From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives (2020)

From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives Mark Cotta Vaz Shinji Hata From Star Wars to Indiana Jones The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives George Lucas has produced some of the most popular movies ever including the classic Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies Thanks to Lucas s foresight and the dedication of Lucasfilm archivists the
  • Title: From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives
  • Author: Mark Cotta Vaz Shinji Hata
  • ISBN: 9780811809726
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives Mark Cotta Vaz Shinji Hata George Lucas has produced some of the most popular movies ever, including the classic Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies Thanks to Lucas s foresight and the dedication of Lucasfilm archivists, the artifacts used in the making of his films have been painstakingly preserved From Star Wars to Indiana Jones presents some of the best of Lucasfilm s enduring creationsGeorge Lucas has produced some of the most popular movies ever, including the classic Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies Thanks to Lucas s foresight and the dedication of Lucasfilm archivists, the artifacts used in the making of his films have been painstakingly preserved From Star Wars to Indiana Jones presents some of the best of Lucasfilm s enduring creations, from Yoda and R2 D2 to the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail Now readers everywhere can take a tour of the marvelous world of the Lucasfilm Archives, with its incredible collection of costumes, props, puppets, models, and matte paintings used in the making of both the Star Wars and Indiana Jones movies Veterans of the legendary first Industrial Light Magic effects team that created Star Wars share their secrets, along with an astonishing array of behind the scenes production illustrations, storyboards, and prototypes many appearing for the first time in book form all accompanied by a lively text that tells the fascinating stories behind the art of movie making Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of full color photographs and illustrations, this treasury captures the remarkable imagery, as well as the wonder, of the Lucasfilm universe in an essential acquisition for countless fans the world over.To the Official Star Wars Web SiteCheck out other Star Wars titles published by Chronicle Books
From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives Mark Cotta Vaz Shinji Hata

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One thought on “From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives

  1. Parka

    More pictures at parkablogs Here s a book for all those Star Wars and Indiana Jones fans This book showcases the models, creatures, props, costumes, matte paintings and art used for the movies, the Star Wars prequels and the three Indiana Jones.There s not a lot of writeup but they are always interesting to read It s a great look behind the scenes are all the props used during filming Sometimes the models are miniatures, sometimes they are life size, like Jabba the Hutt There are a lot of close [...]

  2. Dennis Lynch

    Released in 1994, this covers SW IV V VI and IJ I II III Beautifully illustrated with storyboards, production art, matte paintings and photos of props, miniatures and sets Many detailed images that were new to me.

  3. Andrew Ives

    This book is a game of two halves Star Wars Indiana Jones The first half, as one might expect is the interesting half, with a brief story of how George Lucas started out, details of what were state of the art cinema techniques and out of this world props models There isn t much text, but the pictures are very good.The second half is similar in style, only I ve never much liked Indiana Jones, haven t seen any of the films fully, so props like a whip, a pocket watch, an old diary, are not in the s [...]

  4. RumBelle

    This was an amazing look inside one of the most prolific, and imaginative, movie companies of all time The book detailed many of the artifacts we know and love that have been preserved from George Lucas s most loved movies.

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