Shooting Better Movies: The Student Filmmakers' Guide by Paul DudbridgeShooting Better Movies: The Student Filmmakers' Guide by Paul Dudbridge

Shooting Better Movies: The Student Filmmakers' Guide

byPaul Dudbridge

Paperback | July 15, 2017

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A one-stop film school, this book is packed with information, tips, techniques, and advice covering all aspects of filmmaking as gathered from the author's years of experience working in short films, features, commercials, and music videos, as well as delivering workshops and lectures to film students of all ages. Everything you need to know - from generating an idea to delivering a finished film - is laid out in an informal and easy to read style. Find everything from script formatting, choosing lenses, and location scouting, to where best to put the camera to film your scenes, working with actors, recording sound, and editing your shots.
Paul Dudbridge is a British director, producer, cinematographer, and educator, making feature films, television, commercials and music videos. His first broadcast credits include producing and directing ITV's The Christmas Storybook, featuring legendary actor Joss Ackland, as well as directing music promos for MTV. His work as a cinema...
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Title:Shooting Better Movies: The Student Filmmakers' GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:252 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.68 inPublished:July 15, 2017Publisher:Michael Wiese ProductionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1615932712

ISBN - 13:9781615932719

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Table of Contents

How to Use This Book Introduction Chapter 1: Scriptwriting Chapter 2: Producing Chapter 3: Camera Chapter 4: Sound Chapter 5: Directing, Part 1 - The Camera Chapter 6: Directing, Part 2 - Actors Chapter 7: Editing Chapter 8: My Three Secrets to Filmmaking Chapter 9: Common Straits Found in Student Films Chapter 10: Final Thoughts