The introduction of film study or analysis into the school curriculum along with the presentation of courses on the art of cinema at several universities and universities of technology, has led to more and more students becoming cinema literate. Movies made easy is a guideline for students who want to discover or rediscover the joys of cinema, while focusing on important elements such as editing, subtext, directing and irony in a film. This is an update of Seeing sense - on film analysis, but provides greater balance between classic and contemporary films, and South African films and Hollywood blockbusters.
- The script
- Visual design
- The importance of the director
- Writing a film analysis or paper
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The script
Chapter 3: Cinematography
Chapter 4: Visual design
Chapter 5: Sound
Chapter 6: Editing
Chapter 7: Setting
Chapter 8: Acting
Chapter 9: The importance of the director
Chapter 10: Writing a film analysis or paper
Film analysis 1: Perfume: the story of a murderer
Film analysis 2: Little Miss Sunshine
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