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What They Don't Teach You at Film School: 161 Strategies For Making Your Own Movies No Matter What (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 16. August 2000

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  • Taschenbuch: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Hachette Books (16. August 2000)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0786884770
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786884773
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 13 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,2 x 20,3 cm
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You don't have to go to film school to make movies, and WHAT THEY DON'T TEACH YOU AT FILM SCHOOL offers a cheaper alternative than a year's tuition at any so-called centre of excellence. This incredible book has effective solutions for surviving both the large and small crises of filmmaking. From how to finish (or get started on..) a script, through dealing with jealous actors, abandoned lovers, mutinous film crews, angry landlords, and even angrier investors, the two authors of this book know what it takes to get to the top, no matter what. Film industry veterans Camille Landau and Tiare White draw from their own experiences and those of other filmmakers to show readers how to make a film on their own terms. Filled with pointed anecdotes, warm humour, and healthy common sense, sections include: * Inventing celebrity. * Taking story meetings with eight year olds. * How shyness will get you nowhere. * Ten answers to 'Are you done yet?' * Don't fall in love with the cast or crew (but if you do...)

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Camille Landau and Tiare White are graduates of the American Film Institute and the USC film school. Together they have made over 30 short films, many of which have won awards in festivals throughout the world, and Freestyle, an award-winning feature-length documentary. They are currently in post-production for their first dramatic feature, Three Loves, and live in Southern California.

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6 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Stefan Georg am 15. Mai 2007
Format: Taschenbuch
Sehr lesenswert auch für jene, die sich ganz allgemein für Film interessieren und nicht unbedingt ihren eigenen Film zu produzieren planen. Vielen Tips, Ideen und Ratschläge lassen sich sogar auf andere Projekte als Filmprojekte übertragen.

Das Buch gibt einen Einblick über das soziale Gefüge und die wirtschaftlichen Grundlagen der Filmproduktion in den Vereinigten Staaten und nur dort. Die besondere Situation in Europa und insbesondere Deutschland mit hauptsächlich staatlichen Filmhochschulen und Filmförderungsprogrammen ist den Autorinnen offenbar gänzlich unbekannt. Um so interessanter ist es, die Filmindustrie aus diesem amerikanischen, sehr viel stärker kommerziell orientierten Blickwinkel zu betrachten.

Ach und fast hätte ich es vergessen: es liest sich mit viel Vergnügen. Die 161 Kapitelchen sind gespickt mit wahren oder erfundenen Geschichten und viel Humor.
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15 von 18 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Michael Schneider am 2. Dezember 2002
Format: Taschenbuch
Bestes Buch überhaupt, wenn es darum geht sich informieren, wie man den harten Alltag als Filmemacher übersteht, sich motiviert zu schreiben, den Umgang mit Darstellern, Hausbesitzern, Crew-Mitgliedern und allen die etwas mit dem Marketing-Prozess zu tun haben erfolgreich angeht.
Am Rande wird auch auf technische Aspekte des Filmschaffens eingegangen, hauptsächlich wie man die Produktion verbilligt, aber nicht mit der Tiefe eines Lehrbuchs.
Die Tipps werden mit garniert mit Humor und anschaulichen Beispielen vermittelt.
Negativ fiel mir nur auf, dass die Autoren denken es gäbe keine Filmindustrie außerhalb Amerikas...(aber genau das werden wir Ihnen ja beweißen nachdem wir sie mit den Tipps schlagen, die sie uns in ihrem Buch vermitteln)
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56 von 61 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A Great Book - Inspiring and Encouraging - Plus Useful ! 25. September 2001
Von turtlex - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
If you've read some of my other reviews, then you know that I'm a true filmmaker wanna-be.
I love film and read about making films to feed my dream.
I've read text book style books, handbooks, and how-to's.
This book actually defies those brandings and makes itself into something all together new - an ENCOURAGING, HUMORFUL and HELPFUL book about what you have to do to make a film.
What a revelation I've found when by chance I purchased this book here at Amazon.
For those wondering, this is NOT a how-to guide.
What it is - well, it's a great book which does something (repeatedly) that very few other books about the art and craft of filmmaking do - it ENCOURAGES YOU TO MAKE FILMS: small films or grand epics, or videos of your dog - it doesn't matter - all they suggest is that you tell your story.
It encourages you to make a film - no matter what - if that's what you want to do - this book ENCOURAGES you to do so.
There's a whole lot of sensible information here, along with some gentle guidelines for deciding if filmmaking is really something for you.
With chapters titled "Fix the script, the rest will follow", "Sultans, dentists and Uncle Al" and my favorite "Donuts, red vines and keeping the crew together: the care and feeding of the set" you get a feel for the humor that's also used throughout.
Ultimately though, you have to ask the question, for a future filmmaker, is this book useful?
I'd have to answer a resounding yes!
It reinforces the notion that if you make a movie, no matter if it sells or doesn't, makes a million or never screens for anyone but your best friends - you are a filmmaker. That's a great gift to the reader.
Buy this book before you invest too much else in text and handbooks, and how-to guides. You won't be disappointed and you'll be getting a very good read.
Good luck making your film.
Best Regards,
turtlex
44 von 49 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great for insomniacs! 9. Dezember 2003
Von "jumpingjehosifats" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
To try and level the playing field I felt I had to write this review. If you are an aspiring film-maker then you probably fall into one of three categories: 1. Going to film school, 2. Not going but going to use daddy's money to make an artsy film, 3. Just wanna get out there and make a cool film or 10.
The first 2 will probably enjoy the book. It doesnt tell you much about making films but feeds you with plenty of artsy stuff to impress the chicks at the coffee shop, ie "When having script-writing problems - Take out that picture of the moment you first met - Its a good idea when your just starting a project to write yourself a note about what it means to you and save it in a sealed envelope to take out in moments just like this!" - and this section continues with paragraphs headed, "Go on a special vacation together","seperation, or an open marriage", "divorce....now that you and your script dont have an exclusive relationship with each other, it might be easier...."!!!!
If this is the kind of stuff you enjoy reading then go for it. This book is really full of it.
If you just want to get out there and make films read "Rebel Without a Crew" by Robert Rodriguez first of all!! Then read "How To Shoot a Feature Film for Under $10,000" by Bret Stern.
Believe me after reading, "What they dont teach you at film school" I'm glad I didnt go to film school and I'm not sure that I learnt anything from this book either.
I tell a lie, I learnt that there are some really dull and condescending books out there.
In summary there's not that much in here that will help you out if you actually want to write, produce and direct an actual film.
Also cures insomnia. Only use under medical supervision!
35 von 40 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Encouraging, insightful, conversational, and intelligent 17. Februar 2001
Von yarden - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Sometimes I randomly buy books like this that SOUND like they have a really great premise, but they turn out to be amateur and doltish. Not so with this book -- it more than delivered on the promise made by the title and description. What a book!
I was struck in the first few pages at the encouraging tone of the book, and then again by the heft of the authors' intellects -- wow, these women have brains! But brains aren't all they have. They've got plenty of common sense about filmmaking with which they have been more than generous in their book. I learned more about filmmaking than I have from reading any other book, and at the same time I was energized and ready to pick up a camera, instead of discouraged and ready to run far away from any dreams of filmmaking.
It may be too late to go to film school, but it's never too late to read this book and get the down-low on everything you could want to know about making a film, conceptually, practically, and realistically. I'll have to read this book a few more times, and keep it close at hand for reference.
Well done, Camille and Tiare.
15 von 16 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A MUST Have if Your a Filmmaker 1. November 2001
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I read lots of filmmaking books. I didn’t go to film school, so by reading these books it gives me an insight into the theories and aspects of filmmaking that I never thought about before.
It still amazes me that I can actually learn new things about a visual medium from a book, but I always have. Every time I’m at the local bookstore I swing by the film section to see if there is anything new worth reading. (Plus it’s a great location to meet new people to get involved in my future projects.) A couple of weeks ago I picked up “What They Don’t Teach You at Film School: 161 Strategies For Making Your Own Movie No Matter What” by Camille Landau and Tiare White.
At first I was skeptical about this book. Any filmmaking book that promises to show me the yellow brick road to Hollywood and filmmaking success just makes me laugh since we all know that no book can show each of us this path since it’s different for everyone. But, as I flipped through the book there in the aisle I found myself laughing and learning new things so I had to bring it home with me.
The book is organized into chapters named catchy phrases as “It’s the budget, stupid…”, “Sex, lies, and 16mm….” , and “Friends, enemies, lovers, and thieves.” Within each of these chapters is an ongoing bulleted list that make up the 161 strategies mentioned in the title of the book.
What I liked so much about this book is the mix of blunt honesty, real world insight and sharp humor. The authors are both graduates of USC film school and together have made over 30 short films. After completing the book I could tell that they’ve “seen battle” and are not just looking for a quick buck from writing a book. (Although, I hope they make a few because they deserve it.)
I think the reason why I really liked this book so much was that it covered every aspect of movie making. What I mean is that not only will it give you tips on fixing your script (pg 54), pitching your story (pg 132) and how to finance your project (pg 201). But, they even share a recipe for cookies to help you bribe your editor if need be. (pg 26) They realize that there is much more to filmmaking then actors, producers and cameramen. They take the time to talk about life, family and the heartaches you may run into along the way to making your blockbuster.
My copy is already earmark, highlighted and beat up from flipping back and forth for a confidence boost when I needed it during a rough spot on recent Foo Projects. Trust me when I say this will be the best (money) you spend for your next project.
I’m not the type of guy to spoil the ending, but the last point made in the book is the most important one to remember:
“#161 DO IT AGAIN: If you want to make films, make films.”
I couldn’t have said it better! Happy reading!
17 von 19 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Mine the Hype and You'll Maybe Find a Diamond or Two 8. November 2002
Von "bigmorty2" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It's kind of ridiculous for this book to advertise itself as "161 Strategies to Making Your Own Movie". Very few of the 161 items can be called strategies at all, and most aren't really even advice of any sort. Most of the book, unfortunately, amounts to hype. And while this seems to be satisfying the fly-by-night wannabee readers, those of us who actually have made films - or who are struggling to do so - are left with very little practical guidance.
That being said, there are a number of helpful nuggets of wisdom to be found. With 161 entries, they had to get lucky a few times, and they did. There are several tricks and tools that are described, typically for the ultra-low- and no-budget filmmaker, that can help minimize costs and make your production easier and/or more successful. But if you want to find it, you have to be willing to dig through self-help lectures, third grade time management advice and methods for looking cool at parties.
All-in-all, not a total waste of time and money, if you've got some of each to throw around.
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