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Girls Make Movies

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Make your own movie from start to finish with this entertaining, practical choose-your-path nonfiction guide to the world of filmmaking, from the critically acclaimed author of The Lady from the Black Lagoon

Girls belong in the world of filmmaking. While we see them acting on-screen, there are also countless women working every single job possible behind the scenes as part of the film's crew. Are you a girl who is interested in film making? Do you wonder how you actually make a movie? Well, this is the book for you.
 
Girls Make Movies puts you in the driver’s seat as you create a fictitious zombie blockbuster and are guided through each stage of production and learn about the processes, techniques, and people involved in making a Hollywood hit. Luckily, every path through this nonfiction book results in the film being made, but you will be asked to make choices that will affect the outcome of the movie. Will you shoot on location or on a studio lot? Use practical or special effects? Hire a greensperson or a someone to do pyrotechnics? The choices are up to you!

Mallory O’Meara has been working in the film industry since she was twenty-three and is the LA Times bestselling author of The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick. Her book won the 2019 SCIBA Award for Best Biography and was a SoCal Indie bestseller.

Jen Vaughn is a cartoonist and narrative designer for video games and table-top role-playing games. Her past comics include Goosebumps: Download and Die, Avery Fatbottom: Renaissance Fair Detective, and more. Her narrative design work includes Transformers: Heavy Metal, Plants Vs. Zombies: Heroes, and Nicki Minaj: the Empire, and various titles at Onyx Path Publishing. Every other week, find Jen befriending monsters on the family-friendly podcast, d20 Dames, and running Fiasco games on Roll20s Twitch channel. In her free time, she enjoys creating physical puzzles to befuddle her friends and work on her balcony garden with cat, Hemlock, like a good druid.

Title: Girls Make Movies: A Follow-Your-Own-Path Guide for Aspiring Young Filmmakers

Format: Hardcover

Product dimensions: 144 pages, 10" H x 8" W

Shipping dimensions: 144 pages, 10" H x 8" W

Published: May 23, 2023

Publisher: Running Press Kids

Language: English

ISBN: 9780762478989


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Girls Make Movies

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