From Word to Image: Storyboarding and the Filmmaking Process
This complete guide to the pre-production visualization process, from breaking down the script to creating film frame drawings that collaborators can understand, is ideal for writers, directors, multimedia creators or other narrative-oriented filmmakers who want to know how to translate their stories into a series of meaningful images. Illustrations.
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