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ac186bab57 16.Fans, Friends and Followers: Building an Audience and a Creative Career in the Digital Age In order to have a long career, you need an audience. Rise and Shine Films Also this: Running the Show: The Essential Guide to Being a First Assistant Director By Liz Gill More info on the actual process of making a film than any other book I have read so far. You have to read Hamlet and you have to read it again and you have to read it until you understand every word. - J. Building this audience is the hardest thing any filmmaker does over the course of their career, no matter how long or short. Regardless of your feelings about the films released under the Dogme95 charter -- the initial crop (The Celebration, The Idiots, Mifune, The King is Alive & Julien Donkey-Boy) are amongst some of my favourite cinema -- the central concept of stripping cinema back to its fundamentals without a reliance on the bevy of tools filmmakers have at their disposal, is a very empowering message to take onto set with you. From countless interviews with all of the key players from both decades, each of these books provides a fascinating chronicle of the stories behind the stories. Understanding the right rhythm of each story is an essential skill. Riley doesnt stop with just standard film scripts either. If ever there was an inspiring example of what an indie filmmaker can do on a low budget, this is it.
I'd have to add 'Directing Actors' by Judith Weston (apologies if someone has already mentioned this). This book is just pure GOLD. It is jam-packed with information on every aspect of making a movie from pre-production all the way through to post-production and distribution. Top 10 Film Books #5: The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide: A Down & Dirty DV Production What happens when you want to make a documentary, but dont have a lot of time, money or experience? Well, according to author Anthony Q. And then you know what? Then youre going to go back and read Aristotles Poetics until you can quote it. Top 10 Film Books #7: How to Shoot Video That Doesnt Suck: Advice to Make Any Amateur Look Like a Pro This book is a quick and easy guide that will teach you how to make your videos a whole lot better. Cinematography: Theory and Practice: Image Making for Cinematographers and Directors ThisBlain Brownbook does a good job of breaking downprocesses and techniques in very easy to understand ways. Custer Yes. I've bought a lot of film books (including a few of the ones listed above) but if I had to throw all but one of them away, Directing the Documentary would be the one I'd keep.