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Tag: Christopher Kenworthy

Shoot Like Tarantino by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

July 24, 2018 | By | Reply More
Shoot Like Tarantino by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

Christopher Kenworthy’s look at six of Quentin Tarantino’s films in eleven chapters is to give you some idea of how they were filmed. Oddly, unlike the other two books of his I’ve reviewed this month, I’ve actually seen them all although that’s hardly surprising as Tarantino hasn’t directed that many. He notes that you should […]

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Shoot Like Spielberg by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

July 18, 2018 | By | Reply More
Shoot Like Spielberg by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

I was commenting to one of my reviewing team recently on the slow pace of a particular famous space opera film from the mid-1970s and pointed out that it didn’t necessarily apply to all directors from that time. With Christopher Kenworthy’s book, ‘Shoot Like Spielberg’, it quickly became apparent why his films have endured. Of […]

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Shoot Like Scorsese by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

July 16, 2018 | By | Reply More
Shoot Like Scorsese by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

‘Shoot Like Scorsese’ is another in the Michael Wiese Productions books looking at how film directors convey certain scenes in their films. Writer Christopher Kenworthy does this over 10 chapters for 7 Martin Scorsese films and urges you to watch them as well as read here. As time is short for review, I’ve only seen […]

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Shoot Like Scorsese by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

January 29, 2016 | By | Reply More
Shoot Like Scorsese by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

No, ‘Shoot Like Scorsese’ has nothing to do with weapons, unless you consider a film camera as being one. Christopher Kenworthy picks out ten scenes from eight of Martin Scorsese films and explains the techniques used to get the most from his actors and emotional content. Kenworthy recommends you see the films before reading but, […]

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Shoot Like Tarantino by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

August 1, 2015 | By | Reply More
Shoot Like Tarantino by Christopher Kenworthy (book review).

Contrary to the picture on the cover, ‘Shoot Like Tarantino’ is not a book about what the director does at the target range but rather as the sub-title says’ ‘The Visual Secrets Of Dangerous Storytelling’. In other words, how Quintin T directs some scenes in his films. Author Christopher Kenworthy recommends that you watch Tarantino’s […]

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