Harry Potter Page to Screen by Bob McCabe
The Complete Filmmaking Journey

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There’s something for everyone in here, whether you’re a film fan or film student. The craft of moviemaking, from set design and decoration to costume making, is discussed in fine detail, though it never seems pedantic.
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Harry Potter: Page to Screen, the follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Harry Potter: Film Wizardry, is a lavish and personal look at the entire filmmaking process that transformed J. K. Rowling’s fantasy series into a blockbuster movie franchise. Featuring all-new interviews with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and Michael Gambon, behind-the-scenes anecdotes from producer David Heyman, production designer Stuart Craig, and director David Yates, and hundreds of never-before-seen photographs and concept illustrations, this book is the ultimate compendium for Potter fans young and old.
 

About Bob McCabe

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Bob McCabe is an author, editor and film journalist, contributing to works such as The Pythons: Autobiography by the Pythons (Macmillan, 2004) and The Rough Guide to Comedy Movies (DK, 2005). He has also worked as a screenwriter, actor, and broadcaster and judged several film awards such as the Satyajit Ray Award for the London Film Festival in 2008. Bob currently lives in London.
 
Published October 1, 2011 by Titan Publishing Company. 528 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by JOHN YOUNG on Oct 19 2011

Better clear space for one more Harry Potter book — a sumptuously designed one that reveals everything a Potterhead needs to know about the movie franchise.

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Lit Witch

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Reviewed by Sue on Dec 05 2011

There’s something for everyone in here, whether you’re a film fan or film student. The craft of moviemaking, from set design and decoration to costume making, is discussed in fine detail, though it never seems pedantic.

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