Film Directing Cinematic Motion: A Workshop for Staging Scenes

Tác giả: Steven D. Katz

Thể loại: Nonfiction

320.000 VND
  • ISBN: 9780941188142
  • Weight: 660g
  • Publisher: Michael Wiese
  • Publication date: January 15, 1992

This is practical guide addresses problems encountered when staging and blocking scenes. Includes discussions of scheduling, staging without dialogue, choreography, sequence shots, and more.

 

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