Harry Potter: Imagining Hogwarts: A Beginner’s Guide to Moviemaking
By Bryan Michael Stoller
Imagining Hogwarts is a fun, practical guide to making your very own movie set at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. With guided activities on every aspect of moviemaking, from creating your own storyboard to making costumes and even postproduction, this book will teach you how to create your movie masterpiece step-by-step. Stickers, posters, and other removable extras packed inside will help you set the stage and craft the wizarding world movie of your dreams.
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