Shoot Like Tarantino: The Visual Secrets Of Dangerous Storytelling by Christopher KenworthyShoot Like Tarantino: The Visual Secrets Of Dangerous Storytelling by Christopher Kenworthy

Shoot Like Tarantino: The Visual Secrets Of Dangerous Storytelling

byChristopher Kenworthy

Paperback | August 1, 2015

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Want your film to sizzle with danger? Then learn from the master of tension and action. Using Tar-antino's secret tricks for creating conflict, keeping dialogue taut, and letting all hell break loose, you will enhance your own shooting style. Whatever your budget, get the action pumping with the camera setups and moves revealed in this dynamic book. Quentin Tarantino is a master of tension, suspense, shocking moments, dazzling dialogue, and off-beat humor. This book shows you why the best moments in his films work so well, and how you can use these ideas to enhance your own filmic style and stun your audience.
Title:Shoot Like Tarantino: The Visual Secrets Of Dangerous StorytellingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.68 inPublished:August 1, 2015Publisher:Michael Wiese ProductionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1615932259

ISBN - 13:9781615932252

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Table of Contents

Introduction How to Use This Book Chapter 1 - Raising Tension: Inglourious Basterds Chapter 2 - Subtle Conflict: Jackie Brown Chapter 3 - Anticipation: Inglourious Basterds Chapter 4 - Unbearable Tension: Inglourious Basterds Chapter 5 - Minimal Cuts: Django Unchained Chapter 6 - Impending Violence: Django Unchained Chapter 7 - Deliberate Anticlimax: Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Chapter 8 - Breaking Normality: Pulp Fiction Chapter 9 - Controlling Space: Pulp Fiction Chapter 10 - Group Conversations: Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Chapter 11 - Losing Control: Reservoir Dogs Conclusion About the Author