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Jada Fast & Furious 1995 Mitsubishi 1:24
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Die-Cast, Freilauf, zu öffnende Türen, Kofferraum und Motorhaube, 1:24, WB, grün

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Jada Fast & Furious 1995 Mitsubishi 1:24
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Die-Cast, Freilauf, zu öffnende Türen, Kofferraum und Motorhaube, 1:24, WB, grün

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Jada Fast & Furious 1995 Toyota Supra 1:24
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Die-Cast, Freilauf, zu öffnende Türen, Kofferraum und Motorhaube, 1:24, WB, orange

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Jada Fast & Furious 1995 Toyota Supra 1:24
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Die-Cast, Freilauf, zu öffnende Türen, Kofferraum und Motorhaube, 1:24, WB, orange

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One for the Trouble: Book Slam, Volume One , Hö...
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One for the Trouble: Book Slam, Volume One is the first release from the UK’s premier literary event. Eighteen Book Slam alumni, from household names like Irvine Welsh and William Boyd to newcomers like Kate Tempest and Sophie Woolley, were approached to take a song title for inspiration for a new short story or poem. Some took this literally (Jon McGregor’s moving reimagining of A House’s 'Endless Art', for example); others suggestively (who’d have thought Grandmaster Flash's 'The Message' would have lead Paul Murray to a heartbreaking tale of schoolboy rugby?). The resulting collection is unique, diverse, and thoroughly entertaining. With most contributions read by the authors’ themselves, others by some of our best-loved actors, One for the Trouble provides a perfect snapshot of the very best contemporary British writing, including: 1. 'Grave Architecture' (Pavement, 1995) by Richard Milward (read by author) 2. 'New Gold Dream' (Simple Minds, 1982 )by Hari Kunzru (read by author) 3. 'New Dawn Fades' (Joy Division, 1979) by Simon Armitage (read by author) 4. 'Comeback Girl' (Republic of Loose, 2005) by Irvine Welsh (read by Andrew Scott) 5. 'I'm Going Slightly Mad' (Queen, 1991) by Bernardine Evaristo (read by author) 6. 'The Bed's Too Big Without You' (Sheila Hylton, 1981) by Kate Tempest (read by author) 7. 'When I'm Sixty-Four' (The Beatles, 1967) by Joe Dunthorne (read by author) 8. 'Tears of a Clown' (Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, 1967) by William Boyd (read by Olivia Colman) 9. 'The Message' (Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, 1982) by Paul Murray (read by Chris O’Dowd) 10. 'Ascension' (John Coltrane, 1966) by Roger Robinson (read by author) 11. 'Violet Stars Happy Hunting!' (Janelle Monáe, 2007) by Helen Oyeyemi (read by author) 12. 'I Read My Sentence…' (Radka Toneff, 1986) by Don Paterson (read by author) 13. 'Let Me Entertain 1. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Milward, Hari Kunzru, Simon Armitage, Andrew Scott, Bernardine Evaristo, Kate Tempest, Joe Dunthorne, Olivia Coleman, Chris O'Dowd, Roger Robinson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bslm/000001/bk_bslm_000001_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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12 DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES - A FILMMAKER'S...
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No-budget feature filmmaker Rick Schmidt has written a fascinating memoir, TWELVE DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES, which, he hopes, will “fill in the blanks” on how he learned the tools of the trade and shared them in his seminal how-to, Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices (Viking Penguin, 1988, 1995, 2000). Schmidt’s outside the box approach has resulted in the launch of countless moviemaking careers, for those who put his ideas into practice. Some notables include writer/director and action-star Vin Diesel (THE FAST AND FURIOUS, PITCH BLACK, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY), Edward Sanchez (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT), Tom DeCillo (LIVING IN OBLIVION), and Academy Award™ winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond who declared, "I wish I could have had this book thirty-five years ago, before I made my first low-budget features.” Writer/Director Kevin Smith (CLERKS, CHASING AMY), in his online speech for Schmidt’s Lifetime Achievement Award, bestowed at Rome international film Festival, helps to explain the book’s appeal: https://vimeo.com/161243386. But Schmidt’s path to filmmaking was anything but smooth or easy. After his first marriage fails, his artworks, like the large cast aluminum and painted kinetic piece entitled, “I Can’t Get it Up For You," reflected his personal life and kick-started a narrative that continued into moviemaking. His transition to filmmaking occurred in 1970 when California author (“Ghosts”) and videographer Phillip Makanna, invited him, along with Schmidt’s future roommate/collaborator Wayne Wang (JOY LUCK CLUB), writer/director William Farley (OF MEN AND ANGELS), actor/producer Willie Boy Walker (THE FIFTH WALL). others, to take his video class. Using the new Sony Porta-Pac video camera, Schmidt did work that gained attention. Don't miss chapters on Schmidt's eight-day cross-country hitchhike trip, Joe's Sandwiches, or his struggle to produce SHOWBOAT 1988-THE REMAKE. Ironies abound, in this touching and informative indie page-turner.

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12 DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES - A FILMMAKER'S...
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No-budget feature filmmaker Rick Schmidt has written a fascinating memoir, TWELVE DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES, which, he hopes, will “fill in the blanks” on how he learned the tools of the trade and shared them in his seminal how-to, Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices (Viking Penguin, 1988, 1995, 2000). Schmidt’s outside the box approach has resulted in the launch of countless moviemaking careers, for those who put his ideas into practice. Some notables include writer/director and action-star Vin Diesel (THE FAST AND FURIOUS, PITCH BLACK, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY), Edward Sanchez (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT), Tom DeCillo (LIVING IN OBLIVION), and Academy Award™ winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond who declared, "I wish I could have had this book thirty-five years ago, before I made my first low-budget features.” Writer/Director Kevin Smith (CLERKS, CHASING AMY), in his online speech for Schmidt’s Lifetime Achievement Award, bestowed at Rome international film Festival, helps to explain the book’s appeal: https://vimeo.com/161243386. But Schmidt’s path to filmmaking was anything but smooth or easy. After his first marriage fails, his artworks, like the large cast aluminum and painted kinetic piece entitled, “I Can’t Get it Up For You," reflected his personal life and kick-started a narrative that continued into moviemaking. His transition to filmmaking occurred in 1970 when California author (“Ghosts”) and videographer Phillip Makanna, invited him, along with Schmidt’s future roommate/collaborator Wayne Wang (JOY LUCK CLUB), writer/director William Farley (OF MEN AND ANGELS), actor/producer Willie Boy Walker (THE FIFTH WALL). others, to take his video class. Using the new Sony Porta-Pac video camera, Schmidt did work that gained attention. Don't miss chapters on Schmidt's eight-day cross-country hitchhike trip, Joe's Sandwiches, or his struggle to produce SHOWBOAT 1988-THE REMAKE. Ironies abound, in this touching and informative indie page-turner.

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12 DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES – A FILMMAKER'S...
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No-budget feature filmmaker Rick Schmidt has written a fascinating memoir, TWELVE DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES, which, he hopes, will “fill in the blanks” on how he learned the tools of the trade and shared them in his seminal how-to, Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices (Viking Penguin, 1988, 1995, 2000). Schmidt’s outside the box approach has resulted in the launch of countless moviemaking careers, for those who put his ideas into practice. Some notables include writer/director and action-star Vin Diesel (THE FAST AND FURIOUS, PITCH BLACK, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY), Edward Sanchez (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT), Tom DeCillo (LIVING IN OBLIVION), and Academy Award™ winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond who declared, "I wish I could have had this book thirty-five years ago, before I made my first low-budget features.” Writer/Director Kevin Smith (CLERKS, CHASING AMY), in his online speech for Schmidt’s Lifetime Achievement Award, bestowed at Rome international film Festival, helps to explain the book’s appeal: https://vimeo.com/161243386. But Schmidt’s path to filmmaking was anything but smooth or easy. After his first marriage fails, his artworks, like the large cast aluminum and painted kinetic piece entitled, “I Can’t Get it Up For You," reflected his personal life and kick-started a narrative that continued into moviemaking. His transition to filmmaking occurred in 1970 when California author (“Ghosts”) and videographer Phillip Makanna, invited him, along with Schmidt’s future roommate/collaborator Wayne Wang (JOY LUCK CLUB), writer/director William Farley (OF MEN AND ANGELS), actor/producer Willie Boy Walker (THE FIFTH WALL). others, to take his video class. Using the new Sony Porta-Pac video camera, Schmidt did work that gained attention. Don't miss chapters on Schmidt's eight-day cross-country hitchhike trip, Joe's Sandwiches, or his struggle to produce SHOWBOAT 1988-THE REMAKE. Ironies abound, in this touching and informative indie page-turner.

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12 DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES - A FILMMAKER'S...
16,94 € *
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No-budget feature filmmaker Rick Schmidt has written a fascinating memoir, TWELVE DEAD FROGS AND OTHER STORIES, which, he hopes, will “fill in the blanks” on how he learned the tools of the trade and shared them in his seminal how-to, Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices (Viking Penguin, 1988, 1995, 2000). Schmidt’s outside the box approach has resulted in the launch of countless moviemaking careers, for those who put his ideas into practice. Some notables include writer/director and action-star Vin Diesel (THE FAST AND FURIOUS, PITCH BLACK, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY), Edward Sanchez (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT), Tom DeCillo (LIVING IN OBLIVION), and Academy Award™ winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond who declared, "I wish I could have had this book thirty-five years ago, before I made my first low-budget features.” Writer/Director Kevin Smith (CLERKS, CHASING AMY), in his online speech for Schmidt’s Lifetime Achievement Award, bestowed at Rome international film Festival, helps to explain the book’s appeal: https://vimeo.com/161243386. But Schmidt’s path to filmmaking was anything but smooth or easy. After his first marriage fails, his artworks, like the large cast aluminum and painted kinetic piece entitled, “I Can’t Get it Up For You," reflected his personal life and kick-started a narrative that continued into moviemaking. His transition to filmmaking occurred in 1970 when California author (“Ghosts”) and videographer Phillip Makanna, invited him, along with Schmidt’s future roommate/collaborator Wayne Wang (JOY LUCK CLUB), writer/director William Farley (OF MEN AND ANGELS), actor/producer Willie Boy Walker (THE FIFTH WALL). others, to take his video class. Using the new Sony Porta-Pac video camera, Schmidt did work that gained attention. Don't miss chapters on Schmidt's eight-day cross-country hitchhike trip, Joe's Sandwiches, or his struggle to produce SHOWBOAT 1988-THE REMAKE. Ironies abound, in this touching and informative indie page-turner.

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Stand: 31.10.2020
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