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At the Earth 2.0

At the Earth 2.0

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: lekti on Oct 11, 2012
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Space and Enviroment 
Online Greenlight Review Lekti Rose Jacobs 
Page 3 
Plot Synopsis 
Author Information Page 4 
Social and Cultural Context 
Cultural happens of the early 20th century 
Existing Adaptations Page 5 
Project Influence Map Page 6 
Scene 1 Breakdown 
The Ocean 
Influence Map 
Key Thumbnails Page 8 
Scene 2 Breakdown 
The Forest 
Influence Map 
Key Thumbnails Page 10 
Scene 3 Breakdown 
The Temple 
Influence Map 
Key Thumbnails Page 12 
Creative Partnership 
At the
Earth’s Core Edgar Rice Burroughs
 Plot Synopsis
“At The Earth’s Core tells the story from the authors
perspective and starts out with a journey through the Sahara desert, where he encounters a remarkable machine and its pilot David Innes.David turns out to be a mining heir who is financing the experimental "iron mole," an excavating machine designed by his inventor friend Abner Perry. In a test run, they discover the vehicle cannot turn, and it digs straight down 500 miles into the Earth.They later emerge in an unknown world they believe to be the surface of earth, but latter discover they have surfaced inside the earth at its core where a prehistoric land still exists.In Burroughs' concept, the Earth is a hollow shell with Pellucidar as the internal surface of that shell. Pellucidar is a land inhabited by prehistoric creatures of all different time eras, and controlled by the Mahars, a dinosaur, bird hybrid race of reptiles capable of flight.The Mahars enslave and feed upon the stone aged humans that 
live within the earth’s core.” 
Author InformationAuthor Biography
Edgar Rice Burroughs was an American author, born onSeptember1, 1875, in Chicago, Illinois.He is widely recognised for his novels Tarzan and the sciencefiction adventure John Carter, although he has also produced manynovels in a wide range of genres. His vivid way of storytelling anddescriptive scenes has influenced a wide range of modernstorytelling and Filmography. Novelist Michael Cr 
Jurassic Park 
novels took influence from Burroughs early work, and James
has taken influence from a storytellingperspective. Cameron quoted on many different occasions referredto Burroughs work, and how he gained a lot of influence from hisstories.
“With ‘
,’ I thought, forget all these chick flicks and do a classic guys’ adventure movie,
something in the Edgar Rice Burroughs mould
, like John Carter of Mars.” (
James Cameron,
The New Yorker 
, October 26, 2009),

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