Director J.J. Abrams' new vision of the greatest space adventure of all time, Star Trek features a young, new crew venturing boldly where no man has gone before, as it tells the story of how the brash Starfleet cadet James T. Kirk first meets a Vulcan named Spock, and earns the Captain's chair of the Starship Enterprise.
The film quickly became a critical and commercial smash hit worldwide, as audiences - confirmed Trekkers and newcomers alike - thrilled to a state-of-the-art action epic which both respected the legacy of Gene Roddenberry's archetypal modern myth and forged ahead into an exciting future of its own.
'Star Trek: The Art of the Film' is a lavishly illustrated celebration of that new vision, tracing the evolution of the movie's look through a stunning array of previously unseen pre-production paintings, concept sketches, costume and set designs, unit photography and final frames. Written by New York Times' bestselling author Mark Cotta Vaz in close co-operation with the film's production team, and including a Foreword by J.J. Abrams, this is the essential companion to the film.
The book is in near-fine condition, with only light bumping to corners. The jacket has similar light bumping to corners and edges. Small closed tear, approx. 8mm, to top right corner of rear flap. The book is attractively produced with lavishly illustrated pages printed on glossy art paper.