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  • Lights! Camera! Action! : Filmmaking in the 21st Century

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    Lights! Camera! Action! : Filmmaking in the 21st Century Movies are one of the most remarkable and prevalent art forms of the 21st century. While we as a society praise the actors and actresses that star in them, we tend to ignore the actions that occur behind-the-scenes, also known as the filmmaking process. Contrary to popular belief, this process doesn’t simply start with “lights, camera, action” and end with “scene”. It can take months, years, or even decades to get a movie made; never

  • Film and video production Essay

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    Film and Video Production: Becoming the Future of the Silver Screen Every so often a movie is released with such tense anticipation and glamorous visual art that the public is drawn to this dramatic rendition of life in the theatre. For even just two hours or so, you are put into a different lifestyle. Action, drama or comedy it may be. We are thrust into a different way of thinking. We are forced to learn the characters thoughts and feelings. The hard work and artistic skill that goes into these

  • Cinema Class : An Example Of An Efficient And Extensive Discourse Community

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    opportunities to gain real filmmaking experience. In addition to making films, we get to meet real filmmakers outside of the classroom. There are frequently guest filmmakers that come and hold Q&A’s in the local Pollock Theater, sharing their knowledge and helping to build a smarter generation of filmmakers. In turn, these

  • My Experience In My Life

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    I once stumbled across an anonymous quote that said, “Never forget where you come from, but strive for a place you have never been.” As I contemplated the statement’s significance, I was struck by the realization that I cannot point to one place or time in my life to find where I’m from. In the last twenty years of my life, I have lived on both the east and west coast of the United States, and shifted between all sorts of communities across the socio-economic and cultural spectrum. It is through

  • Network of People in the Film Industry Essay example

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    parties of different talents may have contradictory aspirations, the coordination of the team and resolution of conflicts are of utmost importance. To achieve these, the director, who is normally the highest authority in the creative side of the filmmaking hierarchy, supervises and coordinates the initial work of sub-directors and makes final decisions, which greatly influence the creative directions of these sub-directors. Division of sub-directors is varied in projects, but generally includes art

  • Film Review : Making A Film

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    Making a film takes a very complex process. This is why films sometimes take months and even years to make. Filmmaking is always broken up into 5 steps. Filmmaking takes a process of the development of the film, the pre-production, production, the post-production, and distribution. This is when the production begins to take shape. Ideas for the film are created and the screenplay is written and edited. During this part of the process financing is planned out and looked at what can be afforded, what

  • The Discourse Of A Discourse Community

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    A discourse community is defined as a group of people involved in and communicating about a particular topic, issue, or in a particular field. We all belong to multiple discourse communities.To earn a position of a discourse community one must possess accurate knowledge, establish reliability of members to be accepted and learn to persuade other members of the community. The discourse community that I identify with personally and the profession I plan to pursue is the world of film production. However

  • Mastery Journey Brainstorming And Research Framework Worksheet

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    Mastery Journey Brainstorming and Research Framework Worksheet The purpose of this brainstorming and research framework is to inspire new ideas and thoughts that can be explored as you begin your Mastery Journey. You will complete this framework document as part of your Week 3 Mastery Journey assignment. Reflect upon your course of study at Full Sail University and address each item below as free-form brainstormed ideas. The best frameworks are those that enabled you to explore new paths that will

  • Reflection Of A Movie Project

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    can do so little; together we can do so much.’ Although she meant it in a much larger sense, but I think it is also appropriate to describe my experience doing the film project. It is a brand-new experience for me, as I have never taken part in filmmaking before. From it, I learnt a lot from my group mates and also by practising the skills taught in class. Along the way, our group did not encounter serious difficulties. I believe the fact that we come from different discipline allows us to fit in

  • Understanding the Concept involved in Media Communication Essay

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    Before my fascination for the media world developed I like everyone else was subconsciously a part of it. TV news, magazines I read, commercials I watched and video games I played in my spare time, have all given me the urge to understand the concepts involved in media communication. The media and the world it creates around us is always there whether we are aware of it or not. Becoming a media student was like learning the tricks of the trade, being let in on all these secrets and I loved knowing