PRACTICAL ARTS 101 - FILMMAKING

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PRACTICAL ARTS 101 - FILMMAKING

Post  RayMart on Sat Apr 25, 2009 3:48 pm

PRACTICAL ARTS
101
Film Making

Practical Arts
A general course about career education or any attempt to improve one’s life by assisting in planning to pursue an education

Film Making
Is the process of making film. The nature of the film, and the budget, determine the size and type or crew used during film making. Many Hollywood adventure films employs a cast and crew of thousands and have complicated computer generated imagery (CGI) while a low budget independent film maybe made with a skeleton crew often paid little.
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Post  RayMart on Sat Apr 25, 2009 3:50 pm

Movie and Television Regulatory Censorship Board (MTRCB)
Cuts various scenes that are unfit for public viewing. Scenes that are cut are those immoral, violent, scandalous, rebellious by nature against the government, etc.

CGI
Is the application of the field of computer graphics (or more especially effects, 30 computer graphics) to special effects in films, TV programs, commercials, simulators and simulation generally and printed editing film.
Is made possible depending on the kind of film editing software such as:
a. Pinnacle Studio 10/ Liquid Software
b. ADOBE Premiere
c. VEGAS
d. U-Lead

Computer Graphics
The set of technologies used to create art with computers. Arts are designs created using such technologies.

Clapper Board
Photographic equipment used to synchronize sound and motion pictures boards held in front of a movie are banged together.

Film
A form of entertainment the enacts by sequence of images giving the illusion of continues movement.

Movie
Sequence of photographs projected unto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity
A connective animated narrative represented in this form.

Video Recording
A recording of both the video and audio components (especially containing a recording of a movie or television program)

Indie Film
Is an independent film that is considered in the film industry as a more free-expression, low-budget films, initially produced without financing or distribution from a major movie studio. Creative business and technological reasons have all contributed to the growth of the indie film scene in the late 20th and early 21st century.
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Production Staff
The people behind the production of a film that includes technical staff behind the scene like camera men, PA’s (Production Assistants) location scouts, script writers, cinematographers, digital directors and staff, production clerks, etc.

Film Director
The person who orchestrates the artistic or dramatic aspects of a film. The role typically includes:
• Defining the overall artistic vision of the film,
• Controlling the content and flow of the film’s plot,
• Directing the performances of the actors, both mechanically by putting them in certain positions (i.e. blocking and dramatically by eliciting the required range of emotions, and;
• Organizing and selecting the location in which the film will be shoot

Cast
The actors in the play or movie /film including main characters, villains (character actors), all acting crews plus extras.

Villain (Character Actors)
Is a bad person, especially in fiction. Villains are the fictional characters or perhaps fictionalized characters in drama and melodrama who do evil deliberately and works against the hero. Are such villains are the most inevitable plot device, and more than the heroes. The villains are the crucial elements upon which plots turn.

Major Characters
The person in the film where they play the major role of exemplifying the moral lesson of the story being filmed.

Bit Roles
A short role in the film where a character personified will make the story film complete.

Internalization
To make (a type of behavior/characteristic, etc.) part of one’s personality.

Sound Tract
Sound recording in a narrow strip of a motion picture film; the music that accompanies a movie. A commercial recording of much music.
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Post  RayMart on Sat Apr 25, 2009 3:51 pm

Setting
The time and location in which the story takes place. For some stories the setting is very important while for others it is not. There are several aspects of a story’s setting to consider when examining how setting contributes to a story (some, or all, maybe present in story)
a. Place
Geographical location … “Where the action of the story is taking place?
b. Time
“When is the story taking place?
c. Weather condition
“Is it rainy? Sunny? Stormy, etc.?
d. Social condition
What is the daily life of the character’s life?
e. Mood or atmosphere
“What feeling is created at the beginning of the story ? is it bright and cheerful or dark and frightening?

Plot
The plot is how the author arranges events to develop the basic ideal. It is the sequence of events in the story or play. The plot is a planned, logical series of events having a beginning, middle, and end. The short story has usually one plot so it can be read in one setting. There are four essential parts of plot:
1. Introduction
• The beginning of the story where the characters and settings is revealed.
2. Rising Action
• This is where the events in the story become complicated and the conflict in the story is revealed (events between the introduction and climax)
3. Climax
• Is the highest point of interest and the turning point of the story. The readers wonder what will happen next; will the conflict be resolved or not.
4. Falling Action
• The events and complications begin to resolve themselves. The reader knows what has happened next and if the conflict was resolved or not (events between climax and denouement).
5. Denouement
• This is the final outcome or untangling of events in the story.

It is helpful to consider climax as threefold phenomenon; the main character:
1. Receives new information
2. Accepts this information (receives but does not necessarily agrees with it)
3. Acts on this information
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