Directing Feature Films: The Creative Collaboration Between Directors, Writers and Actors
The director is the guide, the inspiration and the focus that can shepherd hundreds of artists through the most chaotic, complex collaboration imaginable. But how does one person draw all these individuals together to realize a single vision?
Directing Feature Films takes you through the entire creative process of filmmaking — from concept to completion. You will learn how to really read a script, find its core, determine your vision and effectively communicate with writers, actors, designers, cinematographers, editors, composers and all the members of your creative team to ensure that vision reaches the screen.
- Publisher Michael Wiese Productions
- Date available: 05/01/2002
- Publication date: 05/01/2002
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Mark Travis
Mark is one of the best-known and most respected teachers of film directing in the world. Drawing from his impressive background in writing, acting and directing in theatre, film and television, Mark brings new insights and clarity to the complex task of directing a feature film. Mark is the author of the best-seller DIRECTING FEATURE FILMS: the Creative Collaboration Between Writers, Directors and Actors.