Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|DVD Journey's Below the Line The Editing Process of 24|
Actors: Kiefer Sutherland, Carlos Bernard, Reiko Aylesworth, Elisha Cuthbert, James Badge Dale
Genres: Television, Documentary
Presented by the Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation. Featuring primetime series and the people who create them, Journeys Below the Line captures, up close and personal, the realistic inner workings of the cr... more »
Journey into a fast and exciting career
Henry Flick | St. Paul, Minn. | 05/24/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw Journey's Below the Line recently, being a fan of the 24 series, and I was really impressed with all that goes in to making this show happen. So many behind-the-scenes shows spend far too much time focused on talking heads, but Journey's is tight, concise and absolutely packed with useful, practical and fascinating information. Plus it was great to see the connection between the show's staff and stars and how each plays a role in making each production come together. I also noted that Journey's is distributed by First Light Video, so I visited their website: www.firstlightvideo.com and was absolutely blown away at their selection of instructional programming for the media arts. If you're a student (or teacher) of film and television studies this is simply a must see series and an invaluable resource."
Duplicate Item B000JSI7WG
HTH | 03/06/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I picked up a copy of this DVD (matching the cover art pictured) elsewhere for much less than the $79.00 Amazon is asking. I've had it in my Wishlist for a long time but couldn't find a justification for the price for a single-disk DVD. It also appears to be the same item as B000JSI7WG ("24" Behind the Scenes - The Editing Process, $17.99), which is the item that came up when I entered the UPC number into Delicious Library. This item appears to be an earlier release at educational-materials pricing and the other is a re-release at general market price.
Two stars, as it appears to be overpriced. I feel sad for those trying to sell it used at nearly the same price."