Harry Potter Page To Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey by Bob McCabe

01harrypotter.jpg Even if you don't like Harry Potter, his books, or his movies, you will be awed by this magnificent tome. It contains drawings, story boards, scripts, props, photographs, maps, computerized graphics, and more. In the first half of this book there is a chapter dedicated to each of the seven Harry Potter movies and J.K. Rowling's novels. The second half of this masterpiece is dedicated to describing, drawing and photographing the characters, locations, creatures and artifacts involved in every step of the making of these movies. I love observing the scenery and costumes in films and they are wonderfully displayed in this book. You'll also see something unusual about some of the pages in this book. There are images that you cannot see unless you tip the book just so to catch the light. I think die-hard Harry Potter fans will be hard pressed to find something that happened in one of the movies that is not depicted or mentioned somewhere in this compilation of information and images. Enjoy! I know I did and then I went out and purchased a copy for my personal library.

Submitted by Valerie @ MPL Central

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