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Geared towards films students and beginning filmmakers, Producing and Directing the Short Film and Video, from Focal Press, provides a two-fold approach that looks at filmmaking from the perspective of both the producer and director, and clearly explains how their separate roles must work together to create a successful short film or video. Through extensive examples from award-winning shorts and insightful interviews, authors Peter Rea and David K. Irving will show you common challenges the filmmakers encountered during each step of the filmmaking process—from pre-production to production, post-production, and distribution—and the techniques they used to overcome them.
New to This Edition
Two all-new, in-depth cases studies of short films Memory Lane and the Academy Award-winning God of Love
A revised chapter progression that reinforces the significance of the actor - director relationship
Interviews with the filmmakers integrated alongside the text, as well as new images and behind-the-scenes coverage of production processes
Revamped sections on current financing strategies, post-production workflows, and the wide variety of distribution platforms now available to filmmakers
A "Where are They Now" appendix featuring updates on the original filmmakers covered in the first edition
An expanded companion website containing useful forms and information on distributors, grants and financing sources, film and video festivals, film schools, internet sources for short works, and professional associations
Table of Contents
1. Finance 2. Script 3. Breakdowns 4. Schedule 5. Budget 6. Crewing 7. Location 8. Art Direction 9. Casting 10. Rehearsals 11. Set Procedures 12. Camera 13. Sound 14. Art 15. Cast 16. Pix Postproduction 17. Sound Postproduction 18. Laboratory/Online 19. Distribution Appendices
David K. Irving is an Associate Professor of the Undergraduate Film and Television Department at New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. He has directed six feature films, fifteen award-winning short documentaries, three short narrative films, and has written and produced three feature films.
Peter Rea is an Associate Professor of the Undergraduate Film and Television Department at New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. He has been a producer, cinematographer, editor, production manager, and post-production supervisor on numerous short films, TV movies, and features.