3 edition of A gaffer"s perspective on independent filmmaking found in the catalog.
A gaffer"s perspective on independent filmmaking
Rick M. Lord
|Statement||Rick M. Lord|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.P7 L67 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011035385|
independent film: its ontology (what is independent film or what defines a notion of The five chapters in part one of the book discuss the meaning of independent film from the historical perspective of Hollywood’s creation of their independent Independent Filmmaking Around the Globe shows that independent film is not a static. FILM LICIITll'C is a living, changing art. Ever more sensitive film emulsions influence the choice of lighting equipment; advanced lamp design dictates new ways of lighting. To cap ture the essence of these new methods, I ap proached several cinematographers and gaffers to discuss their work and Size: 8MB.
Here's a hypnotic video showing the importance of film lighting. Watch as this woman -- yes, this is just one woman -- finds her features altered as the lighting shifts around her. The plans of her face move, the vibe she projects alters, and the genre of film she's in morphs from drama to horror to comedy. (Hat tip: Sploid at Gizmodo.) The video. He is author of the book "A Gaffer"s Perspective on Independent making".
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Learning what dooms a production is only half of the process; teaching successful practices and techniques, while revealing many of the tricks of the trade used by Pages: A Gaffer’s Perspective on Independent FIlmmakIng ~ 11 the brain, but the technological side as well.
Notwithstanding, it’s the experiences I have had over the years that have exposed the truly gifted as well as the truly troubled. Over many decades, the business of filmmaking has been refined to an absolutely scientific process. A Gaffer's Perspective on Independent Filmmaking examines why so many first-time independent film productions are doomed to failure before the first day of principal photography ever begins.
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Lord. Haggling with checking out routine is no requirement. Haggling with checking out routine is no requirement. This book has the nuts and bolts of what goes into creating the looks of your favorite films but also stories of how challenges were overcome on set. It's a problem solver's dream.
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Oh, and digital cameras are cheaper than the film cameras of. There are tales, too, of solo sailors and families embarking on voyages across the oceans that have seen the Old Gaffers Association become a world-wide community.
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The Gaffer (gaffer definition) (Chief Lighting Technician) is the Lighting Technician on a film set that is responsible for the execution of the cinematographer’s lighting plan. He or she works directly with the cinematographer and runs the lighting crew to achieve the look of the film the DOP is going for.
Gaffer (filmmaking) In film and television crews, the gaffer or chief lighting technician is the head electrician, responsible for the execution (and sometimes the design) of the lighting plan for a production.
The term "gaffer" originally related to the moving of overhead equipment to control lighting levels using a gaff. Filmmaking, like any other art form, has its own language and vocabulary. Once that language is mastered, ﬁlms can be understood at a new level.
Camera angle: The position of the camera in relation to the subject it shows: above it, looking down (a high angle); on the same level (a straight-on angle); looking up (a low angle).File Size: 1MB.
The book is NOT a substitute for a lawyer, as every project has its own specific issues, but if you follow the path set out by this book, the cost of your production lawyer will be minimized -- as will the premium for your E&O insurance -- while your sense of legal security as an independent artist will be maximized/5(6).
It's the gaffer. And on this week's edition of Filmthe web series that shows you who's who on a movie set, you'll get some very illuminating facts about this essential behind-the-scenes role. Gaffers design, set-up and maintain lighting and lighting-related electrical needs on film and television production sets.
Gaffers often report to the Director of Photography and frequently supervise electricians on set. An understanding of the film-making process is a must as lighting affects the mood.
Camera department. Director of Photography (D.P) – is the head of all technical departments on a film crew and is responsible for establishing how the script is translated into visual images based on the director’s request. Camera Operator (C.O.) – Works closely with the D.P to determine the composition for each shot as instructed by the director.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Books shelved as filmmaking: In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch, Making Movies by Sidney Lumet, Rebel Without a Crew, or How a Year-Old Filmmaker.
Gaffers, Gofers, and Grips: Role-Based Coordination in Temporary Organizations Article (PDF Available) in Organization Science 17(1) February .Centre for Arts and Technology’s campus in Kelowna puts our film students in a central location with access to film sets in both the Okanagan and the Lower Mainland.
In addition to small independent film shoots and larger budget production industry projects, all of our students get the chance to direct at least one of their own short films.Richard Michael Lord (born Aug in Inglewood, California) is an American film actor, producer, director, gaffer and author.
He is perhaps most known for being a co-founder of Matchlight Films along with brothers Phillip Wade and Tim Wade. He is author of the book "A Gaffer's Perspective on Independent Filmmaking".