The Little Prince: The Art of the Movie

The Little Prince The Art of the Movie The art of Antoine de Saint Exup ry s iconic masterpiece The Little Prince has been celebrated around the world for over seventy years Now Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne has brought the first

  • Title: The Little Prince: The Art of the Movie
  • Author: Ramin Zahed
  • ISBN: 9781783299775
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The art of Antoine de Saint Exup ry s iconic masterpiece, The Little Prince, has been celebrated around the world for over seventy years Now, Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne has brought the first ever animated feature film adaptation of the children s classic to screen, with voice talent that includes Marion Cotillard, James Franco, Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams and BeThe art of Antoine de Saint Exup ry s iconic masterpiece, The Little Prince, has been celebrated around the world for over seventy years Now, Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne has brought the first ever animated feature film adaptation of the children s classic to screen, with voice talent that includes Marion Cotillard, James Franco, Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams and Benicio del Toro This fresh take on a legendary tale blends intricate stop motion animation with carefully crafted CGI to bring a whole new story to life that of a little girl forced to grow up too fast in a world that has its priorities backwards That is, until she meets the Aviator from Saint Exup ry s story and is drawn into the rich, vibrant world of the Little Prince Packed with never before seen designs and plenty of behind the scenes secrets, The Art of The Little Prince captures the breathtaking magic of the movie With hundreds of stunning images, this book gives fans an all access pass to The Little Prince see how the visuals develop from page to screen, enjoy fascinating insights into the creative process and watch an incredible story unfold through its production art.

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    1. I love The Little Prince. It's so simple, yet so deep, and has so many good quotes. I also enjoyed the movie and how they took the story and encompassed it in another story. So it was fun to read this book about how the movie came to be, from look and animation. I enjoy making of and art of books and this one was no exception. A must read if you've seen the movie and like art.

    2. A lovingly told, elegantly compiled story of the production process behind the recent film adaptation of The Little Prince. I didn't expect to read it from cover to cover in one sitting, but the full-page illustrations and extensive behind-the-scenes glimpses made it irresistible. Gathered here are tales from set; quotes from the director, artists, and production designers; descriptions of the work that went into creating pivotal scenes in the film; concept art and storyboards; and much more. Th [...]

    3. I never know what to rate books like this. The actual Le Petit Prince is one of my all time favorite books, and I have more than a little trepidation at the idea of movie adaptation. But there's excitement, too, of course, if the film can remotely do it justice. This was a nice book of drawings, both the initial ideas and the sketches those spawned and then some final artwork. I feel like I would probably appreciate it more after seeing the film. There are some things I'm not sure about (like th [...]

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