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Film & Video Directing (Spring 2004): textbook Grammar of the Film Language by Daniel Arijon
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Another page to help the navigation of this directory. Part One is connected with the script analysis pages, the preproduction with the stage directing (required for film directing class), part three must be suplimented with acting directory. The study of the great directors is at Films & Movies (my preferences). The very introductory pages on film language are at 200x Files.
I still didn't install the order of reading of the files and the best way to have some sort of a linear narrative is to follow the class syllabus.
The Glossary page is always needs updating and I am making the new pages for dictionaries in the subject directories.
NB. I don't know when I will have time to turn the notes into real texts or to develop the real reference and bibliography pages. Nevertheless, I made and list pages to store the sources URL and titles.
Five Parts. Now I have to bring the subject files from the main directory under one roof here.
Part One. Scripting: Writing Movie
Part Two. PreProduction: Blue Prints
Part Three. Production: Shooting
Part Four. Post-Production: Editing
Part Five. Post-Post-Production: YOU PS
NotesOnly now I see how many parts are missing! The structure is in the left table (index).
I have to bring Eisen as a narrator, if I want to have a true narrative, but I do not hear his voice... How to get from quoting Eisenstein to letting him speak. Must introduce him as a character (hero); what is his story? Let him talk about what wasn't been done while he was alive. His reaction on 50+ years after his death (I was born in 1949) -- what would he see?
I have to arranged all parts (chapters) as lessons. Each pat has 5-6: the sequences are not the final choice (the order). Some could/should be dropped from the book (which ones?).
The homework assignments -- problem.
2004: the wrong textbook again?
Quotes: Nietzsche vs. Zen (two extremes) -- individual and god (when and how to use both, while directing).
* see T-blog and VT blog ! My places to watch for directing -- Total Director, stagematrix.com, meyerhold.us + teatr.us for LUL Theatre & stagematrix group [wiki]
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