Uncredited - Hardcover
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“I had felt for some time that the audience involvement with the film should really begin with the very first frame." - Saul Bass
- Uncredited: Graphic Design and Opening Titles in Movies.
- Uncredited examines how opening sequences in films, classic and contemporary, act as hooks to draw the viewer into the film, showing frame by frame how graphics, type and animation are used to create atmosphere, set the tone, and lend impact to movies.
- Chapters include Casting Titles on to Film, Titles as Logos, Textures, and Concepts, as well as chapters focusing on specific title designers, including Maurice Binder, who was responsible for Dr. No and the brand image for every 007 film since 1962.
- From Hitchcock and Godard to Tarantino, Luc Besson, and Tim Burton, this large-format coffee-table book finally illuminates the critical role designers play in filmmaking and gives credit to those that often go uncredited.
- Includes DVD.
Published: June 2014
Size (cm): 31 x 26 x 3.5
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