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e-Book Anatomy of Film epub download

Author: Bernard F. Dick
ISBN: 0312033958
Pages: 211 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Press; Edition Unstated edition (March 1990)
Language: English
Category: Movies
Size ePUB: 1110 kb
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Rating: 4.8
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e-Book Anatomy of Film epub download

by Bernard F. Dick



Bernard F. Dick is Professor of Communication and English in the School of Art and Media Studies at Farleigh Dickinson University’s Teaneck, New Jersey campus.

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Has usual library markings and stamps inside. TITLE: Anatomy of Film. AUTHOR: Dick, Bernard F. BINDING: Paperback. Acceptable - Very well read. May have significant wear and tear and contain notes & highlighting. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 5 pre-owned listings. DICK is Professor of Communication and English in the School of Art and Media Studies at Farleigh Dickinson University's Teaneck, New Jersey campus, USA. He is the author of a number of books on film.

Anatomy of Film provides a solid foundation of film fundamentals while offering rich examples from the past and present. Anatomy of Film provides a solid foundation of film fundamentals while offering rich examples from the past and present.

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Great book, good condition, but the one pictured here is not the one I received. I did receive the sixth edition but it is a blue book, not a black one. It all worked out for the best though because it turned out, my teacher didn't have a preferred edition and my book matched his perfectly.
Mildorah
This product is used for my Movie class. It provides sufficient information about each genre of film, the insight knowledge about filmmaking. You gonnna experience from the Western movies to current movies. Enjoy and keep reading it
Melipra
As it described, perfect price, fast delivery
I get the book for my cinema class, I did not like the material too confusing too many information
Wafi
great
Chillhunter
was in great condition
Hamrl
This book is great! The terms that are most important are bolded and the language is very easy to understand for people who aren't movie scholars, like me!
Ichalote
Succinct and well-written, this book will serve well as a textbook for a film studies class or as a casual read for the film buff wantint to know more about the art.
The strength of this book is that it covers all main bases of film criticism except for film history, which does, however, enjoy a few passing references. Besides the usual chapters on the basic elements of film--the shot, scene, mise-en-scene, lighting, sound, and etc.--there are also chapters on film genres, film subtext, directors, film and literature, film theory, and a chapter of sample analyses of important films. There is an appendix with a couple of sample student essays, but there isn't really any writing instruction. That's left up to your class instructor. About half the size (same thickness, however) of most film introductions, with some but not a lot of black and white photos, this is convenient to read in bed or wherever. The organization seems rather weak in some respects: after a rather scattered introductory chapter, there is a chapter on graphics (credits and subtitles) and sound, which doesn't seem like a very logical start for a film textbook. After that, things fall into place. The field of film textbooks is quite crowded, and there are many other books that give more in-depth coverage of various aspects, but if you want a book that covers all the basics, this does the job.