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Lady Samantha has written 1 Film Production articles, has received +6 recommendations and is currently the #16 ranked expert in this subject.
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There are different shots according to the position in the screen; these are the Master shot, the Establishing shot, the Point-of View (POV) shot, the Reaction shot and the Over-the-Shoulder shot.The Master shot is the shot that covers the entire scene where the action happens. This shot establishes the relations between the characters in the scene. The Establishing shot is a shot that shows or establishes the geography of the place.The Point-of-View (POV) shot is the shot of the camera that sho...
Published by hunterfact 52 months ago in Film Production | +0 votes | 0 comments
Films should be idealized to be more close to home compared to what we see or what we usually look forward to during the film festivals in december. Filmmaking should be further be put into scrutiny and examination to make it into it's most perfect form. For a better form of showing the film's spirituality.
Published by Antonio Imperial 54 months ago in Film Production | +1 votes | 0 comments
Dead Poets Society was a film first produced in 1989. It directed by Peter Weir and stars Robin Williams. An American film, this movie has a setting in the Welton Academy of 1959 and is about the story of an English literature teacher who inspires his young high school age students to "seize the day," using poetry and the love of words as a foundation. Written and based off Tom Schulman, this film has received generally high reviews. It has a very serious message: To follow ones heart.
Published by Cameron Davis 55 months ago in Film Production | +0 votes | 0 comments
The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most famous horror movies of all time. It played to packed houses everywhere and set new precedents for new horror movies. It is also the basis of many movie urban legends. Some of them seem outrageous but many of them are based on true events.
Published by Mark Feldt 56 months ago in Film Production | +5 votes | 0 comments
Legend3D is a media company that specializes in converting 2D video into 3D media.  The company converts media in all fields of visual entertainment including television, movies, advertisements, and concert videos.  Well known films the company has been a part of include The Smurffs, Conan the Barbarian, The Amazing Spiderman and Ghost Rider and Hugo. The company provided support for 3D commercials including Fanta, M&Ms, New Balance and HP.  They also did the 3D effects for Mi...
Published by Teresa Conti 59 months ago in Film Production | +3 votes | 0 comments
This is a summary review and blog of the future of the Dark Knight Franchise. Judging by the way the film ended, that means that Hollywood has some additional tricks up their sleeves, but with them sending out little bitty hints means that there is probably another Batman/ Robin film in the making as we speak.
Published by Jeramie Bizzle 62 months ago in Film Production | +0 votes | 0 comments
Weapons safety in film making is just as important as it is in the home and on the shooting range. Even though the majority of weapons that are used on film sets are not live firearms, there are still safety issues that must be addressed in order to keep the actors, crew and bystanders safe.
Published by Matthew Johnson 62 months ago in Film Production | +4 votes | 0 comments
Two films facts, used by film budgeters, in preparing film total budget needs, in their recommendations, for a studio film to proceed are given to the concerned filmmaker, as an adaptable measure in hich to base their own film budgetary needs. The reader will learn two key facts in determining whether they have enough money to really make a movie or at least a blue print of what needs to be changed in the making of their movie.
Published by Emperor Frederick Von Seidl 64 months ago in Film Production | +1 votes | 0 comments
Those who wish to make indie films will be excited to find out it can be done. It can even look great with a next to nothing budget. The people at Ghost Walk Productions make it look effortless while creating a indie short film, "The Farm". "The Farm" can now be purchased on DVD.
Published by Sharon Watkins 64 months ago in Film Production | +1 votes | 0 comments
Untitled is actually the title of a new award-winning film by British film director and actor Shaun Troke.It is of the horror/supernatural genre and will keep you on the edge of your seats throughout.It is totally believable and the actors make you share their fear.It will be released for a limited market in 2012.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 65 months ago in Film Production | +6 votes | 3 comments
Published by Review Summaries 65 months ago in Film Production | +0 votes | 0 comments
In this article, "How to make a no budget movie", the reader is exposed to the world of making a short movie for fun and profit. The article reveals to the reader, several steps needed to needed to make a successful movie for little or no money, using a variety of resources availble to and from the Internet, as well as the use of prosumer digital equipment. It is a beginner's lesson guide, designed for the new filmmmaker to learn from.
Published by Emperor Frederick Von Seidl 65 months ago in Film Production | +0 votes | 0 comments
When people mention “Horror” films or “Psychological-Thrillers” the first names that come to mind are most commonly Stephen King or Dean Koontz. If you are like myself and try to look for something different than what the majority is looking at you might discover another name that is VERY large outside the United States. This individual has two movies already and they are quite popular in Australia. Ursula Dabrowsky is a name that many in the horror industry know or ...
Published by Knojiwriter 66 months ago in Film Production | +2 votes | 0 comments
Currently the highest grossing movie to date in the USA is Avatar the epic science-fiction film written and directed by James Cameron which was released in 2009.It took over the record held by another Cameron epic Titanic which held the record for 12 years.Avatar was the first film to gross more than $2 billion but with the re-release of Titanic in 3D to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking it could overtake Avatar by the end of 2012.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 66 months ago in Film Production | +1 votes | 0 comments
The new documentary Bully may shed some light on school bullying. The film, which initially had an R rating because of language, is currently unrated and will be shown in many theaters as a limited release. It is hopeful that this film may prevent future instances of student bullying by creating awareness of this critical issue.
Published by Vickie Britton 66 months ago in Film Production | +3 votes | 0 comments