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    Where's Stig: The World Tour

    R101,00 R115,00
    The Stig, "Top Gear's" resident tame racing driver, has gone global, hitting the tarmac with nothing but an Esperanto language CD and a pet passport to his name. But this time, he's in miniature...

    Cinematic Shakespeare

    Cinematic Shakespeare takes the reader inside the making of a number of significant adaptations to illustrate how cinema transforms and re-imagines the dramatic form and style central to Shakespeare's imagination.

    Television Aesthetics and Style

    R442,00 R520,00

    The Fry Chronicles

    R179,00 R205,00
    Spanning 1979-1987, this title charts the author's arrival at Cambridge up to his thirtieth birthday.

    Blood, Sweat and Bond: Behind the Scenes of Spectre (Curated by Rankin)

    R420,00 R480,00
    Taking you from script to screen, this title is an ensemble of exclusive photography and cast and crew interviews. It is the preview of Bond film's cast, crew and locations.

    Introduction to Film Studies

    R676,00 R795,00

    The World of Austin Powers

    R339,00 R399,00
    This Austin Powers companion ties in with the third Austin Powers film. It includes: photographs from all three films, concept artwork of gadgets and the Shag Pad, cross-sections of Dr Evil's underground lair, cut-aways of their vehicles and weapons, and dress-up Austin and Felicity paper dolls.

    Pocket Bowie: Inspirational Words from a Rock Legend

    R144,00 R169,00
    Genre-hopping, gender-bending: Bowie has never been afraid to push the boundaries.

    Alfred Hitchcock

    R179,00 R205,00
    Alfred Hitchcock was a strange child. Afraid to leave his bedroom, he would plan great voyages, using railway timetables to plot an exact imaginary route across Europe. So how did this fearful figure become the one of the most respected film directors of the twentieth century? This book answers this question.

    Set Phasers to Stun: 50 Years of Star Trek

    R293,00 R345,00
    Markus Berkmann's one-stop shop for all things Star Trek, published to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of one of the most iconic sci-fi series of all time.

    The Lady in the Van

    R310,00 R365,00
    Adapted for the screen by the author from his celebrated memoir, this book tells the true story of the relationship between Alan Bennett and the singular Miss Shepherd, a woman of uncertain origins who 'temporarily' parked her van in Bennett's London driveway and proceeded to live there for 15 years.

    A Kim Jong-Il Production: Kidnap. Torture. Murder. Making Movies North Korean Style

    R201,00 R230,00
    Madame Choi, South Korea's most famous actress, is lured to Hong Kong, drugged and smuggled out on a ship. When her ex-husband, Shin Sang-Ok, Korea's most acclaimed director, goes to look for her, he vanishes too. The pair wake to find themselves in North Korea. There they are imprisoned, tortured and brainwashed.


    Between 2009 and 2012, the Gordon Institute for the performing and creative arts in Cape Town held the Great texts/Big questions public lecture series which became a celebrated part of Cape Town's cultural landscape, demonstrating current intellectual and creative thinking in South Africa.

    Al Pacino

    R136,00 R160,00
    American cinema, as we've known it since "The Godfather", would be impossible to reimagine without Al Pacino. As Michael Corleone, he breathes life into an American of epic dimension. This visual biography of the cinema star features portraits, colorful posters and lobby cards, rare film stills, and photos showing the star as he really is.


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