What angle would a director use to film a scene that is off kilter or skewed?
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The director says 'Action!'. Read More
no he's an actor but i THINK the director of twilight let him direct one scene :) Read More
You Grapes of Wrath had been adapted by a different director instead of a conservative director how might the final scene been shot?
John Ford Read More
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When shooting the same scene from multiple camera viewpoints to provide options for the director is known as what?
Coverage Read More
In Europe, a 'director of photography' has a better descriptive name. They are called a 'director of lighting'. This is what a director of photography does. Among other responsibilities, they design a lighting scheme for each scene, as well as calculate how that lighting will affect the camera and film. Read More
The director is the person who gets the scene designed, set up with people and things, tells each contributor to the scene how and when to do what they're supposed to do. The movie editor, under the direction of the director, takes the film that has been shot, cuts it up into sections and puts them back together to form a cohesive movie. Read More
Lighting is the element of mise en scene typically designed by the cinematographer. A cinematographer is sometimes referred to as the director of photography. Read More
Yes! on the set of Eclipce the director let him direct a scene for the movie! Read More
Directors organize the order of each scene to make the message be given to the audience easily. One example is when its a horror and the director would cut the suspense by putting a scene less scary after it. Read More
Janet Leigh was the female in the shower scene. Psycho was released in 1960 and director Alfred Hitchcock considered it one of his most popular films but not his personal favorite. Read More
The shoulder shot is the angle the camera gets of somebody's shoulder in the lower corner of the screen while we (the audience) can see the rest of the scene take place. It is usually done when two people are talking. To view one person speaking, directors or dp's (director of photography) usually choose an over the shoulder camera shot to get the audience to get a feel of actually being there in the scene… Read More
Did the director of The Wizard of Oz's son hang himself from a tree in the scene where the trees throw apples at Dorothy because he didn't get the part as a Scarecrow?
No, there have been reports of about seven different people hanging themselves in this scene. None of them are true. Supposedly you can see it in the scene of the movie. If the director's son was hanging in the background, you can be sure the director would remember to make sure to take out the scene. If you go and watch it frame by frame and look very closely you still will not see anyone… Read More
In Clueless Alicia Silverstone actually did not know how to correctly pronounce Haitians in the classroom scene The director thought it was too perfect for the film and instructed the crew not t?
In "Clueless", Alicia Silverstone actually did not know how to correctly pronounce "Haitians" in the classroom scene. The director thought it was too perfect for the film and instructed the crew not to correct her. answer : true Read More
Sometimes, a director and the studio disagree over what the final cut of a film should be. The studio usually wins in these cases, of course. The "director's cut" is the cut which the director wanted to use. So, for example, there may be a scene which the director liked, but which the studio refused to include in the theatrical release. The director's cut would add that scene back in. Read More
Bernard Herrmann used only strings for his score for this movie including for the shower scene which the director had planned to be silent What movie?
Psycho Read More
Blocking is usually when you run through a scene, and either you or the director writes down what actions happen where at each line on the script. Read More
He wanted to get the three remaining tributes, Katniss, Peeta, and Cato, into one place in the arena. Read More
Delhi theatre group which made a mark on the delhi theatre scene-Arvind Gaur's asmita or Berry John's imago?
Both director Arvind Gaur and Berry John made a mark on the delhi theatre scene. Read More
Shot division depends on the director how is visualizing the scene. There is a traditional shot division i.e., Master shot (long shot), Over the shoulder(mid shot), Close ups. But one should understand the depth and emotion driver of the scene content and then decide the shot break down. For instance it is a scene where you need to give build up, you need to break down with lot of close ups, movements etc and if… Read More
If either the mini-bots or Director D stop moving, you have unfortunately encountered a lock-up of the game. You will have to reboot your browser and replay the B.A.D. scene. This is a known problem, apparently uncorrected. Read More
Yes. You need to be good at math in everything you do. If you want to be a movie director sometimes when you cut out a scene you have to do quick math to see how long the movie will be. Sorry, I wasn't happy hearing that either but its true! Read More
I know spec screenplays rarely have cam angles but this is important - how would I describe that angle when it's the same building but the camera moves through the wall or ceiling to the next room?
Moving into the next room makes a new scene. Obey the advice not to include camera angles in your spec script. You must leave some room for the imagination of the readers and of the director in your work and the director of photography. At the beginning of the second scene, you could write: INT. BUILDING, NEXT ROOM -- CONTINUOUS Key here is that the camera offers a POV. Whose POV is involved with going… Read More
Radar shows angle and range between a reference point and the target echos from scattered in the scene that is being iluminated. Read More
The cast of Scene 1 Take One - 2011 includes: Alexandra Kovacs as Assistant director Michele Wagoner as Script Consultant Brandon Wyse as Frank Read More
During the opera scene in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, Katie Lucas, the daughter of the director, George Lucas, makes an appearance. The movie was released in 2005. Read More
You have three options: a) Do the kiss b) Be replaced c) Script re-writes Most of the time the contract will force you into doing what the director wants though Read More
feature, side, factor, angle, characteristic, facet, position, view, situation, scene, prospect, point of view, outlook Read More
The cast of Free and Easy - 1930 includes: Lionel Barrymore as Bedroom Scene Jack Baxley as Train Conductor Edward Brophy as Benny - The Stage Manager David Burton as Director Burton Richard Carle as Aide Crowning Elmer Louise Carver as Big German Woman Emile Chautard as Undetermined Role Jackie Coogan as himself Karl Dane as Cave Scene Edgar Dearing as Officer Ann Dvorak as Chorine Joseph Farnham as himself Trixie Friganza as Ma William… Read More
The director was infuriated, having seen the particle of dirt on the camera lens when re-watching the difficult-to-film scene. Read More
What is the crop growing outside the castle at the final fight scene in the 2002 movie Count of Monte Cristo?
According to Kevin Reynolds, the director, the crop is wheat. Read More
Invisible, or seamless editing means a good job was done deleting and the bad parts and selecting the shots with the best angle , and merging from scene to scene in a coherent, non-disruptive manner. Read More
A wide angle camera, or a camera set to wide angle, will see more of the landscape, though the scene will appear in the viewer further away. Having a wide angle means the camera can be used in smaller spaces, such as indoors, etc. As the camera lens zooms out, so the landscape appears narrower, closer, and has to be kept steadier to avoid camera shake. Read More
This is easy as an "exterior scene" would be filmed open location, outside and an "interior scene" would be filmed in a closed location, such as a apartment, home, work location. Essentially, due to the magic of Hollywood, both scenes can be filmed on a set with a variety of backgrounds. Coincidentially, the "establishing shot" is edited in to give the viewer an idea of where the scene is taking place. Take, for instance, the… Read More
Why would the director of play ask the actors to do an improvisation of the scene that they had been rehearsing?
They may do this because they want to see how the actors, who are portraying the characters would play the scene considering if they do this, the actors performance may prove to be better. Hope this helped! M xxx Read More
"mise en scène" => the job of a movie or theater director "scenography" => style, method or technics to create a theatrical space, a museeum, eventually a movie or theater scene Read More
Everyone is very sad about Juliet's supposed death. Shakespeare may have wanted to lighten the mood. Scenes of this type can also cover a costume change (see the porter scene in Macbeth or the scene between Jessica and Lorenzo in The Merchant of Venice), but it does not appear that this is a problem here (unless the director wanted to include an unscripted scene of Juliet's funeral). Nor does it appear that the scene covers… Read More
Is it true In Clueless Alicia Silverstone actually didn't know how to correctly pronounce Haitians in the classroom scene but The director thought it was too perfect for the film?
Yes it is true Read More
Is it true In Clueless Alicia Silverstone actually didn't know how to correctly pronounce Haitians in the classroom scene but The director thought it was too perfect for the film.?
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In Clueless Alicia Silverstone actually did not know how to correctly pronounce Haitians in the classroom scene?
True... The director thought it was too perfect for the film and instructed the crew not to correct her. Read More
What director spent a brief time in Hollywood before returning to Europe to film Alexander Nevsky famous for its scene of Teutonic knights on a frozen lake?
Sergei Eisenstein Read More
Are you going for the idea of blocking? The director will usually have the actors walk through a scene, indicating where they should be on the set as the play action unfolds. Read More
If actors have to smoke in a movie when they do not believe in smoking do they have to smoke or do they use a fake cigarette?
Firstly I think it depends on the demand of director if he wants to make a vivid scene secondly if you are a person who do not smoke you can illustrate this to crew finally you can prepare a fake one if director assents Read More
Yes they do kiss in the movie "Camp Rock" but the director decided to cut that scene out i dont know why but im thinking its because of the kids maybe about the little kids who are watching im not sure Yes they do kiss in the movie "Camp Rock" but the director decided to cut that scene out i dont know why but im thinking its because of the kids maybe about the little… Read More
The script for Act 1 Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet does not indicate that anyone dies. Of course a director might choose to have someone die to show that the situation is serious, but that would be beyond the requirements of the script. Read More
... somewhere in the script... [use proper film script formatting] The Director and Jack discuss the scene. DIRECTOR Jack, let's try that one again. We need a little more anger. JACK I put as much anger into it as I have. etctera. . . Read More