How does one effectively set a scene? What is the best camera angle for a particular mood? How does new technology interact with scenes? And how does one even get the financing to make a movie?
These basic questions and much more are covered in this book on the film industry and making movies as a profession. With insights for someone who wants to make movies as a full-time career, or just someone who is interested in film, 101 Things I Learned in Film School offers an inside view of the art and craft of filmmaking.
DATE: Monday, October 18th
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Harvard Book Store
1256 Massachusetts Avenue
TICKETS: This event is free; no tickets are required
Neil Landau is a screenwriter whose television and film credits include Don′t Tell Mom the Babysitter′s Dead, Melrose Place, Doogie Howser MD, The Magnificent Seven, and Twice in a Lifetime. He has developed feature films for 20th Century Fox, Disney, Universal, and Columbia Pictures, and television pilots for Warner Bros., Touchstone, Lifetime, and CBS. He works internationally as a script consultant and teaches at UCLA′s School of Film, Television, and Digital Media.
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