French Cinema: A Student
What are the Cahiers du cinema? Which are the most popular French films? How do you write an essay on a French film? What is a high-angle shot in French? When did more French spectators go to see American films than French films? Hoe do you talk about a short sequence of film? You can find the answers to these and many more questions in this essential resource for students of French cinema. Written by authors with extensive teaching and writing experience in French cinema, this is the first introduction to French cinma which contains information usually found in separate volumes.
Understanding Cinema - A Psychological Theory of Moving Imagery
Understanding Cinema analyzes the moving imagery of film and television from a psychological perspective. Per Persson argues that spectators perceive, think, apply knowledge, infer, interpret, feel and make use of knowledge, assumptions, expectations and prejudices when viewing and making sense of film. Drawing psychology and anthropology, he explains how close-ups, editing conventions, character psychology and other cinematic techniques work, and how and why they affect the spectator. This study integrates psychological and culturalist approaches to meanings and reception in new ways. Anchoring the discussion in concrete examples from early and contemporary cinema, Understanding Cinema also analyzes the design of cinema conventions and their stylistic transformations through the evolution of film.
Essential Cinema - An Introduction to Film Analysis (Explore Our New Communications 1st Editions)
Succinct, lively, and affordable, ESSENTIAL CINEMA: AN INTRODUCTION TO FILM ANALYSIS vividly illustrates principles in action as it helps you develop effective skills in close analysis. The book is packed with frame captures you can readily relate to, and it also features interviews with film practitioners throughout, giving you insight into real-world practice.
Subversion: The Definitive History of Underground Cinema
Subversion: The Definitive History of Underground Cinema is the indispensable history of underground cinema, an untold story that includes the British independent and French avant-garde cinemas of the 1920s, the counterculture film movements of the 1960s, the microcinema resurgence of the 1990s, and beyond. Dispensing with simplistic "art versus commerce" discourses, Subversion not only discovers the cultural roots of underground filmmaking in bohemian cabarets of nineteenth-century Paris and the fairbooths of medieval London, but situates the underground as a radical and popular subculture separate from mainstream cinema and avant-garde film.
Martine Girault - Revival (JVC release) (2012)
Elsaesser Film Theory
Elsaesser, Film Theory: An Introduction Through the Senses
Unraveling French Cinema: From L'Atalante to Cach
Japanese Cinema: Film Style and National Character
This book makes Japanes movies accessible to Western audiences. It is a succinct history of Japanese film through 1970 as well as an exploration of Japanese culture. The book is comprehensive and discusses both well-known classics and popular films. The author does a good job of establishing the historical basis for the important post-war films. The book includes numerous stills from over 75 films, and a great appendix are great tools for building a film buffs must-see list!
Film Architecture and the Transnational Imagination - Set Design in 1930s European Cinema
European cinema between World Wars I and II was renowned for its remarkable attention to detail and visual effects in set design.
Digital Tutors - Introduction to Rendering in CINEMA 4D
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The Hidden Cinema - British Film Censorship in Action 1913-1972
How does film censorship work in Britain? Jim Robertson's new paperback edition of The Hidden Cinema argues that censorship has had a far greater influence on British film history than is often apparent, creating the `hidden cinema' of the title. Robertson charts the role of the British Board of Film Censors, established in 1913, and the histories of a variety of noteworthy films including Battleship Potemkin and No Orchids for Miss Blandish and revealing how censorship continues to exert a marked influence on many important films - like the controversial A Clockwork Orange - some of which have now vanished from British screens altogether. This edition includes a brand new section on Bernardo Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris, immediately engulfed in censorship wrangles on its release in 1972.
The Mystical Gaze of the Cinema
The Mystical Gaze of the Cinema is meticulously researched, theoretically informed and written in a style that is at once graceful and accessible.Robert Rosen, Dean, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Fear Factory - Transgression (2005) FLAC
Film History: An Introduction
The third edition of Film History is thoroughly updated and includes the first comprehensive overviews of the impact of globalization and digital technology on the cinema. Any serious film scholar--professor, undergraduate, or graduate student--will want to read and keep Film History.
Hong Kong Cinema Since 1997: The Post-Nostalgic Imagination
"This is a timely look at Hong Kong cinema after the establishment of the HKSAR in 1997. The consequences of the territorys change in sovereignty form the backdrop for this nuanced study of local history, memory, nostalgia and identity in Hong Kong cinema in the ten years after the Handover. Although the Hong Kong commercial film industry has been in a slump, Hong Kong cinema continues to produce border-crossing blockbusters, glean critical accolades, inspire academic analysis, and demand the continuing devotion of fans around the world. This book makes an important contribution to a growing body of scholarly literature on contemporary Hong Kong cinema, and it provides a valuable update on current trends and practices in Hong Kong film culture." -- Gina Marchetti, University of Hong Kong
Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Full Retail - Win/Mac
As well as containing all of the features found in CINEMA 4D Prime, Visualize and Broadcast, CINEMA 4D Studio adds advanced character tools, hair, a physics engine and an unlimited client network for rendering. The result is that CINEMA 4D Studio can tackle any project you throw at it with ease.
video2brain - CINEMA 4D Lab: The matte painting (French)
This workshop focuses on the essential skills to understand by the tools at our disposal: Projection Man in the first place, and since this version R14, Tool Calibrator camera, which offers new opportunities in these areas. With an approach linking production and theory, and navigating between CINEMA 4D, Photoshop and After Effects, you approprierez tools needed to address the final workshop: creating a complete scene, history put you in a production situation .
American Cinema 1890-1909: Themes and Variations (Screen Decades: American Culture/American Cinema)
Beginning with all the early types of pictures that moved, this volume tells the story of the invention and consolidation of the various processes that gave rise to what we now call "cinema." By examining the battles over patents, production, exhibition, and the reception of film, readers learn how going to the movies became a social tradition in American society.
A History of the French New Wave Cinema
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