A movie storyboard is the crucial stage when the words of the screenplay becomes a visual narrative; it’s often the source of the iconic imagery of the finished movie, and it is always a key point in the interaction of screenwriter, director, producer and art director.
For the first time, the history of this vital art form is told in the way it deserves. A host of storyboards - ranging from Terry Gilliam’s energetic sketches to the lush painted artwork that defined Gone With The Wind - reveals how the director’s vision is defined before the cameras start to roll.
This book is a must for all serious fans and students of film, telling the story of cinema as it has never been told before.
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