– From Edward Scissorhands to Alice in Wonderland, Tim Burton has succeeded in creating a body of work that is both extraordinarily eccentric, inventive and personal, and extremely popular – Supported by interviews with the filmmaker, anecdotes and in-depth research, this monograph reveals the keys to Burton’s unique world, film by film – The author, major film critic Antoine de Baecque, takes the reader behind the scenes of Burton’s work, from his first films as a passionate adolescent to his most recent Hollywood blockbusters – Magnificently illustrated with film stills and set photographs, this book also presents a selection of Tim Burton’s drawings – A living account of a major figure in American cinema that will delight fans and critics alike – Includes a complete filmography
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