This second edition of the widely acclaimed Film Scriptwriting is a truly practical manual for the working writer. It provides all the clear, step-by-step guidance you need to script both fact and feature film and video - from getting and developing ideas to the writing of master scene or shooting script. Featured in this new edition are annotated excerpts from some of today's most successful films, selected to point up principles and techniques discussed. Interviews with working film specialists reveal the things professional directors, producers, story editor, and analysts look for in appraising the scripts that come across their desks.A Practical Manual Dwight V Swain, Joye R Swain. down. Reduce volume of music or sound effects, as in such script instructions as ... To record dialogue or other sound to match action in shots already filmed. edit (editing, editor). ... An optical effect used as a transitional device, in which the picture on the screen gradually goes to black (fade out) or takes form from black (fade in). ... Often the action takes place in front of a large, blank fabric backdrop called a cyclorama. lip sync.
|Author||:||Dwight V Swain, Joye R Swain|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1988-08-24|