Illustrator Kim Smith recreates Spielberg’s 1982 masterpiece in this wonderful new storybook from Quirk Books and achieves an almost impossible task with great style, charm and humour.
In this new book, author Julian Rice takes an in-depth analytical look at A.I. Artificial Intelligence and how it reflects the voices of its core creators, directors Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg.
When a fifth Indiana Jones film was announced by Disney, there were groans from fans who feared a repeat of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. But cinema needs Indy and in this blog, I explain why.
Legendary film critic Molly Haskell explores Spielberg’s life and career in a anticipated book that promises re-evaluation and fresh insight, but delivers disappointingly little of it.
I look back at a personal recollection of The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and remember how a Velociraptor pencil tin marked a change in who I was as a person.
Author James Kendrick battles common misconceptions about Spielberg’s film-making with great success in this revealing and brilliantly argued analytical work.
I get in the time machine and look back to 1993 and the release of Jurassic Park, which helped shape my life-long love affair with cinema as a whole and the work of Steven Spielberg in particular.
La La Land Records continues its incredible recent streak of Spielberg/Williams score releases with an expanded edition of A.I., which further uncovers the film’s beauty.