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Presentation 1, Part 3 - Film Terms and Techniques, Pre- And Post-production

Presentation 1, Part 3 - Film Terms and Techniques, Pre- And Post-production

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Published by: Stuart Henderson on Jun 08, 2010
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Film Techniques
part 3: pre-and post-production
Shots are sometimes sketched in advance and in sequence, likea comic strip, thus allowing the filmmaker to outline the
mise enscène
and construct the editing continuity before productionbegins.Producers and studios like directors who do this, becauseproduction money isn't being wasted on 'dead time' on theset; crews don't have to sit idly while a director thinks aboutthe next set-up.Alfred Hitchcock said that he found this the mostinteresting part of making a film. Once he had plannedevery shot, the actual filming was just finishing the job.Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson and Sam Mendes allregularly use storyboards.

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