Twilight : Director's Notebook The Story of How We Made the Movie by Catherine Hardwicke
  

Synopsis

Twilight : Director's Notebook The Story of How We Made the Movie by Catherine Hardwicke

This intimate full-colour 'notebook', designed to replicate the one director Catherine Hardwicke kept on and off the set, takes you through the creative process that went into making Stephenie Meyer's breathtaking novel come alive on screen - from casting to costumes, stunts to storyboards. With never-before-seen notes, sketches, and photographs taken directly from the visionary director's personal notebook, this book includes everything from her visual inspirations, to step-by-step breakdowns of action sequences, to a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most pivotal moments in the creation of the film, and much more. Get the inside story - this collectable notebook will be a must-have addition to every TWILIGHT fan's bookshelf!

About the Author

Catherine Hardwicke started in film as a production designer and worked on over 20 films including TANK GIRL, THREE KINGS and VANILLA SKY. Her debut as a co-writer and director was with the Sundance award-winning THIRTEEN. She lives in Venice Beach, California.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
176 pages
Interest Age: from 12

Author

Catherine Hardwicke
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Publisher

ATOM an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group

Publication date

17th March 2009

ISBN

9781905654598


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