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Description from publisher:
Not just another film guide; this is a visual road map to the best cinema has to offer. A comprehensive, fun to browse, and easy-to-use source for everything you need to know about movies and the people behind them.

From Hollywood to Bollywood, the unique approach will explore every aspect of film and provide pointers on how to watch and understand films of different types, styles, and periods.

It covers the history of film, from celluloid to the virtual world of digital FXProfiles the most important historical and contemporary directors, actors, producers, studios, and more.

Highlights include the top 100 movies, an extensive trivia section, and details on the principles behind film making styles, from sci-fi to romantic comedy.

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