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Download Grammar of the Film Language - Daniel Arijon
Grammar of the Film Language

This unique magnum opus -- 640 pages and 1,500 illustrations -- of the visual narrative techniques that form the "language of filmmaking has found an avid audience among student filmmakers everywhere. This "language" is basic to the very positioning and moving of players and cameras, as well as the sequencing and pacing of images. It does not date as new technologies alter the means of capturing images on film and tape. Basic to the very scripting of a scene or planning of a shoot Arijon's visual narrative formulas will enlighten anyone involved in the film industry -- including producers, directors, writers and animators etc.

Author: Daniel Arijon
Pages: 624 pages
Format: PDF
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