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Authorised and fully illustrated insight into the life and career of the award-winning director, from his childhood film projects up to King Kong, together with Jackson's revealing personal account of his six-year quest to film The Lord of the Rings. Once, Peter Jackson was a name unknown to all but a small band of loyal fans and fellow film-makers. Now he is the newest member of Hollywood's elite fellowship, with his name on the most successful movie trilogy of all time.
Drawing upon interviews with fifty of Peter Jackson's colleagues and contemporaries, author Brian Sibley paints a portrait of a true auteur, a man gifted with single-minded determination and an artist's vision.
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Together, these joint narratives provide a truly unique and compelling insight into one of the finest cinematic minds at work today. Thanks for signing up! We've emailed you instructions for claiming your free e-book. Tell us more about what you like to read so we can send you the best offers and opportunities. By submitting your email address, you understand that you will receive email communications from Bookperk and other HarperCollins services. You may unsubscribe from these email communications at any time. To read e-books on the BookShout App , download it on: Bookshout App We have partnered with Bookshout and recommend using their app as a simple way to read our e-books.
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Written with Jackson's full participation, this extensive biography, illustrated with never-before-seen photos from Jackson's personal collection, te Once, Peter Jackson was a name unknown to all but a small band of loyal fans and fellow filmmakers. Written with Jackson's full participation, this extensive biography, illustrated with never-before-seen photos from Jackson's personal collection, tells the inside story of how a New Zealander became Hollywood's hottest property—from the early cult classics, through Academy Award-winning success with Kate Winslet's Heavenly Creatures , the abandoned King Kong remake, and the filming of The Lord of the Rings— a project which was abandoned two years into pre-production, rejected by most of the other studios, and then picked up by New Line Cinema in the biggest gamble in film history.
Jackson himself is both revealing and insightful about his entire filmmaking life, from his first childhood steps filming in Super 8 to the grand realisation of his life's dream: Together, these joint narratives provide a truly unique and compelling insight into one of the finest cinematic minds at work today. Hardcover , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Peter Jackson , please sign up. Would this be appropriate for a bright 11 year old interested in the film industry?
See 1 question about Peter Jackson…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. May 26, Kerri Duff rated it it was amazing. I found this absolutely fascinating. From Peter Jackson's childhood, all the way through to the early stages of The Lovely Bones a film I personally really enjoyed and connected with , I found every page of this book interesting, informative and readable.
There are lots of photos which is great, especially when discussing film.
Peter Jackson: A Film-Maker's Journey
The book is well written and very enjoyable. I'm very pleased to have stumbled across this. Nov 10, Charlotte Jones rated it it was amazing. Biography, and autobiography for that matter, is a genre that I have not often ventured into but in this case, I am so glad I picked this up. The Lord of the Rings film trilogy have long been some of my favourite films and Peter Jackson has always been a fascinating director.
This book explores Peter's life, concentrating mostly on his film-making path and how he came to be where he is today, and includes many direct quotes from various interviews conducted by Sibley himself. The book ends in bet Biography, and autobiography for that matter, is a genre that I have not often ventured into but in this case, I am so glad I picked this up. The book ends in between King Kong and The Lovely Bones but the level of detail that is described with regards to The Lord of the Rings, as well as his earlier films, is intriguing and something that I would recommend to any LotR fan or anyone who is interested in film or creative industries in general.
I have never been so gripped by what is essentially the story of a person's life; I knew the outcome, I knew that The Lord of the Rings and King Kong were eventually made and to great success, but somehow I was, at points, on the edge of my seat and completely invested in the story that Sibley set out.
The only downfall I think some people could perceive in this book is that it is a little preachy in that it does portray Peter Jackson as a perfect director and film-lover, but I can not dispute anything that was said within these pages and I wholly admire the inspiration that is Peter Jackson. This has spurred me on to definitely read more The Lord of the Rings related non-fiction this year and I would highly recommend it to everyone. Nov 27, Peter Millett rated it it was amazing. Inspiring book for all budding writers.
The first half is all about overcoming gigantic odds, lack of artistic support, lack of funding - and ridiculous interference from inefficient governing bodies. How he ever got his career off the ground I will never know. Pete's Mission Impossible assignment was achieved - but only just. My favourite celeb bio of all time.
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A Film-maker's Journey" I immediately ordered the book as well as the Kindle edition. I don't have the book yet, so here I'll just share some notes about the Kindle version. In this book, Brian Sibley shares with us a great wealth of tales of Peter Jackson's adventures in learning how to make movies, starting with his relatively early childhood. There are also copious photographs depicting so much of this adventure. One of the fun surprises for me is the great resemblance between young Fran Walsh and her daughter Katie Jackson; both are remarkably pretty and distinctively so.
And if you've watched all those special features, you'll likely recognize Brian Sibley as one of the folks who offers a lot of comments about the making of the film.
Sibley is more than an accomplished writer of books about films; he's family, a distant cousin to Fran Walsh. From all those works and lots of interviews and other presentations hither and yon , I was familiar with the general outline of the events of Jackson's career, but I was delighted with the additional stories, new detail, and great insight in this book.
The book is authorized by Peter Jackson and in fact about half the narrative and explanation is direct quotes from PJ himself. I'm intentionally avoiding too much detail here because if you enjoy this sort of thing, you will want to read it for yourself. Suffice it to say that the book fills in a lot of blanks in the story, explains a heck of a lot more about how and why things came to be, and what decisions Jackson had to make along the way. Sibley is masterful at including the important parts of the story about the stories while leaving out any unnecessary personal details that might otherwise invade the privacy of the very private Jackson family.
There's one interesting oddity, at least in the Kindle edition; Quite often the text switches without warning from Brian Sibley as the speaker to Peter Jackson. I can usually tell immediately form the context whose words I am reading. If it's in the first-person and not other wise attributed, it's almost certainly a quote from Peter Jackson. Third person, it's Sibley. Of all the wonderful stories in this book, the one that touched me the most was the role that Peter Jackson's parents played in his career.
Now I really understand why.