Summer Blockbuster: Win a Book for Movielovers from UPK

9780813136110It’s finally starting to feel like summer out, and just in time for summer movie-going. This weekend everyone was excited to get out of the heat to watch the new Superman movie, Man of Steel. Curious about how the crew made those jaw-dropping explosions fly off the screen? Well, in this week’s giveaway, 3-D Revolution, author Ray Zone goes behind the scenes to find out how 3-D film-making has developed since the 1950s.

Fill out the form below by Friday, June 21st for a chance to win a copy of 3-D Revolution: The History of Stereoscopic Cinema by Ray Zone.

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