn Wesley, Robert, Sr. Halmi ( Introduction )

It mixes reality with fantasy, sending two people from our world into a fairy world. Cinderella, Snow White, and the Wicked Queen comes to life in the plot, trapping you into a tale of mystery and romance. A fresh new view of all our old favorites.This was also made into a TV mini-series carrying all the romance, and mystery as in the book, which makes it a very interesting and engrossing show to watch. .

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The End and the Beginning:  The Official Guide to the X Files (Vol 5) The End and the Beginning : The Official Guide to the X Files (The Official Guide to the X-Files, V. 5)
by Andy Meisler, Chris Carter

A colorful, information-packed manual to the X-Files sixth season offers more than three hundred episode shots, detailed plot summaries, dialogue from key scenes, trivia, and behind-the-curtain coverage of all the action. Original. TV tie-in.

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Creating Babylon 5:  Behind the Scenes of Warner Bros. Revolutionary Deep  Space TV DramaCreating Babylon 5 : Behind the Scenes of Warner Bros. Revolutionary Deep Space TV Drama
by David Bassom, J. Michael Straczynski

In Creating BABYLON 5 author David Bassom takes an in-depth behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the seminal series. From plot development to the show's ground-breaking special effects methods, Bassom covers all aspects of Babylon 5's production. Interviews with all the main cast and key production crew combine with page after page of stunning photography and essential details about the Babylon 5 universe.

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Breaking Into Film Breaking Into Film
by Kenna McHugh

Independent film producer, writer, and public relations professional Kenna McHugh tells how to find an internship on a movie set--behind or in front of the camera--how to network, how to focus on an area of interest, and much more, in this unparalleled guide to breaking into the movie-making industry.  What kinds of jobs there are in the industry, How to write effective resumes and letters, The basics of networking, How to make the most of your existing experience, How to get the experience you need, How to ace the interview (formal or informal).

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Development Girl:  The Hollywood Virgin`s Guide to Making It in the Movie BusinessDevelopment Girl : The Hollywood Virgin's Guide to Making It in the Movie Business
by Chris Salewicz

Starting with a crash course on the ins and outs of the movie business  How does a project evolve from script to finished film?) and moving on to topics ranging from entry-level positions and interview tactics to sex and fashion, Hadley reveals how to become a film executive on the rise. Funny, honest, and full of juicy behind-the-scenes tales, this book is essential reading for anyone who wants to make it in the movie business.

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George Lucas:  Close Up:  the Making of His MoviesGeorge Lucas: Close Up : The Making of His Movies
by Chris Salewicz

Published: May 1999 - Director, writer, producer -- George Lucas has done it all. By securing the merchandising and sequel rights to his movie Star Wars and starting Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) to produce special effects, Lucas created an empire. This book covers the latest details about Lucas, his projects, and ILM.

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Painting With LightPainting With Light
by John Alton

Painting With Light was the first book on cinematography written by a major Hollywood cameraman. Written with good humor and full of helpful diagrams and photographs, it is certainly the most entertaining. Its technological discussions are dated, but Painting With Light remains relevant because its primary focus is on light itself and the many complex ways the camera crew can manipulate it.

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Film Directing Shot by Shot:  Visualizing from Concept to ScreenbyFilm Directing Shot by Shot : Visualizing from Concept to Screenby
Steven D. Katz

 Steven D. Katz walks his readers through the various stages of moviemaking, advising them at every turn to visualize the films they wish to produce. He covers the number of technical options filmmakers can use to create a satisfying flow of shots, a continuity that will make sense to viewers and aptly tell the film's story. Katz provides in-depth coverage of production design, storyboarding, spatial connections, scene staging, depth of frame, and more!

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In the Blink of an Eye:  A Perspective on Film EditingIn the Blink of an Eye : A Perspective on Film Editing
by Walter Murch & Francis Ford Coppola

One of the greatest image and aural montagists of our time is Walter Murch. What makes films like Apocalypse Now, The English Patient, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, or Julia great, just to name a few of Mr. Murch's masterpieces, is often the mostly invisible flow of time and mood. In this book Murch takes us inside the metaphysics of editing film and sound in a most understandable way. Any lover of film will appreciate the different sensibility and perspective than that we usually get from actors and directors.

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Titanic:  James Cameron`s Illustrated Screenplay Titanic : James Cameron's Illustrated Screenplay
by James Cameron & Randall Frakes

This book contains the shooting script of the most popular film of all time. It details the evolution of the epic romance from script to screen, including scenes and dialogue cut from the final film, as well as annotations explaining footage seen in the final cut, yet not contained in the screenplay. Never-before-seen photographs of the stars, storyboards for sequences never filmed, and an in-depth interview with Cameron

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