Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey: An American Heritage
In 2009, Avatar, a 3-D movie directed by James Cameron, became the most successful motion picture of all time, a technological breakthrough that has grossed more than $2.5 billion worldwide. Its seamless computer-generated imagery and live action stereo photography effectively defined the importance of 3-D to the future of cinema, as well as all other currently evolving digital displays. Though stereoscopic cinema began in the early nineteenth century and exploded in the 1950s in Hollywood, its present status as an enduring genre was confirmed by Avatar's success.
3-D Revolution: The History of Modern Stereoscopic Cinema traces the rise of modern 3-D technology from Arch Oboler's Bwana Devil (1952), which launched the 50s 3-D boom in Hollywood, to the rapidly-modernizing 3-D industry today. Ray Zone takes a comprehensive approach that not only examines the technology of the films, but also investigates the business, culture, and art of their production. Influencing new generations of filmmakers for decades, the evolution of 3-D cinema technology continues to fill our theaters with summer blockbusters and holiday megahits.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Philip100 - LibraryThing
I found Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey to be an enjoyable and informative book. It corrected a few misconceptions I had about the history of Bourbon whiskey. Every drinker of Bourbon should buy this book,because for newbie or old hand there are things to learn. Read full review
1 Farmer Distillers and the Whiskey Rebellion
2 The Origin of Bourbon Whiskey
3 The Industirial Revolution and the Distilling Industry
4 Distillers and Rectifiers
5 Taxation and Regulation
6 Prohibition and the Bourbon Industry
7 The End of Prohibition and the Second World War