Mark Dawidziak – The Shawshank Redemption Revealed

A 25th anniversary history and celebration of The Shawshank Redemption, one of the most cherished American films of the late 20th century and one of the finest movies made from a Stephen King story. The movie not only boasts a great story, it has a great backstory, starting with the dollar deal that eventually led King and co-stars Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman to put their trust in a largely untested director making his first feature film.
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Mark Achtenberg – Get Your Hero up a Tree

Created for the college classroom, and intended for aspiring screenwriters, Mark Achtenbergs Get Your Hero up a Tree: How to Write a Movie (That Doesnt Stink) is a surprisingly refreshing and entertaining how-to audiobook that tackles the medium of film. A long-time educator and respected expert in the field, Achtenberg approaches his topic from a position of deep understanding, producing a guide that at times reads like a philosophical treatise but for the healthy dose of wit and humor throughout. Indispensable for serious students of film and screenwriting, this audiobook will also prove a pleasingly insightful listen for movie aficionados and enthusiasts alike.
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Rafe Beckley – Open Book Theater Management

In the world of Fringe (or off-off-Broadway) theatre, a strong debate has been raging for years – when you’re producing a low/no-budget production, how on earth can you make it happen and still treat everyone involved in an open, honest, and ethical manner? Where do you stand with profit-share productions when you can’t afford to pay Union minimums? Open Book Theatre Management, along with its resources of instructional budget spreadsheets, is the first audiobook ever to show you exactly how to mount a theatre production without losing either your integrity or your shirt. It is aimed at actors, directors, and producers in the early stages of their careers; drama schools; and further and higher educational establishments. The methodologies outlined in the audiobook are transferable across all countries in which arts funding is difficult to secure. The time for going to the establishment with the begging bowl is over. There need be no more excuses. The author will even show you how to start your own theatre company for only a tenner….
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Ingrid Rowland, Noah Charney – The Collector of Lives

Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574) was a man of many talents – a sculptor, painter, architect, writer, and scholar – but he is best known for Lives of the Artists, which singlehandedly established the canon of Italian Renaissance art. Before Vasari’s extraordinary book, art was considered a technical skill, and artists were mere decorators and craftsmen. It was through Vasari’s visionary writings that Raphael, Leonardo, and Michelangelo came to be regarded as great masters of life as well as art, their creative genius celebrated as a divine gift.
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James Carren – Photography: Beauty Photography

In this Beauty Photography audiobook, you will learn valuable tips and tricks on how to make your shoot flow more smoothly and what techniques you should use for this genre in particular. First, you must gain an understanding of what beauty photography is and its differences from the world of fashion. Then, the technical aspect is covered, as well as insights on how to make your shoot more successful by building a good relationship with your client.
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