9 edition of The beginning filmmaker"s business guide found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.M29 H37 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||93010977|
Elliot is the founder of Raindance Film Festival () and the British Independent Film Awards (). He has produced over hundred short films and five feature films: the multi-award-winning The Living and the Dead (), Deadly Virtues (), AMBER (), Love is Thicker Than Water () and the SWSX Grand Jury Prize winner Alice (). Beginning film studies offers the most lucid, thorough and up-to-the-minute introduction to this popular subject. Written with verve and wit, it reviews a wealth of significant trends in the discipline's past and present, and looks ahead to new directions for film studies/5(1).
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This book provides an orientation in four key areas essential to the business of making films: financial, legal, marketing, and distribution. With Renee Harmon by your side, you will learn how to prepare a professional prospectus for your film, the importance of "high concept" and "hook," how to develop a theatrical release plan, and what should go into an electronic press kit.3/5(1).
This book provides the orientation and training you need to get a film project off the ground. For the writer, actor, or cinematographer who wants to earn the right to wear the director's hat, here's the commonsense, nuts-and-bolts advice necessary to get a Cited by: 1.
This book provides the orientation and training you need to get a film project off the ground. For the writer, actor, or cinematographer who wants to earn the right to wear the director's hat, here's the commonsense, nuts-and-bolts advice necessary to get a 2/5(1).
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He has worked as a film editor for Fox and HBO and as a postproduction coordinator for ABC. He is a contributing writer to Films in Review, Cinemaeditor, American Cinematographer, and Moviemaker and is the author of five other books on film.
With Martin Landau, Jacqueline Bisset, Billy Campbell, Eddie Cibrian. Biblical tales from the books of Genesis and Exodus, including the stories of Abraham's (Martin Landau's) devotion and Joseph's (Eddie Cibrian's) betrayal. Step by step, aspiring filmmakers will discover sound instruction on the tools of the trade, and established filmmakers will enjoy a new outlook on production design.
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Get this from a library. The beginning filmmaker's guide to a successful first film. [Renee Harmon; Jim Lawrence] -- Offers practical advice on picking a project, writing a script, obtaining financing, staying within the budget, helping actors with their performances, and entering film festivals.
"Den has this extraordinary ability to hit the nail on the head every time with his advice which resonates in every area of my business.
I bought the book, signed up for the Elite programme (the cost of which I made back on charging correctly for a one day edit!) and broke the £k mark just 6 months after first meeting with him".It’s hard to say not knowing what level you are at.
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Additionally, I was able to revisit Africa and complete my most recent film “12 Noon” in Abuja Nigeria in August, utilizing some of the most popular A-List actors in Nollywood, the second largest film .