Do książki o sygn. 7663 XXIV CZYt. dołączony jest komplet 2 płyt DVD o sygn. DVD.179 i DVD.181, do książki o sygn. P.6864 WYP. - komplet 2 płyt o sygn. DVD.180 i DVD.182.
If you are not into the nuances of making a film or even understanding how to review a film, this is a great first step. It breaks down the film into its parts and once you are done, you will actually look at movies in a new and exciting way. The companion CD is good, if film making is in your future, but wasn't necessary for a group of fiction writers. Even if you are not in a film class and just want to understand the making of films, this is a good reference.
When your film professor asks you to write about film, it's precisely those "invisible" aspects that you're expected to see. As "Looking at Movies" advises, you need to pay attention to the way the camera moves. Observe the composition (the light, shadow, and arrangement) within the frame. Think about how the film was edited. Note the sound design. In short, consider the elements that make up the film. How do they function, separately and together? Also think about the film in the context of when it was made, how, and by whom. In breaking down the film into its constituent parts, you'll be able to analyze what you see. In short, you'll be able to write a paper that transforms your thoughts and responses into writing that is appropriately academic.
Written by a top scholar in the field, "American Film: A History" gives students a thorough understanding of the fascinating intersection of artistry and economics in Hollywood cinema from the beginning of film history to the present. A beautiful book and a brisk read, "American Film" is the most enjoyable and interesting overview of the history of American filmmaking available. Focused on aspects of the film business that are of perennial interest to undergraduates, this book will engage students from beginning to end.