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The ultimate limited edition, Star Wars: Frames brings together master filmmaker George Lucas' personal shot-by-shot selections from all six legendary Star Wars films. Limited to only 500 copies and showcased in a sumptuous deco-inspired wooden box, Star Wars: Frames contains six books, each corresponding to one of the movies in the Star Wars saga: The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi.
All six books reside in the beautiful wood-inlaid box, which is adorned with two exclusive high-relief sculptures of Darth Vader and Yoda. Each limited edition is numbered and contains a special portfolio with a bookplate signed by George Lucas. For collectors and Star Wars aficionados, this history-making extremely exclusive package will live on as a grand project devoted to the art and craftsmanship of a cinematic phenomenon.
Frames presents an essentially photographic, and yet filmic, look at the cinema of George Lucas - in glorious widescreen, presented as never before on large-format press, over 1,300 images printed with the highest production values available to bookmaking.
Lucas' selections provide a visual history of Star Wars: Frames. From the abstract qualities uniquely derived from the interactions of light and film, to the superlative digital imagery, each frame is a defining moment in the narrative of Star Wars as seen through the eyes of its creator. Representative of Lucas' personal reflection on each film, Frames is an inimitable memoir of his magnum opus.
The Star Wars: Frames Book features:
- A numbered bookplate signed by writer-director George Lucas
- A custom limited-edition arts & crafts maple-wood case, flanked by two uniquely sculpted high-reliefs of Yoda and Darth Vader.
- Over 1,400 frames (more than 230 frames from each Star Wars film) in six leather-bound volumes (each 22" x 11"), hand-selected and reviewed by George Lucas
- Exceptional large-format film frames magnificently reproduced in a breath-taking original widescreen aspect ratio, as never before in the history of Lucasfilm publishing.
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- Product Size:
- 23.5" H (596.9mm) x 12" W (304.8mm) x 5.5" L (139.7mm)
21.5" H (546.1mm) x 10" W (254mm)*
- Product Weight:
- 23.00 lbs (10.43 kg)*
- Box Size:
- 28.94" H (735.08mm) x 16.14" W (409.96mm) x 16.54" L (420.12mm)*
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- 41.80 lbs (18.96 kg)*
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Manufactured by: Insight Editions
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When I was a kid, looking through my stacks of TOPPS cards was my way to connect with the movies at home. FRAMES is the beautiful grown-up version. It's absolutely HUGE and spectacular, from the display case to the books themselves. It's like being 10 again.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011 5:10pm