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First Light Video DVD: A Movie Lover's Guide to Film Language: Classic Scenes from Timeless Films

B&H # FIMLGFL Mfr # F1137DVD
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A Movie Lover's Guide to Film Language: Classic Scenes from Timeless Films - Through the use of clips from cinema classics, you'll become familiar with film language and the basics of movie making: Lighting, Mise en Scene, Sound and Editing. After a brief into, you'll see the famous clip and then again only with commentary explaining the value and technique employed to make it a successful scene.

This is an interactive program where the student can go from the into to any of the lessons and then further on to information about those films as well as a glossary of film terms.

The movie scenes come from recognized film classics such as: Carol Reed's "The Third Man" (Lighting), Buster Keaton's "The General" (Camera), Fritz Lang's "M" (Mise en scene), Sergei Eisenstein's "Alexander Nevsky" (Sound), and Alfred Hitchcock's "Sabotage" (Editing).

Subject Writing, Acting, TV & Movie Making
Author Not Specified by Publisher
Edition First
Hard/Soft Cover DVD
Pages 45 minutes
Dimensions DVD
Illustrations Yes
ISBN Number Product #: F1137DVD
Publisher First Light Video
Date Published 2009

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Carson -  BookBrite BB-22
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