Free on the cover of the sadly short lived Science Fiction World with a lot of reviews by us inside.
Pocket Essential Hong Kong’s Heroic Bloodshed. We added a number of entries in this tome.
The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy [3 volumes]: Themes, Works, and Wonders. The combined effort of some 150 expert contributors-including Richard Bleiler, John Clute, Ian Nichols, and Darrell Schweitzer-this encyclopedia discusses pervasive themes in science fiction and fantasy and gives detailed attention to selected novels, films, and television series. The first two volumes provide 400 alphabetically arranged entries on individual themes, while the last volume includes alphabetically arranged entries on 200 particular works.
We provided some of the analysed works in this big, three volume work.
The 2009 edition also includes a special focus on the 2004 expansion of the European Union and the development of cinema in the Union’s ten new member countries: Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. The guide also includes detailed breakdowns of international box office statistics and film festival award-winners.
We contributed an article about one of the guide’s directors of the year: Hayao Miyazaki
The International Film Guide 2010 will interest industry veterans, filmmakers, cinema enthusiasts, and the casual theatergoer. It summarizes all the major festivals and film markets, and in addition to popular core features, the 2010 edition includes a special section on prominent figures and powerbrokers.
We contributed an article about one of the guide’s directors of the year: Park Chan Wook
You will not come across a more essential cinematic coffee table tome than this, gorgeously illustrated throughout, it’s a work of looking and reading. Our chapters here are on three of his wonderful classic feature films The Circus (1928), City Lights (1931) and Modern Times (1936)
“Bond, James Bond.” Since Sean Connery uttered those immortal words in 1962, the most dashing secret agent in the history of cinema has been charming and thrilling audiences worldwide.
This impeccably British character created by author Ian Fleming has starred in 23 EON-produced films, played by 6 different actors over five decades.
To celebrate 50 years of this innovative franchise, EON Productions opened their archives of photos, designs, storyboards, and production materials to editor Paul Duncan, who spent two years researching over one million images and 100 filing cabinets of documentation.
We contributed to this book – the chapter on Moonraker