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Behind the Scenes by Joseph J. Allen

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Title: Behind the Scenes
Author: Joseph J. Allen
Genre: Nonfiction, Business

Series: Standalone
Publisher: eBooks2go
Publication Date: November 20, 2020

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The movies are a fascinating concept. Despite the long list of names in the credits, you don’t realize just how much effort and work is put into a single movie, TV show, or commercial by an enormous team. Behind the Scenes by Joseph J. Allen gives a good example of that.

This book is catered to freelancers who want to get their foot in the door to the film industry. It’s a short read, under 100 pages, and there is some great information included such as discussing safety on set, terminology, equipment used, and more.

However, the information felt rushed. Readers will learn a lot from this book but the short length didn’t give me much time to process it, going from one chapter to the next.

If you’re interested in the film industry, then give this book a short – you will get something out of it. Just remember that this book is best suited for beginners.

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Behind the Scenes: How to Survive in the Movie Business as a Freelance Film Technician by Joseph J. Allen is a good start to get your foot in the door and learn some tricks about the movie industry.


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