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    The Simpsons Family History

    R199,00 R569,00
    The ultimate album of the world's best-loved family.

    1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

    R199,00
    Completely revised and updated edition of the ultimate guide to film.

    Bossypants

    R99,00 R215,00
    Tina Fey is one of the world's greatest comic writers and performers. Bossy Pants is her first book.

    Studying The Devil's Backbone

    R29,00 R244,23
    "The Devil's Backbone" (2001) is a Gothic film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro ( "Pan's Labyrinth," 2006). The story centers on a ghost that haunts an isolated orphanage during the Spanish Civil War. "Studying The Devil's Backbone" explores the narrative of the film in relation to central concerns, such as genre, theme, iconography, representation, and film language. Through these elements, the volume reads the film's unique blend of literary Gothic, Western, and War film and the use of bombs, ghosts, and color as visual signifiers. It critiques the central characters and compares their representation of women, monsters, and political context against an examination of mise-en-scene, sound, and special effects. In addition, the author provides a critical biography of del Toro, an analysis of his auteurist traits, and an in-depth bibliography and filmography.

    Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's Learned

    R79,00 R500,00
    Lena Dunham, acclaimed writer-director-star of HBO and Sky Atlantic's 'Girls' and the award-winning movie 'Tiny Furniture', displays her unique powers of observation, wisdom and humour in this exceptional collection of essays.

    Yes, My Accent is Real: A Memoir

    R79,00
    A collection of humorous, autobiographical essays from Kunal Nayyar, the actor who plays Raj on CBS' #1 comedy, The Big Bang Theory

    Maggie Smith: A Biography

    R99,00
    The definitive biography of Maggie Smith, grande dame of stage and screen, and a national treasure; named best memoir at the Woman & Home Readers' Choice Awards and Book of the Week on BBC Radio 4.

    The Lady in the Van

    R310,00 R365,00
    Adapted for the screen by the author from his celebrated memoir, this book tells the true story of the relationship between Alan Bennett and the singular Miss Shepherd, a woman of uncertain origins who 'temporarily' parked her van in Bennett's London driveway and proceeded to live there for 15 years.

    Secrets of Screen Acting

    R225,00 R265,00
    Updated for a new decade of screen performance possibilities, this text is a magician's box of acting tricks for the contemporary performer. There are 50 acting exercises, which lead the reader step-by-step through the elements of effective screen acting.

    Television: A History in 100 Programmes

    R187,00 R220,00
    An entertaining and illuminating celebration of televisual history by cultural historian Phil Norman

    Prepare to Board!: Creating Story and Characters for Animated Features and Shorts

    R591,00 R695,00
    Successful storyboards and poignant characters have the power to make elusive thoughts and emotions tangible for audiences. This title adapts key techniques, tips and tricks of experienced character designers and storyboard artists with 30 years of experience to your film, television and animation projects.

    The Tim Burton Encyclopedia

    R1 483,00
    Tim Burton has been a major director for a quarter of a century, producing both cult classics and blockbuster films including Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, Ed Wood, Batman, Mars Attacks!, Sweeney Todd, Alice in Wonderland, and Dark Shadows. An A-Z list of all things Burton, including his live action films, his animated features, his shorts, his non-film work, and the collaborators who have helped manifest his unique perspective into memorable works of cinema. The book will highlight Burton s accomplishments as a visual artist with an uncompromised aesthetic, narrating the evolution of his creative practice from his earliest childhood drawings through his mature works."