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    Gil Bettman

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Directing the Camera: How Professional Directors Use a Moving Camera to Energize Their Films

by: Gil Bettman

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On motion picture and television sets today the director spends 90% of his time directing the camera. Professional actors come to set prepared to direct themselves. In spite of this recent change, 90% of all books on directing do not teach specifically how to direct the camera. Gil Bettman’s ‘Directing the Camera’ fills that void by teaching the elements of craft that contemporary directors use to give their films the visually dynamic look preferred by audiences today.

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Gil Bettman is a director and an Associate Professor in the Dodge College at Chapman University. He studied creative writing with Robert Lowell at Harvard, and, in 1970, was awarded the Harvard Prize for literary excellence. Bettman has directed three feature films: "Crystal Heart", "Never Too Young to Die", and "Night Vision", as well as multiple episodes of the television series "Fall Guy" and "Knight Rider". He also directed numerous rock videos for a variety of artists including Chicago and Sammy Hagar. He recently completed "The Long Road to Cabo", a feature documentary for Hagar. More information about Gil Bettman is available under "faculty" at www.ftv.chapman.edu/faculty/
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On motion picture and television sets today the director spends 90% of his time directing the camera. Professional actors come to set prepared to direct themselves. In spite of this recent change, 90% of all books on directing do not teach specifically how to direct the camera. Gil Bettman’s ‘Directing the Camera’ fills that void by teaching the elements of craft that contemporary directors use to give their films the visually dynamic look preferred by audiences today.

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ISBN: 9781615931668
SKU: 171402892/Done
Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
Publish Date: January 1, 2014
Page Count: 232

“Directing the Camera: How Professional Directors Use a Moving Camera to Energize Their Films”

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