To ask about the nature of practice-based film education as it has emerged around the globe and exists today, is to begin to understand how filmmakers become filmmakers of a particular kind, with specific commitments and values. Ranging well beyond well-established film schools and onto the terrain of studios, clubs, film festivals, NGOs, peripatetic workshops, and alternative film schools, The Education of the Filmmaker in Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas asks probing questions about the goals of different kinds of film training and about the nature of their contributions, not only to the world of film, but to society. Looking at filmmaking in countries such as Nigeria, Qatar, the United States, the West Indies, and others, the contributors examine aspects such as audience response, film education for children, and the impact on crime.Ferdia MacAnnaa#39;s scriptwasexact apoitAsn/poteen isa specificallyand highly alcoholic beverage (60a95 percentproof)illegally brewed from potatoes inIreland. Miramaxwas ... Sound in Londonin2011, Gaston KaborAc surprisedthe audience by talkingof thesimplicityof means inhisapproach tousingsoundand making film. Forhimanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Education of the Filmmaker in Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-08-01|