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$30 Film School — Michael W. Dean
How to write, direct, produce, shoot, edit, distribute, tour with, and sell your own no-budget DIGITAL movie. One of the most important tools available to an a artist.
Film Directing Fundamentals: See Your Film Before Shooting, 2nd Edition — Nicholas Proferes
This book provides a clear-cut methodology for translating a script to the screen. Using the script as a blueprint, author leads the reader through specific techniques to analyze and translate its components into a visual story. A sample screenplay is inc
Fine Cuts: The Art of European Film Editing — Roger Crittenden
Author reveals the experiences of many of the greatest living European film editors through his warm and perceptive interviews which offer a unique insight into the art of editing — direct from masters of the craft.
Writing the Short Film, Third Edition — Patricia Cooper, Ken Dancyger
This book takes the student and novice screenwriter through the storytelling process — from conception, to visualization, to dramatization, to characterization and dialogue — and teaches them how to create a dramatic narrative that is short and complete.
Building a Stabilizer Arm — Cody Deegan
Machinist plans and step-by-step assembly instructions for building a stabilizer arm
Acting: Advanced Techniques for the Actor, Director, and Teacher — Terry Schreiber
A step-by-step guide for actors from a Broadway director and renowned acting teacher. Readers are expected to have a strong foundation in the fundamentals of acting technique.
The Matrix in Theory (Critical Studies 29) — Myriam Diocaretz
The contributions in this volume probe the effects the Matrix trilogy continues to provoke and evaluate how or to what extent they coincide with certain developments within critical and cultural theory.
Practical Cinematography, Second Edition — Paul Wheeler
This book discusses the principles of cinematography and the expertise which is unique to the DoP. It deals with all the basic theory such as color temperature and sensitometry, and all the practical things a DoP needs to know.
Acting for Film — Cathy Haase
In this must-have guide for aspiring performers readers will discover exercises for relaxing the face to achieve maximum expressiveness; maintaining proper eye focus in front of the camera and conveying the “beats” of a scene, even in the shortest takes.