eBook Lights! Camera! Action!: How a Movie Is Made download
by Gail Gibbons
Author: Gail Gibbons
Publisher: HarperCollins; First edition edition (September 1, 1985)
ePub: 1519 kb
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Performing Arts
This book was marketed as a children's book about how movies are made.
This book was marketed as a children's book about how movies are made. However, adults who have no idea how a film is made would probably get just as much if not even more out of this book than most children. Overall, a delightful little book with colorful illustrations that introduces the not so magical world of making a movie. 2 people found this helpful.
A step-by-step description of how a movie is made, including writing the script, casting, rehearsing, creating the scenery an. .
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Lights! Camera! Action! book. The book gives you a tour through the production of a movie they are making and how it is all set up. I like it so much. Trinity rated it it was amazing Feb 28, 2009. Madeleine rated it liked it Jan 31, 2014. Beverly rated it liked it Dec 19, 2012. rated it really liked it Nov 14, 2018.
Discover ideas about Lights Camera Action. How Movie Made Gail Gibbons Hardcover. Gail Gibbons' bright picture books bring almost any subject into focus in 32 pages, with enough detail to satisfy the initial curiosity of a young child. Lights Camera Action Light Camera.
Learn How a Movie is Made. com User, November 13, 2001. This book was marketed as a children's book about how movies are made.
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Gail Gibbons is an American writer and illustrator of children's books, most of which are non-fiction. She started her career as a graphic artist for television, but transitioned to writing and designing children's books in the 1970s.
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