-- Ernest Callenbach, Editor, "Film Quarterly"
Sharff's compact, lucid treatise is full of practical film-maker's points as well as intriguing theoretical notions. He's as cogent at explaining why a good film 'phrase' must contain a minimum of three shots as he is in giving a defense of master shot discipline, which can be elegant in the right hands (Lubitsch's?).
|Introduction On Cinematic Structures|
|On Cinematic Syntax|
|The Master Plan Separation Parallel Action Familiar Image Slow Disclosure Cinesthetic Movements Multi-Angularity|
|The Master Shot Discipline Orchestration|
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For Ages: 22+ years old
Number Of Pages: 187
Published: 1st January 1982
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 14.7 x 22.6 x 1.25
Weight (kg): 0.32