Beginning Filmmaking: 100 Easy Steps from Script to Screen

Beginning Filmmaking: 100 Easy Steps from Script to Screen

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By (author) Elliot Grove

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  • Publisher: METHUEN DRAMA
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 214mm x 276mm x 10mm | 540g
  • Publication date: 31 July 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 140811397X
  • ISBN 13: 9781408113974
  • Illustrations note: Colour throughout
  • Sales rank: 327,799

Product description

For the aspiring filmmaker this inspirational book provides a complete introductory course in filmmaking skills. It offers 100 easy projects to guide you through the filmmaking process, from first steps and writing the script, and on to producing, directing and publicising your finished work. This is a complete 'blue print' to making a film. Based on professional practice, each project utilises readily-available, low-budget equipment and software, and will allow you to get started immediately. Each of the 100 projects takes you right the way through writing your script, selling the idea, raising finance, directing, shooting and camerawork, special effects and post production. Once your film is finished, there are further steps to market and publicise your work at film festivals, through the internet and through film markets and distribution. This book shows how to turn your passion for film into a career.

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Author information

Elliot Grove founded Raindance Film Festival, the British Independent Film Awards and Raindance.TV . He has produced over 150 short films, and 5 feature films. Elliot teaches writers and producers in the US, UK, Europe, and Japan and is author of two books on film scriptwriting and producing.

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'My first choice...a welcome Christmas present for film students and film students.' The Stage Website (November 2009)