Books on Film

The Treasures of Bruce Lee

The Treasures of Bruce Lee

| March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Paul Bowman’s The Treasures of Bruce Lee, currently available from Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, offers a biography of the late great film star and martial artist, housed in a dynamic hardcover volume that offers those who purchase it so much more than merely an interesting read. The book features a foreward by Lee’s daughter […]

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Doctor Who FAQ

Doctor Who FAQ

| February 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dave Thompson, author of numerous books on the history of rock and roll, turns his attentions to Doctor Who, that 50-year-old children’ series that has, since it premiered in 1963, become a global sensation with its current run drawing in millions of viewers worldwide and raking in cash for the BBC by the truckload. Thompson’s […]

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FilmCraft: Producing

FilmCraft: Producing

| January 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

While not every filmmaker has gone to film school and there are a few that actually disapprove, there are certain perks in going. One of these is having guest lectures of filmmakers and industry professionals that show up and share some of their experiences with you. Whether its an actual director explaining methods they’ve used […]

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The Screenwriter’s Roadmap: 21 Ways to Jumpstart Your Story

The Screenwriter’s Roadmap: 21 Ways to Jumpstart Your Story

| December 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Screenwriting is one of the hardest aspects of filmmaking, which makes writers take their creative input and conform it to an solid format and structure. While its certainly easy for anyone to claim they’re a screenwriter, if they’ve written anything in the format, it takes true skill, hard work and dedication to master the art […]

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Standup Guys: A Generation of Laughs by John DeBellis

Standup Guys: A Generation of Laughs by John DeBellis

| December 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

John DeBellis should be famous.  Far from a household name, he’s shared the company with Larry David, Richard Lewis, Jerry Seinfeld, Gilbert Gottfried, Bill Maher, Andy Kaufman, Woody Allen, Eddie Murphy, and plenty others whose presence is more instantly recognizable than his own.  He even wrote some jokes for Rodney Dangerfield and sketches with Billy […]

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If You Like Quentin Tarantino…by Katherine Rife

If You Like Quentin Tarantino…by Katherine Rife

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

For those that love the films of Quentin Tarantino, part of the joy is to see how the man is going to assemble his latest film, through all sorts of homage and tribute that he pays to various films and genres that he loves so much. Most people probably don’t know that he does this, […]

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The Great Showdowns, by Scott C.

The Great Showdowns, by Scott C.

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Since the beginning of time, there has been struggle. The epic clash of being against being. Han vs the green fellow. Chief Brody vs the very large shark. John McClane vs broken glass, and many, many more… Scott Campbell’s acclaimed Great Showdowns series, showing strangely good- natured confrontations between his favorite movie characters, finally gets the book collection […]

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Silhouettes From Popular Culture, by Olly Moss

Silhouettes From Popular Culture, by Olly Moss

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Born in the UK in 1987, Olly Moss has quickly become “one of the most in demand and influential pop culture artists in the world today” (Slashfilm). Titan Books are delighted to announce the acquisition of worldwide rights to publish a lavish hardback collection of Moss’s sought-after series depicting popular characters from films, television and […]

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The Art and Making of Hotel Transylvania

The Art and Making of Hotel Transylvania

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Art and Making of Hotel Transylvania is the be-all, tell-all book about Sony Pictures Animation’s computer-graphics and 3-D Hotel Transylvania animated feature, to be released on 28 September.  The book is written by Tracey Miller-Zarneke, a voice actress on Disney’s Meet the Robinsons, assistant production manager on The Emperor’s New Groove and Chicken Little, and the author of the making-of art […]

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Zombie Cat: The Tale of a Decomposing Kitty

Zombie Cat: The Tale of a Decomposing Kitty

| October 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Okay, so maybe Zombie Cat isn’t a “Book on Film,” or a “Book about Film,” or even a “Book Adapted from a Film.” But bear with me here. It is a book, I can assure you of that much, and it does, at the very least, make passing reference to one of the most beloved […]

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