A unique and essential guide to Media Labs, spaces where new media, art and technology often come together. Gives advice on where they are, what they offer for digital media production and training and how to apply. Includes history and discussion of Media Labs and how they will play a key part in the digital world now and in the future.
Leipzig, past president of National Geographic Films and a former senior executive at Disney, reveals insider secrets, step-by-step instructions, and timesaving shortcutsNeverything one needs to approach financiers, actors, agents, and distributors like a savvy professional.
Offering workflow efficiencies for the experienced editor, this title teaches you the hows and whys of operating the system in order to reach streamlined, creative end solutions. It includes information on HD formats and workflows, color-correction and grading capability enhancements, and MXF media standardization.
The 1932 horror film "White Zombie" starring Bela Lugosi has received controversial attention from film reviewers and scholars - but it is unarguably a cult classic worthy of study. This book analyzes the film text from nearly every possible viewpoint, using both academic and popular film theories.
Today, the essay film has become a key cultural reference point. This book shows how the essay film's disjunctive method comes to be realized at the level of medium, montage, genre, temporality, sound, narration, and framing. It situates the essayistic urge within processes of filmic thinking that thrive in gaps.
Looks at the ways in which the Christian concept of redemption has been represented in film, from "It's a Wonderful Life" to "Taxi Driver". Concentrating on film noir and the work of Martin Scorsese, the book argues that the characteristic themes of noir confront religious issues.
Helps to learn the secrets of successfully marketing and selling your film at more than 1,000 film festivals around the world, including the best ones for indie, documentary, short, student, digital, animation and more. This title reveals how to get a film accepted and what to do after acceptance.
From Richard Wagner and George Lucas to Alfred Hitchcock and Maria Callas, Schroeder provides a fascinating account of one medium on another and demonstrates that opera can be found lurking in the background of a wide range of films.
Stars, studio heads and colleagues - David Putnam is a regular target - all come under Parker's merciless gaze as he works out the frustrations of being a professional film-maker with acid wit in this collection of cartoons.
Austin presents a multi-dimensional investigation of popular film as a commercial, cultural and social phenomenon, focusing on "Basic Instinct", "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and "Natural Born Killers"; and on important - and marketable - issues such as sex and violence.
This text puts women back into the history of camp. This is linked in with feminist discussions of gender, parody, performance, and spectatorship. Figures like Mae West, Joan Crawford and Madonna are examined, along with the films "Gold Diggers of 1933" and "Johnny Guitar".
Features theories, debates, and approaches to the study of film. This volume provides an overview of the main disciplinary approaches to film studies, an explanation of the main concepts and methods involved in film analysis, a survey of the main issues and debates in the study of film, and critical discussion of key areas.
A study of the rape-revenge film. Jacinda Read suggests that the rape-revenge cycle can be read as one of the primary ways in which Hollywood has attempted to make sense of feminism and the changing shape of heterosexual femininity in the post-1970 period.
This new edition of The Story of Film, published to coincide with the fascinating 15-hour film documentary airing in September 2011, updates the most accessible and compelling history of the medium yet published.
The scope of this collection is indicative of the breadth and diversity of music's role in cinema, as is its emphasis on musical contributions to 'non-musical' films. It brings together chapters that are concerned with the relationship between performance, music and film and the specificity of national, historical, social, and cultural contexts.
Film is considered to be the dominant art form of the twentieth century. It can be considered many other things; a record of events, a modern mythology, a career, an industry, an art, a hobby, and much else. Michael Wood explores the history of film, its venture into the digital age, and its role and impact on modern society.
This volume covers all aspects of film studies, including critical terms, concepts, movements, national and international cinemas, film history, genres, organizations, practices, and key technical terms and concepts. It is an ideal reference for students and teachers of film studies and anyone with an interest in film studies and criticism.
Since its original publication in 1977, this hugely popular book has become the definitive source on film and media. Now, Monaco offers a special anniversary edition of his classic work, featuring a new preface and several new sections.