With November’s FART challenge upon us, we have compiled a list of six books that have been projected onto the big screen with extreme accuracy.
Tagged: Page to Screen
Would you rather read the “Harry Potter” books or watch their film counterparts? Or would you rather have a TV show instead?
HarperCollins, the publisher that brought us “Harry Potter Film Wizardry,” “Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey,” and, of course, the collector’s edition of “Page to Screen” (which includes eight tomes and comes in a collectible case), will publish “Harry Potter: The Creature Vault” on October 28, 2014.
Almost exactly a year ago, Harper Design released “Harry Potter Film Wizardry”, an interactive look at the making of the “Harry Potter” film adaptations. This week, they follow that success with “Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey” – a massive new book featuring lavish behind-the-scenes images and, surprisingly, intricate and masterful storytelling.