How To Make A Movie In 10 Easy Lessons: Learn How To Write, Direct, And Edit Your Own Film Without A Hollywood Budget by Robert BlofieldHow To Make A Movie In 10 Easy Lessons: Learn How To Write, Direct, And Edit Your Own Film Without A Hollywood Budget by Robert Blofield

How To Make A Movie In 10 Easy Lessons: Learn How To Write, Direct, And Edit Your Own Film Without…

byRobert Blofield

Spiral Bound | May 19, 2015

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It's show time! This Super Skills title introduces budding filmmakers to the world of movie making. Using the amazing cameras available on cell phones and tablets, kids can learn the filming and editing basics for developing their own movies. Is your story a comedy? A drama? Are you documenting an event? From the "pre-production" basics of plot and script to the fun of getting to know cameras, camera angles, moving shots, and lighting,How to Make a Movie in 10 Easy Lessonstakes you through the full production process. Discover tips for sharp editing, learn the difference between long shots and wide angles, explore tips for writing a clever script, and much more.

Robert Blofield is an independent filmmaker and film production teacher from Hampshire, UK. Robert began creating independent video productions for film festivals and freelance projects in 2005 and since becoming enthralled with the medium has gone on to teach professional film and television production techniques to a new generation o...
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Title:How To Make A Movie In 10 Easy Lessons: Learn How To Write, Direct, And Edit Your Own Film Without…Format:Spiral BoundDimensions:64 pages, 10.38 × 8.38 × 0.62 inPublished:May 19, 2015Publisher:Walter Foster JrLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1633220125

ISBN - 13:9781633220126

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"Budding filmmakers are given a crash course in the cinematic arts. This informative text walks young directors through all three phases of production. The title may claim 10 easy lessons, but there's a lot more than that covered here. Blofield shines a light on camera movements, editing techniques, storyboard development, and several other filmmaking steps that might trip up first-time moviemakers. ...A glossary and index at the book's conclusion paired with the spiral binding make this an easy tagalong on set, along with clipboards and shot lists. Companion title How to Play Guitar in 10 Easy Lessons, by Dan Holton, employs a similar format for young musicians. An excellent, informative tool for any kid interested in becoming the next Scorsese." - Kirkus Review