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Author Name:    Hopkins, John

Title:   Shrek: From the Swamp to the Screen

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   Good

Publisher:    Harry N. Abrams 

ISBN Number:   0810943093 / 9780810943094

Seller ID:   Z0810943093Z3

0810943093 GOOD - This is a hurt hardcover book with some tearing, scuffing, bumping, creasing, and a torn dust jacket. Still, it is fully usable and the flaws are only cosmetic.

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"Shrek (2001), an offbeat adventure featuring a big green ogre, his chatty sidekick Donkey, and the feisty Princess Fiona, turned the traditional fairy tale on its ear and helped to usher in a new era in computer animation, garnering the first Academy Award. for Best Animated Feature. "Shrek 2, opening in May 2004, joins the inseparable trio on new comic adventures, advancing once again the art of 3-D computer animation.
This lighthearted book chronicles the equally dramatic (and occasionally comic) story behind the making of the two movies. It features a trove of behind-the-scenes information and is jam-packed with illustrations, concept art, storyboards, character models, set designs, and stills. Author John Hopkins joins the filmmakers (directors, producers, animators, writers, production designers) as they describe the painstaking process of inventing and animating an imaginary world, and eavesdrops on the movies' main characters as they recount the trials and tribulations of a major production, the clash of egos, and the scenes that didn't work.
With enough "Shrek lore to satisfy the die-hard fan and the same off-kilter humor as the films themselves, this book is sure to have enormous appeal.



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