Inside Black Mirror / Charlie Brooker & Annabel Jones ; with Jason Arnopp
- Series 1. The national anthem -- Fifteen million merits -- The entire history of you -- Series 2. Be right back -- White bear -- The Waldo moment -- The Christmas special -- White Christmas -- Series 3. Nosedive -- Playtest -- Shut up and dance -- San Junipero -- Men against fire -- Hated in the nation -- Series 4. USS Callister -- Arkangel -- Crocodile -- Hang the DJ --Metalhead -- Black museum -- The future of Black Mirror.
- "The first official companion to the Emmy-winning Netflix cult-hit sci-fi television series that's fascinated millions of fans worldwide, with stunning visuals and never before seen behind-the-scenes content. What becomes of humanity when it's fed into the jaws of a hungry new digital machine? Discover the world of Black Mirror in this immersive, illustrated, oral history. This first official book logs the entire Black Mirror journey, from its origins in creator Charlie Brooker's mind to its current status as one of the biggest cult TV shows to emerge from the UK. Alongside a collection of astonishing behind-the-scenes imagery and ephemera, Brooker and producer Annabel Jones will detail the creative genesis, inspiration, and thought process behind each film for the first time, while key actors, directors and other creative talents relive their own involvement"-- and Told oral-history style, the book includes the voices of the many collaborators, such as Bryce Dallas Howard, Jon Hamm, Jodie Foster, Jodie Whittaker, Mackenzie Davis, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alex Lawther, Letitia Wright, and dozens more. Making boundary-pushing television isn't easy. Each stand-alone episode is a challenging leap into the unknown for the viewer--and the creators. This is the definitive and unfiltered account of how they did it.
- 9781984823489 (hardcover) and 1984823485 (hardcover)
- "Originally published in hardcover in Great Britain by Ebury Press in 2018"--Title page verso.
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-316) and index.
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