Film Directing By Juan Lona

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Film Directing By Juan Lona

  1. 1.  A film director is a person who directs the making of the film. A producer is a person responsible for the financial and administrative aspects of a stage, film, television, and radio production. Cinematic is having qualities characteristic of motion picture Motion Picture is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination. Production is the act of producing; creating; manufacturing
  2. 2.  Being a film director you have responsibilities like visioning how the movie should be, like the vision of their dream movie coming to life. Plus turning scripts into actual scenes/sequence for the movie. They’re responsible for deciding how the tone of the film should be so that the audience could gain or learn from. Directors work really well with the cast and crew of the whole set.
  3. 3. Some times the director willact as a athletic coach.Helps the actors tounderstand their lines.Also study the script lotsand lots of time in order tovisualize everything.Average salary is about$50,ooo.
  4. 4. •Locations were directors or producers make films are the following:Settings •Universal Studios, Nickelodeon Studios, Columbia Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, Warner Brothers Studios, Fox Studios, Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks, etc.
  5. 5.  USC Cinematic Art In this school, each of the facility members has been or is currently professionally. Whether as a director, producer, writer, editor etc. you can constitute the power behind everything from box- office, blockbusters, to independent films, broadcasting etc.
  6. 6. Act I Scene IIThe Programs that theSchool of CinematicArts offer is thefollowing:Critical StudiesFilm and TelevisionProductionWriting for Screen andTelevisionPeter Stark ProductionProgramETC.
  7. 7.  2 yr. masters program at USC The Peter Stark Producing Program believes in the primacy of ideas and imagination(USC Cinematic Arts). The mission of the Peter Stark Program is to expose students to the full spectrum of the entertainment business, enabling them to refine and define their individual career goals(USC Cinematic Arts).
  8. 8.  $10,168 In-state tuition and fees $26,352 Out-of-state tuition and fees Regular Applicants Total applicants: 21,311 Admitted: 13,451 Enrolled: 4,636
  9. 9.  UCLA School of Theatre, Film, and Television Here at TFT, students, faculty and alumni showcase their work at premier festivals and research conferences around the globe, and win awards spanning every medium, platform and discipline(UCLA School of Theatre, Film, and Television). The vision of UCLA TFT is the following: to serve as a premiere interdisciplinary global professional school that develops outstanding humanistic storytellers, industry leaders and scholars whose diverse, innovative voices enlighten, engage, and inspire change for a better world(UCLA TFT).
  10. 10.  Programs that UCLA TFT offer is the following: Animation MFA Cinema and Media Studies MA & PHD Producer’s Programs MFA Production/Directing MFA ETC.
  11. 11. $ Cost $12,686 In-state tuition and fees $35,564 Out-of-state tuition and fees Regular Applicants Total applicants: 61,528 Admitted: 15,689 Enrolled: 5,825
  12. 12.  “All Universal Pictures Titles.” hulu.com. Hulu Movies, 2012. Web. 10 April 2012. “Movie Advertising.” mpaa.org. Motion Picture Association of America, 2011. Web. 9 April 2012 “Our Vision Manifesto.” tft.ucla.edu/about. UCLA School of Theatre, Film, and Television, 2011. Web. 7 April 2012. “Paramount Unveils 100th Anniversary Logo.” hollywoodreporter.com. The Hollywood Reporter, 2012. Web. 9 April 2012. Prince, Nancy and Jackson, Jeanie. Exploring Theatre. Ohio: The McGraw Hill Company, 2005. Print. “Why Choose USC Cinema?” cinema.usc.edu/admissions. USC Cinematic Arts, 2001-2012. Web. 5 April 2012
  13. 13.  This Has Been A Paramount Picture Trailer Directed By Juan Daniel Lona

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