Simon Ward is the author at The Art and Making of Independence Day: Resurgence. A writer of both fiction and non-fiction, specialising in cinema and graphic novels, his essays and articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Cinema: The Whole Story and 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.
Aliens: The Set Photography reveals a unique new perspective on the making of James Cameron's film, capturing the director, cast and crew as their bring the second action-packed instalment of the Alien saga to the big screen. Features brand-new insights and memories from Carrie Henn (Newt) and Jenette Goldstein (Private Vasquez).
Welcome to the jungle. The origin of one of cinema's most beloved and most fearsome monsters is explained in Kong: Skull Island. This official companion to the blockbuster movie features the breath-taking art, storyboards, designs, and set photos that conjure King Kong's world.
Archaeologists and historians have attempted to throw light on those lives and the author has drawn widely from their work, as well as his own, besides using the surviving historic fabric of the city, to create a book that will appeal to both resident and visitor.
Twenty years after the events of the first film, the international community recovers and builds up Earth's defenses using technology salvaged from remains of the alien forces. However, the aliens were able to send a distress signal before their final defeat, which results in anew task force of alien ships coming to Earth.
This is the story of the radical intervention carried out by the Thatcher administration in response to 1986-89 Monopolies and Mergers Commission inquiry into brewing. It describes the creation of big brewers, the official investigations into what many saw as an uncompetitive structure and the damaging consequences for consumers and licensees.
Enter the Labyrinth, if you dare! Explore a topsy-turvy castle, discover a strange upside-down city, escape from a black hole, or lose yourself in a mysterious mirror maze. The question is: will you ever find your way out?
A case study of Berlin to see how the city has responded to challenges to memory created by rapid changes in politics, economics, society, and the built environment, ultimately arguing that the recovery of the experience of time is central to the practices of an emergent memory culture in the contemporary city.
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