Festivals (where I saw it) and is quite impressive - a quite comprehensive approach modeled, I
after the classic Eastern European film schools like FAMU/Prague, from which Grlic himself
Oksana Dykyj wrote:
> At 02:04 PM 10/6/98 -0700, you wrote:
> >An instructor is looking for a video that discusses in detail the
> >filmmaking process. He is interested in showing students what happens
> >step-by-step (including film development) from the idea stage to the
> >finished product.
> >Does anyone know of such a title?
> >Kimberly Hale, Acquisitions Librarian/Coordinator of Collection Development
> >Library, Columbia College Chicago
> >624 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60605
> >(312)344-7355(voice) / (312)344-8062(fax)
> I recently acquired a CD-ROM called FOCUS!FROM THE MAGIC LANTERN TO IMAX.
> (1996 Micro-Intel 59.95CDN) I would imagine that any CD-Rom vendors could
> get it for you.
> The disc contains a total of 40 minutes running time of film demonstations,
> 140 screen pages, 200 pages of text and over 400 images from various
> archival sources and goes through a number of topics including basic
> principles (such as optics, color temperature etc), projection practices
> and history, film sizes, printing, color and processes, sound recording and
> equipment processes, screen formats etc.
> With a good data projector this turns out to be an excellent teaching tool.
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