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1)Direction - A Director may or may not write the screenplay but certainly visualizes it, controlling the film's artistic and dramatic aspects while guiding the technical crew and actors in the fulfillment of the vision. 2)Acting - Actors depict characters in stories using their voices, appearances, bodies and gestures. They can work in movies, television, commercials, theater, theme parks and clubs. While working as an actor, they perform for entertainment and informational purposes. 3)Script Writing - The basic contradictions a writer has to face. You know that a reader, probably not the producer, is going to be the first person at the production company \ 4)Film Making - The course teaches you how modern filmmakers make feature length projects and offers practical experience of trying to make such projects. The collaborative nature of modern film making is a course for students with aspirations as directors, producers, camera ops, editors etc. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Direction, Acting, Script Writing and Film Making (1)


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SRM FILM SCHOOL
  • Presentation on
  • Direction
  • Acting
  • Script Writing
  • Film Making

Contact Us srmfilmschool.com
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1.Direction.
  • A Director may or may not write the screenplay
    but certainly visualizes it, controlling the
    film's artistic and dramatic
  • aspects while guiding the technical crew and
    actors in the fulfillment of the vision.
  • The Film Direction course at Digital Academy -
    The Film School prepares the student in diverse
    aspects over a relatively
  • short period of time. Classes are held thrice a
    week, and students are required to watch at least
    three major films outside
  • classroom hours every week and write their own
  • screenplay.

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Photo Gallery of Direction
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2. Acting.
  • Actors depict characters in stories using their
    voices, appearances, bodies and gestures. They
    can work in movies, television, commercials,
    theater, theme parks and clubs. While working as
    an actor, they perform for entertainment and
    informational purposes. Actors can play main
    characters or supporting roles, and they must
    audition for casting directors to land a part.

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Photo Gallery of Acting.
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3.Script Writing
  • The basic contradictions a writer has to face.
    You know that a reader, probably not the
    producer, is going to be the first person at the
    production company or studio to read your script,
    so you have to impress this person. We know that
    motion pictures are all about what you see on
    screen, so youd think that the descriptive
    passages of a script would be important. And they
    are. But readers often skip through them to get
    to the dialogue because they think, sometimes
    correctly, that the character is shaped by the
    dialogue.

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3.Script Writing
  • Scriptwriters are the incredibly talented people
    who write scripts for feature films, sitcoms,
    television dramas, radio plays, cartoons, TV
    adverts, West End musicals, and anything else you
    can think of where adlibbing actors just wont
    suffice!

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4.Film Making.
  • The course teaches you how modern filmmakers make
    feature length projects and offers practical
    experience of trying to make such projects. The
    collaborative nature of modern film making means
    that this is a course for students with
    aspirations as directors, producers, camera ops,
    editors etc. who would not want to develop both
    their aesthetic and business skills for a long
    successful career working on feature length
    documentaries or fiction films.
  • gt The aim is that at the end of the course the
    students will have received a through education
    in the needs and techniques of the micro -budget
    film business and have the skills to be able to
    negotiate favorable terms for their current to be
    distributed.

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