How To Read a Film: Technology: Image & Sound

How To Read a Film: Technology: Image & Sound

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This is section 2 of How To Read a Film, enhanced and expanded. Richard Gilman referred to How to Read a Film as simply qthe best single work of its kind.q And Janet Maslin in The New York Times Book Review marveled at James Monaco's ability to collect qan enormous amount of useful information and assemble it in an exhilaratingly simple and systematic way.q Indeed, since its original publication in 1977, this hugely popular book has become the definitive source on film and media. Monaco looks at film from many vantage points, as both art and craft, sensibility and science, tradition, and technology. Monaco stresses the still-evolving digital context of film throughout and his chapter on multimedia brings media criticism into the twenty-first century with a thorough discussion of topics like virtual reality, cyberspace, and the proximity of both to film. With hundreds of illustrative film stills and diagrams, How to Read a Film is an indispensable addition to the library of everyone who loves the cinema and wants to understand it better.The ActionandFantasy films that havedriven boxoffice for Hollywood in theoughts wouldna#39;t have been possible without therapid ... The second premise yields a series of special effects known as miniature or model shots and glass shots.

Title:How To Read a Film: Technology: Image & Sound
Author:James Monaco
Publisher:UNET 2 Corporation -


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