Getting Into Films Television

Author: Robert Angell
Editor: How To Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781857039740
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'Getting into Films and Television' provides a lively introduction to the various careers available in the film and television industries. The book offers advice on deciding which area to go into, what training is needed and how to get that first job. CONTENTS: 1. Feature films2. Commercials 3. Documentaries 4. Animation 5. Television 6. Training for film and television7. Selling yourself to film and television.

Getting Into Films And Television 9th Edition

Author: Robert Angell
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472141989
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New edition of this well established & respected source for students of film & TV production and media studies courses...a must for all media studies students. Contents: List of illustrations; Foreward by Lord Puttnam CBE; Preface to the ninth edition; 1. Introduction; 2. Feature films; 3. Commercials; 4. Documentries; 5. Animation; 6. Television; 7. Training for film and television; 8. Selling yourself to film and television; Appendix of further information; Training and working overseas; Glossary; Index.

100 Careers In Film And Television

Author: Tanja Crouch
Editor: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764121647
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Provides information on careers in motion pictures and television, discussing such occupations as writers, producers, cinematographers, gaffers, production sound mixers, and film editors.

Your Film Acting Career

Author: Maurice Kowalewski Lewis
Editor: Gorham House Pub
ISBN: 9780929149028
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Covers resumes, unions, theatrical agents, interviews, readings, finances, and goal setting

Getting Into Film

Author: Mel London
Editor: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 9780345289773
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This book answers all kinds of questions about jobs in the film industry.

Film And Television After 9 11

Author: Wheeler W. Dixon
Editor: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809325566
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Twelve distinguished scholars and critics discuss the production, reception, and distribution of Hollywood and foreign films after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and examine how movies have changed to reflect the new world climate.

Bfi Film And Television Handbook

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The Budget Book For Film And Television

Author: Robert Koster
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0240806204
File Size: 47,33 MB
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This guidebook is intended to help both the novice and the experienced producer to create and fine-tune their budgets. Based on the top budgeting software packages, Movie Magic and EP Budgeting, this book takes the reader through each line item in the budgeting software and describes the background for that item, how it fits into the overall production, and any issues or pitfalls that may arise from it. This book is a useful reference for independent filmmakers who depend on accurate, easy-to-understand budgeting methods to seek funding for their projects. Learn how to create a film or TV budget, line by line Includes a tutorial on Movie Magic and EP Budgeting

Visual Effects For Film And Television

Author: A. J. Mitchell
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0240516753
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This step-by-step guide gives practical instruction on the techniques and skills required to incorporate special effects successfully into a television production.

Arthurian Legends On Film And Television

Author: Bert Olton
Editor: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
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Summarizes and analyzes media interpretations of the Arthurian legend, from "The Sword and the Stone" to such parodies as "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" to films containing Arthurian themes, including the "Star Wars" movies.

Television Magazine

Author: Frederik A. Kugel
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The Film Director Prepares

Author: Myrl A. Schreibman
Editor: Lone Eagle
ISBN: 0307875334
File Size: 17,40 MB
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• Insider author gives no-nonsense advice • Required reading for film students, educators, anyone interested in film From script analysis to post production, here is the all-inclusive guide to directing for film and television. Written by noted director-producer Myrl Schreibman, The Film Director Prepares offers practical insights on filmmaking, using real-life examples directors won’t learn in school. With topics including working with actors, using the camera to tell a story, setting mood, staging, maintaining performance levels, covering shots, and directing for different mediums, The Film Director Prepares will leave new directors truly prepared for their careers.

Directors Tell The Story

Author: Bethany Rooney
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0240818733
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This text offers insight and advice straight from two A-list television directors. They direct dramas and comedies using the same process that any movie director uses - just with less money and time. Covering everything from prep, the shoot and post, the authors emphasize how aspiring directors can develop a creative vision.

The Harvard Guide To Careers In Mass Media

Author: John H. Noble
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Principles Of Adaptation For Film And Television

Author: Ben Brady
Editor: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292708076
File Size: 14,23 MB
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From All Quiet on the Western Front, the Academy Award-winning "Best Picture" of 1929-1930, to Dances with Wolves, the 1991 winner, many of Hollywood's most popular and enduring movies have been screen adaptations of written work, including novels, stories, and plays. In this practical, hands-on guide, veteran TV and screenwriter Ben Brady unlocks the secrets of the adaptation process, showing aspiring writers and writing teachers how to turn any kind of narrative material into workable, salable screenplays for film and television. Step by step, Brady guides novice screenwriters to the completion of a professional screenplay. He begins with an incisive discussion of how to evaluate a written work's potential as a screenplay. Then he discusses each step of the writing process, showing how to identify the plot and premise of the play, develop character, treatment, and dialogue, and handle camera language and format. Brady illustrates each of these points by developing and writing a complete screenplay of the novel Claire Serrat within the text. With these tools, beginning screenwriters can draw on the rich resources of words in print to create exciting screenplays for film and television. Written in vivid, entertaining prose, the book will be equally useful in the classroom or at the kitchen table, wherever enterprising writers ply their craft.

Technical Film And Tv For Nontechnical People

Author: Drew Campbell
Editor: Allworth Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 9781581152296
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Offers an introduction to the technical aspects of film and television, providing information on the equipment, mechanics, and processes involved in the production of film and television.

Film And Television Stardom

Author: Kylo-Patrick R. Hart
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Pub
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Film and Television Stardom examines film and television stars as a collectively complex, intriguing social phenomenon from the early twentieth century to the present day. Its range of topics includes (but is certainly not limited to) the emergence and historical development of the star system, silent-film stardom, stardom and media spectatorship, stardom and consumption, stardom and the paparazzi, reality-television stars, stars in the news, and studies of individual stars. In addition to providing numerous new insights and approaches to exploring the phenomenon of film stardom (past and present), its various chapters significantly expand the comparatively nascent body of academic writing that has been devoted to investigating the historical and theoretical aspects of television stardom by focusing on both traditional television programming genres and the more recent phenomenon of reality-television programming. The numerous stars addressed in this book (including Roseanne Barr, Gertrude Berg, Ingrid Bergman, Cher, Sacha Baron Cohen, Bette Davis, Jodie Foster, Jerry Lewis, Carmen Miranda, Anita Page, Jessica Simpson, and James Stewart) are analyzed in relation to noteworthy performances in a variety of well-known films (including The Accused, The Broadway Melody, Cinderfella, Citizen Kane, Dark Victory, The Man from Laramie, Persona, and Singin in the Rain) and television programs (including Da Ali G Show, The Apprentice, The Goldbergs, Roseanne, and Survivor).

Beyond The Bottom Line

Author: Andrew Spicer
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1441125124
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This is the first collection of original critical essays devoted to exploring the misunderstood, neglected and frequently caricatured role played by the film producer. The editors' introduction provides a conceptual and methodological overview, arguing that the producer's complex and multifaceted role is crucial to a film's success or failure. The collection is divided into three sections where detailed individual essays explore a broad range of contrasting producers working in different historical, geographical, generic and industrial contexts. Rather than suggest there is a single type of producer, the collection analyses the rich variety of roles producers play, providing fascinating and informative insights into how the film industry actually works. This groundbreaking collection challenges several of the conventional orthodoxies of film studies, providing a new approach that will become required reading for scholars and students.

Seeing The Bigger Picture

Author: Mark Sachleben
Editor: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820462486
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Film and visual images are major components of modern society that can add to our understanding and appreciation of the political process in contemporary America. From silent films to twenty-first century blockbusters, from Bugs Bunny to The Simpsons and Star Trek, movies and television provide windows into political history and inform our perception of politics and political institutions. Seeing the Bigger Picture examines ways film and television can be used to foster a deeper understanding of the political dynamics that shape our world. Discussing both commercial films and documentaries from the United States and abroad, this book illustrates the wide-ranging relationships between film and politics. It offers suggestions on how to use film to perceive the dynamics of ideology, the American presidency, civil rights and social justice, campaigns and elections, war, peace, terrorism, and other contemporary debates. Employing film as much more than pure entertainment, this book reveals how movies and television can be invaluable and exciting tools to explain political concepts and to demonstrate the relevance of politics in our daily lives. This is an excellent comprehensive text for students in film and politics courses and a creative resource for survey courses in political science, American government, and international relations.

Television

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