Cinéaste

This is an amusing photo of Akira Kurosawa filming.

“In a mad world, only the mad are sane.” -Akira Kurosawa

Un article par Luc:

Je veux devenir une cinéaste. Une cinéaste dirige des films. Je veux être une cinéaste parce que j’aime faire l’imagination visible. Un salaire annuel de $16,000 à $300,000 est caractéristique pour cette profession. L’université de Texas à Austin offre une licence des sciences en RTF (radio-télévision-filme). En particulier je veut ouvrir mon propre société de production de cinéma. «The Film Director Prepares» est une livre écrit par Myrl A. Schreibman en 2006, qui s’agit du développement personnel pour dirigeant. Certains des gens que je respecte sont Shusuke Kaneko (Gamera), Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction), Ralph Bakshi (Wizards) and Tim Burton (Big Fish) parce qu’ils sont indépendants. L’inconvénient de ce profession est des gens qui mettent leurs amis dans ses filmes. Je vais habiter au sommet d’une colline dans un château de Liechtenstein, et mon société Brokendown Productions va produire une adaptation dramatique de ‘L’Odyssée.’ C’est necessaire d’apprendre des qualités de dirigeant forts, parce qu’un cinéaste doit avoir des qualités de dirigeant forts.

“Film is a dramatised reality and it is the director’s job to make it appear real… an audience should not be conscious of technique.” –David Lean

20130411-142148.jpgI want to be a director. I was inspired by David Lean’s 1965 movie Doctor Zhivago for the feel of the Revolution and the love affair, and Sergei Bondarchuk’s 1970 movie Waterloo for the epic battle scenes. I would earn from $16,000 up to $30,000,000. My dad is a producer, which is close to a director. I would have to attend film school. I would like to go the film school at the University of Texas at Austin, for at most three years. Some directors I like are David Lean, best known for Lawrence of Arabia in 1962, Sergei Fedrovicn, best known for War and Peace in 1968, Elem Klimov, best known for Come and See in 1985, and Sergei Eisenstein, best known for Battleship Potemkin in 1925.

“The end of a picture is always an end of a life.” -Sam Peckinpah

“A filmmaker has almost the same freedom as a novelist has when he buys himself some paper.” -Stanley Kubrick

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The Film Director Prepares: A Practical Guide to Directing for Film & TV is written by Myrl A. Schreibman and published in 2006. This book offers practical insights on filmmaking, such as: “Directing a motion picture is an artistic activity unlike any other.” I chose it because it stands out from all the rest.

 

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15 thoughts on “Cinéaste

  1. “The end of a picture is always an end of a life”
    -Sam Peckinpah

    “A filmmaker has almost the same freedom as a novelist has when he buys himself some paper”
    -Stanley Kubrick

    “Film is a dramatised reality and it is the director’s job to make it appear real… an audience should not be conscious of technique”
    -David Lean

    “In a mad world, only the mad are sane”
    -Akira Kurosawa

  2. The Film Director Prepares: A practical p to Directing for Film and TV. Author is Named Myrl A. Schreibman. This book uses offers practical insights on filmmaking. The book was Publush in 2006. “Directing a Motion picture is an artistic activity unlike any other.” I choone because it stand out from all the rest.

  3. The Film Director Prepares: A practical guide to Directing for Film and TV. Author is Named Myrl A. Schreibman. This book uses offers practical insights on filmmaking. The book was Publush in 2006. “Directing a Motion picture is an artistic activity unlike any other.” I choone because it stand out from all the rest.

  4. The article I found is about the upcoming movie ‘The Great Gatsby.’ ‘The Great Gatsby’ is about a wealthy mysterious man named Jay Gatsby who lives in a gigantic Gothic mansion and throws extravagant parties and his friend Nick Carraway who is the narrator. The film is directed by Baz Luhrmann (‘Romeo + Juliet’) and stars Leonardo DiCaprio (‘Titanic’, 1997), Tobey Maguire (‘Spider Man’), and Carey Mulligan (‘An Education’).The film is set to release May 10, 2013, about a year after the the first trailer release. The article is about the new teaser and the new release date. The release date was winter 2012. The production team felt that it would be the perfect summer movie. About the trailer, the article says, “The colorful video shows Gatsby engaging in various degrees of debauchery, from necking his married love interest, to getting in fistfights, to crashing a car.”

    Sources:
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/26/the-great-gatsby-teaser-release-date_n_2958258.html
    TGG Movie http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Gatsby_(2013_film)
    TGG Book http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/gatsby/
    Baz Luhrmann http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baz_Luhrmann
    Romeo + Juliet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romeo_%2B_Juliet
    Leonardo DiCaprio http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonardo_DiCaprio
    Titanic 1997 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titanic_(1997_film)
    Tobey Maguire http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobey_Maguire
    Spider Man http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider-Man_(film)
    Carey Mulligan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carey_Mulligan
    An Education http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_Education

  5. “The Film Director Prepares” est une livre écrit par Myrl A. Schreibman en 2006 qui s’agit du développement personnel pour Dirigeant.

  6. Je vais habiter au sommet d’une colline dans un château dans Liechtenstein, et mon société Brokendown Productions va produire une adaptation dramatique de ‘L’Odyssée.’

  7. C’est necessaire d’apprendre des qualités de dirigeant forts, parce qu’un cinéaste doit avoir des qualités de dirigeant forts.

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