Make Film History: Rewrite, Reshoot, And Recut The World's Greatest Films by Gerst RobertMake Film History: Rewrite, Reshoot, And Recut The World's Greatest Films by Gerst Robert

Make Film History: Rewrite, Reshoot, And Recut The World's Greatest Films

byGerst Robert

Paperback | November 1, 2012

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Robert Gerst, Ph.D., chairs the Liberal Arts Department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. He has taught film aesthetics and film history to thousands of designers, artists, and young filmmakers in North America and, in online courses at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, to film students around the world. A veteran teacher who first cut movies standing at a Moviola, he brings a digital filmmaker perspective to the history of the movies.

Robert Gerst, Ph.D., chairs the Liberal Arts Department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. He has taught film aesthetics and film history to thousands of designers, artists, and young filmmakers in North America and, in online courses at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, to film students around the world. A ve...
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Title:Make Film History: Rewrite, Reshoot, And Recut The World's Greatest FilmsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 7.5 × 11 × 0.68 inPublished:November 1, 2012Publisher:Michael Wiese ProductionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1615931228

ISBN - 13:9781615931224

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Table of Contents

Intermittency: Eadweard Muybridge

“Reality: Auguste and Louis LumièreImagination: Georges MélièsCutting to Continuity: Edwin S. PorterMise-en-Scène: Charlie ChaplinMoving Camera: Giovanni PastroneClassical Cutting: D.W. GriffithMontage: Lev KuleshovIntertitles: Manuel OraziStudio Factory: SunriseSynchronous Sound: The Jazz SingerAspect Ratio: Abel GanceThematic Montage: Dziga VertovProduction Code: ScarfaceStoryboard: Webb SmithScore: Max SteinerEnding: CasablancaTechnicolor: Michael Powell Voice-Over: Portrait of JennieJump-Cut: BreathlessMixing Sound: Walter Murch Montage to Mashup: Cinema ParadisoChroma Key: Forrest GumpPerson and Role: Being John Malkovitch Documentary “Reality: Charlie Bit Me