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Directing : film techniques and aesthetics / Michael Rabiger, Mick Hurbis-Cherrier.

By: Rabiger, Michael.
Contributor(s): Hurbis-Cherrier, Mick.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN1995.9.P7 R3 2013Publication: Burlington, Mass. : Focal Press, 2013Edition: 5th ed.Description: xxv, 517 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780240818450 (pbk.).Subject(s): Motion pictures -- Production and direction | Motion pictures -- Aesthetics
Contents:
1The world of the film director -- 2 Developing your path as a director -- 3 Essential elements of drama -- 4 Shaping the story into drama -- 5 Plot, time, and structure -- 6 Screenplay ground rules -- 7 Recognizing the superior screenplay -- 8 Script analysis and development -- 9 Cinematic point of view -- 10 Form and style -- 11 Tone: naturalistic and stylized approaches -- 12 Film language -- 13 The frame and the shot -- 14 The moving camera -- 15 Language of the edit -- 16 The human vantage of cinemativ language -- 17 Exploring the script -- 18 Casting -- 19 Acting fundamentals -- 20 Directing actors -- 21 Rehearsals -- 22 Acting exercises -- 23 Planning the visual design -- 24 Coverage and the shooting script -- 25 Line producing and logistics -- 26 Developing a production crew -- 27 The director and production crew -- 28 On set: production begins -- 29 Directing on the set -- 30 Monitoring continuity and progress -- 31 Postproduction overview -- 32 Editing begins: getting to know the footage -- 33 The rough cuts -- 34 Getting to fine cut and picture lock -- 35 Working with music -- 36 The sound mix -- 37 The finishing touches.
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1The world of the film director -- 2 Developing your path as a director -- 3 Essential elements of drama -- 4 Shaping the story into drama -- 5 Plot, time, and structure -- 6 Screenplay ground rules -- 7 Recognizing the superior screenplay -- 8 Script analysis and development -- 9 Cinematic point of view -- 10 Form and style -- 11 Tone: naturalistic and stylized approaches -- 12 Film language -- 13 The frame and the shot -- 14 The moving camera -- 15 Language of the edit -- 16 The human vantage of cinemativ language -- 17 Exploring the script -- 18 Casting -- 19 Acting fundamentals -- 20 Directing actors -- 21 Rehearsals -- 22 Acting exercises -- 23 Planning the visual design -- 24 Coverage and the shooting script -- 25 Line producing and logistics -- 26 Developing a production crew -- 27 The director and production crew -- 28 On set: production begins -- 29 Directing on the set -- 30 Monitoring continuity and progress -- 31 Postproduction overview -- 32 Editing begins: getting to know the footage -- 33 The rough cuts -- 34 Getting to fine cut and picture lock -- 35 Working with music -- 36 The sound mix -- 37 The finishing touches.

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