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A-Z of movie making

Wolf Peter Rilla

A-Z of movie making

by Wolf Peter Rilla

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Published by Viking Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cinematography.,
  • Motion pictures -- Production and direction.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [126]-127.

    Statement[by] Wolf Rilla.
    SeriesA Studio book
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTR850 .R55
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p.
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5756722M
    ISBN 100670139785
    LC Control Number71119904

    What is the impulse to transform literary narrative into cinematic discourse, and what are the factors that determine that transformation? In Filmmaking by the Book, Millicent Marcus considers the adaptive process as the sum total of a series of encounters: the institutional encounter between literary and film cultures, the semiotic encounter between two very different signifying systems, and. Imagine making a movie — sometimes spending years making sure it is exactly right —then some of your favorite scenes are cut out of it. And then, your name is on a version of your film that has been changed by someone else. No doubt, you would be very upset. Films are altered in other ways too: Movies shot on black and whiteFile Size: KB.

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      The book didn't make it to theaters until , when Walter Salles took up the project. The result, many critics agreed, was beautiful but empty. There may Author: Tracy Mumford.   Always thought the Star Wars Chronicles was decent and I quite enjoyed most, if not all of the Art of book for the Pixar Movies. For the images alone, yeah the Tron, and both Iron man are great, I'd like to say the Suckerpunch was good, but I don't have it, I had it pre-ordered before the damn movie came out and 2 months after the release the order was canceled by Amazon cause it was out of.


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