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TitleGrammar of the film language
Author Daniel Arijon
Imprint London : Focal Press, 1984
Edition 1st ed
Descript 624 p. : ill.; 22 cm


Film language as a system of visual -- The importance of parallel film editing -- Defining the basic tools -- The triangle priciple -- Dialogue between two players -- Three-player dialogue -- Dialogue involving four or more persons -- Editing patterns for static dialogue scenes -- The nature of screen motion -- Cutting after the movement -- Motion inside the screen -- Motion into and out of shot -- Player A moves towards player B -- Using master shots to cover motions on the screen -- Player A moves away from player B -- Players move together -- Soving difficult editing stituations -- Other types of motion -- Twenty basic rules for camera -- The panning camera -- The travelling camera -- The cameara crane and the zoom lens -- Action scenes -- Editing in the camera -- Moving from zone to zone -- Combined techniques -- Film punctuation

Motion pictures -- Technique Motion pictures -- Production and direction

Communication Arts Library791.4302 A699G 1984CHECK SHELVES
Communication Arts Library791.4302 A699G 1984CHECK SHELVES

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