Master the fundamentals of studio production procedure and become an effective leader on set. This book is your back-to-the-basics guide to studio-based lighting, set design, camera operations, floor direction, technical direction, audio capture, graphics, prompting, and assistant directing. Note: the companion website is still under development, but in the meantime the author's filmed lectures are all freely available on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRp_aSpO0y8cDqLjFGZ2s9A
Featuring scholarly perspectives from around the globe and drawing on a legacy of television studies, but with an eye toward the future, this authoritative collection examines both the thoroughly global nature of television and the multiple and varied experiences that constitute television in the twenty-first century.
This is not a compendium of TV trivia but rather a serious work intended "to be the reference work of first record, the beginning point for anyone interested in exploring and understanding the significance of television in our time." Under the auspices of the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago, some 300 contributors have addressed a variety of issues and topics.
This funny and entertaining video guides you through the fundamentals for getting great sound in your film or television project, from the bedrock of sound theory, sound gear, choices, and techniques, all the way through your production.
A funny and light-hearted guide which takes you through what you need to know to start seeing great lighting in your own projects. 1. Exposure, Shadows and Basic Technique 2. How Light Works 3. Exposure/Dynamic Range: The Right Amount Of Light 4. Shadows: Giving Light Shape5. Lighting: Basic Technique.
1. Intro 2. The Challenge Of Night Exteriors 3. Night Exteriors II 4. Not Just A Pretty Red 5. Creating Night 6. Perception Is Everything 7. Simplicity 8. Working Within Time And Budget 9. Morning Again 10. Evolving The Rules 11. Lighting Through The Director's Window 12. Night Exteriors III 13. Key Light Motivation And Telling The Story 14. Lighting Isn't Everything 15. Learning Cinematography.
An international, double-blind peer-reviewed journal designed to promote and encourage scholarship on all aspects of popular television, whether fictional or non-fictional, from docudramas and sports to news and comedy.
Provides an insider's perspective on the latest developments and trends in film, television and music both within the United States and globally. Also includes influential reviews of televisions shows.
Series bibles "come under various guises and can be used as a pitch document, a guide for directors, or additional info to be submitted along with a pilot episode." This site links to the texts of more than 40, including Battlestar Galactica, Breaking Bad, Lost, Grey's Anatomy, and more.