James Cameron's Titanic
By James Cameron (Foreword by)
(Harper Design, Paperback, 9780062119384, 178pp.)
Publication Date: March 2012
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When James Camerons film Titanic first sailed across the silver screen in 1997, audiences were amazed by its groundbreaking visual effects, cinematography, and heart-wrenching love story. Now, nearly fifteen years later, Titanic has remained one of the most critically acclaimed and highest-grossing motion picture epics of all time, becoming a cultural phenomenon.
In this updated edition of the New York Times bestseller, discover everything youve always wanted to know about Titanic, from the actual construction of the ship of dreams to the casting of Jack and Rose, one of the most memorable film couples in Hollywood history. Featuring an in-depth new foreword by James Cameron that details the personal impact Titanic had on his life and career as a filmmaker and never-before-seen photographsplus a removable, double-sided posterthis collectors edition is the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at one of the most beloved movies of all time.
Ed W. Marsh is an independent filmmaker and writer whose behind-the-scene credits include "Independence Day", "Terminator 2: Judgment Day", "Stargate", "Godzilla", and "The Abyss". A professed "titanophile," Marsh began documenting this project months before principle photography began.
Douglas Kirkland has spent more than thirty years intimately documenting the lives and happenings of Hollywood in pictures. His award-winning coverage is unique for its "you are there" presence and provides a sensitive in-depth look at the cast, crew, costumes, sets, special effects, and more.