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2010 Low Budget Film Forum-Les Arcs France


 Cinema Today: A Conversation with Thirty-Nine Filmmakers from around the World


Cinema Today: A Conversation with Thirty-Nine Filmmakers from around the World


$8.35


Imagine attending a fascinating film forum among a distinguished and varied panel of cinema legends. An afternoon or evening where contemporary filmmakers from around the world-Kazakhstan, Turkey, Macedonia, Portugal, Chile, Argentina, Egypt, Cameroon, Australia, the Philippines, South Africa, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Japan, the People’s Republic of China, Mexico, Poland, the United States, Italy, the United Kingdom, and France-gather together to discuss how they arrive at the creative choices that bring their film projects to life. Can’t spare the time from work or class? Travel expense too great? What? You can’t even find such a collaborative event?Then imagine curling up with a good book, maybe a shot of espresso in hand, and becoming engrossed in the exciting and informative conversation that Elena Oumano has ingeniously crafted from her personal and individual interviews with these artists. Straying far from the usual choppy question-and-answer format, Cinema Today saves you from plowing through another tedious read, in which the same topics and issues are directed to each subject, over and over-an experience that is like being trapped in a revolving door. Oumano stops that revolving door by following a lively symposium-in-print format, with the filmmakers’ words and thoughts grouped together under various key cinema topics. It is as though these experts are speaking to each other and you are their audience-collectively they reflect on and explore issues and concerns of modern filmmaking, from the practical to the aesthetic, including the process, cinematic rhythm and structure, and the many aspects of the media: business, the viewer, and cinema’s place in society. Whether you are a movie lover, a serious student of cinema, or simply interested in how we communicate in today’s global village through films that so profoundly affect the world, Cinema Today is for you.

 Outside Hollywood: The Young Christian's Guide to Vocational Filmmaking


Outside Hollywood: The Young Christian’s Guide to Vocational Filmmaking


$9.52


Isaac Botkin, Paperback, English-language edition, Pub by Vision Forum, Incorporated, The

 The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


$50.95


A professional introduction to the end-to-end process of digital filmmaking! The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production sheds light on the ongoing and confusing transition from analog to digital technology in film production. In addition to a complete analysis of technical concerns, this text deals with a number of issues where European and Hollywood priorities differ. It adds fuel to the discussion on “Photo-Chemical Fundamentalism” and the future of traditional film-based cinematography. With special emphasis on new HD production techniques for the big cinema screen, this guide is the one and only resource available from a European perspective. The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production provides film professionals and decisions-makers in European cinema with an excellent basis for discussions on how to handle the transition from analog to digital technology. Look no further for:* Several production case studies, among them Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” (2003) and Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003)* Surveys of HD Systems & Cameras and “The 37 MFAQ on HD Production.”* Expert reports on Audio Recording for HD and the Digital Intermediate Process* Detailed European initiatives in Digital Cinema* An up-to-date survey of the problematic standards situation for Digital Cinema* A comprehensive look at archiving – the “Achilles Heel” of digital production* The pros and cons of producing feature films digitally – a unique and professional view of “the agony and ecstacy.”Editor-in-Chief Lasse Svanberg is a founding member of EDCF. He was DoP on 14 feature films 1966-81, founded TM (Technolgy & Man) Magazine at the Swedish Film Institute in 1968 and was its Chief Editor until 1998 He was elected Fellow of BKSTS 1979, Fellow of SMPTE 1995 and granted Professor’s title by the Swedish Government 2002. He is the author of six books on the history and possible future of film, video and television. The European Digital Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) was constituted in June

 The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


$53.13


A professional introduction to the end-to-end process of digital filmmaking! The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production sheds light on the ongoing and confusing transition from analog to digital technology in film production. In addition to a complete analysis of technical concerns, this text deals with a number of issues where European and Hollywood priorities differ. It adds fuel to the discussion on “Photo-Chemical Fundamentalism” and the future of traditional film-based cinematography. With special emphasis on new HD production techniques for the big cinema screen, this guide is the one and only resource available from a European perspective. The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production provides film professionals and decisions-makers in European cinema with an excellent basis for discussions on how to handle the transition from analog to digital technology. Look no further for:* Several production case studies, among them Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” (2003) and Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003)* Surveys of HD Systems & Cameras and “The 37 MFAQ on HD Production.”* Expert reports on Audio Recording for HD and the Digital Intermediate Process* Detailed European initiatives in Digital Cinema* An up-to-date survey of the problematic standards situation for Digital Cinema* A comprehensive look at archiving – the “Achilles Heel” of digital production* The pros and cons of producing feature films digitally – a unique and professional view of “the agony and ecstacy.”Editor-in-Chief Lasse Svanberg is a founding member of EDCF. He was DoP on 14 feature films 1966-81, founded TM (Technolgy & Man) Magazine at the Swedish Film Institute in 1968 and was its Chief Editor until 1998 He was elected Fellow of BKSTS 1979, Fellow of SMPTE 1995 and granted Professor’s title by the Swedish Government 2002. He is the author of six books on the history and possible future of film, video and television. The European Digital Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) was constituted in June

 The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


$50.95


A professional introduction to the end-to-end process of digital filmmaking! The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production sheds light on the ongoing and confusing transition from analog to digital tehcnology in film production. In addition to a complete analysis of technical concerns, this text deals with a number of issues where European and Hollywood priorities differ. It adds fuel to the discussion on “Photo-Chemical Fundamentalism” and the future of traditional film-based cinematography. With special emphasis on new HD production techniques for the big cinema screen, this guide is the one and only resoruce available from a European perspective. The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production provides film professionals and decisions-makers in European cinema with an excellent basis for discussions on how to handle the transition from analog to digital technology. Look no further for: Several production case studies, among them Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” (2003) and Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003). Surveys of HD Systems & Cameras and “The 37 MFAQ on HD Production.” Expert reports on Audio Recording for HD and the Digital Intermediate Process. Detailed European initiatives in Digital Cinema. An up-to-date survey of the problematic standards situation for Digital Cinema. A comprehensive look at archiving – the “Achilles Heel” of digital production. The pros and cons of producing feature films digitally – a unique and professional view of “the agony and ecstacy.”Editor-in-Chief Lasse Svanberg is a founding member of EDCF. He was DoP on 14 feature films 1966-81, founded TM (Technolgy & Man) Magazine at the Swedish Film Institute in 1968 and was its Chief Editor until1998 He was elected Fellow of BKSTS 1979, Fellow of SMPTE 1995 and granted Professor’s title by the Swedish Government 2002. He is the author of six books on the history and possible future of film, video and television. The European Digital Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) was constituted

 The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production


$50.95


A professional introduction to the end-to-end process of digital filmmaking!The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production sheds light on the ongoing and confusing transition from analog to digital tehcnology in film production. In addition to a complete analysis of technical concerns, this text deals with a number of issues where European and Hollywood priorities differ. It adds fuel to the discussion on “Photo-Chemical Fundamentalism” and the future of traditional film-based cinematography.With special emphasis on new HD production techniques for the big cinema screen, this guide is the one and only resoruce available from a European perspective. The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production provides film professionals and decisions-makers in European cinema with an excellent basis for discussions on how to handle the transition from analog to digital technology. Look no further for: Several production case studies, among them Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” (2003) and Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003). Surveys of HD Systems & Cameras and “The 37 MFAQ on HD Production.” Expert reports on Audio Recording for HD and the Digital Intermediate Process. Detailed European initiatives in Digital Cinema. An up-to-date survey of the problematic standards situation for Digital Cinema. A comprehensive look at archiving – the “Achilles Heel” of digital production. The pros and cons of producing feature films digitally – a unique and professional view of “the agony and ecstacy.”Editor-in-Chief Lasse Svanberg is a founding member of EDCF. He was DoP on 14 feature films 1966-81, founded TM (Technolgy & Man) Magazine at the Swedish Film Institute in 1968 and was its Chief Editor until1998 He was elected Fellow of BKSTS 1979, Fellow of SMPTE 1995 and granted Professor’s title by the Swedish Government 2002. He is the author of six books on the history and possible future of film, video and television.The European Digital Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) was constituted

 The Edcf Guide to Digital Cinema Production


The Edcf Guide to Digital Cinema Production


$50.95


A professional introduction to the end-to-end process of digital filmmaking! The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production sheds light on the ongoing and confusing transition from analog to digital technology in film production. In addition to a complete analysis of technical concerns, this text deals with a number of issues where European and Hollywood priorities differ. It adds fuel to the discussion on “Photo-Chemical Fundamentalism” and the future of traditional film-based cinematography. With special emphasis on new HD production techniques for the big cinema screen, this guide is the one and only resource available from a European perspective. The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production provides film professionals and decisions-makers in European cinema with an excellent basis for discussions on how to handle the transition from analog to digital technology. Look no further for:* Several production case studies, among them Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” (2003) and Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003)* Surveys of HD Systems & Cameras and “The 37 MFAQ on HD Production.”* Expert reports on Audio Recording for HD and the Digital Intermediate Process* Detailed European initiatives in Digital Cinema* An up-to-date survey of the problematic standards situation for Digital Cinema* A comprehensive look at archiving – the “Achilles Heel” of digital production* The pros and cons of producing feature films digitally – a unique and professional view of “the agony and ecstacy.”Editor-in-Chief Lasse Svanberg is a founding member of EDCF. He was DoP on 14 feature films 1966-81, founded TM (Technolgy & Man) Magazine at the Swedish Film Institute in 1968 and was its Chief Editor until 1998 He was elected Fellow of BKSTS 1979, Fellow of SMPTE 1995 and granted Professor’s title by the Swedish Government 2002. He is the author of six books on the history and possible future of film, video and television. The European Digital Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) was constituted in June

 The Edcf Guide to Digital Cinema Production


The Edcf Guide to Digital Cinema Production


$53.13


A professional introduction to the end-to-end process of digital filmmaking! The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production sheds light on the ongoing and confusing transition from analog to digital technology in film production. In addition to a complete analysis of technical concerns, this text deals with a number of issues where European and Hollywood priorities differ. It adds fuel to the discussion on “Photo-Chemical Fundamentalism” and the future of traditional film-based cinematography. With special emphasis on new HD production techniques for the big cinema screen, this guide is the one and only resource available from a European perspective. The EDCF Guide to Digital Cinema Production provides film professionals and decisions-makers in European cinema with an excellent basis for discussions on how to handle the transition from analog to digital technology. Look no further for:* Several production case studies, among them Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” (2003) and Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003)* Surveys of HD Systems & Cameras and “The 37 MFAQ on HD Production.”* Expert reports on Audio Recording for HD and the Digital Intermediate Process* Detailed European initiatives in Digital Cinema* An up-to-date survey of the problematic standards situation for Digital Cinema* A comprehensive look at archiving – the “Achilles Heel” of digital production* The pros and cons of producing feature films digitally – a unique and professional view of “the agony and ecstacy.”Editor-in-Chief Lasse Svanberg is a founding member of EDCF. He was DoP on 14 feature films 1966-81, founded TM (Technolgy & Man) Magazine at the Swedish Film Institute in 1968 and was its Chief Editor until 1998 He was elected Fellow of BKSTS 1979, Fellow of SMPTE 1995 and granted Professor’s title by the Swedish Government 2002. He is the author of six books on the history and possible future of film, video and television. The European Digital Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) was constituted in June

 The Playboy Interviews: The Directors


The Playboy Interviews: The Directors


$1.99


The best movies speak in a universal language, communicating effortlessly on both the emotional and the intellectual levels. While there have been many great films, only a few directors have achieved such facility with the filmmaking medium. In this collection of remarkably candid interviews, seventeen of the screen’s most widely acclaimed and creative filmmakers discuss what drives and inspires them. These revealing, thought-provoking and highly personal interviews, possible only in Playboy’s open forum, range from Roman Polanski’s thoughts on the murder of his wife in the Manson Family massacre to Oliver Stone’s frank discussions about the challenges he faced in creating his memorable films. Includes interviews with Orson Welles, Billy Wilder, Stanley Kubrick, Clint Eastwood, Francis Ford Coppola, David Mamet, Spike Lee and the Coen brothers, among others.
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