The Story of Film: An Odyssey
covers the history of world cinema, from the 19th century into the digital age.
Select an Episode and watch on Netflix streaming
1Birth of the Cinema2The Hollywood Dream3The Golden Age of World Cinema4The Arrival of Sound5Post-War Cinema6Sex & Melodrama7European New Wave8New Directors, New Form9American Cinema of the 70's10Movies to Change the World11The Arrival of Multiplexes and Asian Mainstream12Fight the Power: Protest in Film13New Boundaries: World Cinema in Africa, Asia & Latin America14New American Independents & The Digital Revolution15Cinema Today and the Future
Post this info for your Reflection on the Team Process
Collaborators and their roles:
Part 1: PRE-PRODUCTION
Describe your own pre-production activities and tasks: (such as:
writing, sketching, storyboarding, character design, prop /costume
research, location scouting, test shooting, etc)
Part 2 : ON THE SET
Briefly describe each day of shooting.
What jobs did you do, what went well.
What equipment did you use? What shot choices did you make?
How did you light each shoot? How did you capture sound?
What challenges came up and how did you meet them?
How was the experience directing and working with actors?
How did you respond to unforeseen variables?
Some TED talks about cinematic storytelling
Playlist: The power of film
12 talks · 3h 12m · Curated by TED
The clues to a great story
TED2012 · 19:16 · Filmed Feb 2012
The White Balance, ISO and Exposure Compensation buttons are located on the handle, as is the front dial, which is used to navigate through menu features and select exposure parameters. When you select any of the three buttons, you can either navigate by using the touch screen or the dials atop or on the back of the camera.
Hint: To quickly select white balance, choose one of the manual WB settings, aim at a pure white, grey or black object in the scene, and press Select White Set on screen. Then hit the Menu/OK button, and your white balance is set.
Manual Video with GH3 camera
More GH3 video tips
One of the most enduring tools to measure Hollywood's gender bias is a test originally promoted by cartoonist Alison Bechdel in a 1985 strip from her "Dykes To Watch Out For" series. Bechdel said that if a movie can satisfy three criteria -- there are at least two named women in the picture, they have a conversation with each other at some point, and that conversation isn't about a male character -- then it passes "The Rule," whereby female characters are allocated a bare minimum of depth...
Alison Bechdel's 1985 'The Rule' comicstrip
The Dollar-And-Cents Case Against Hollywood's Exclusion of Women
By WALT HICKEY
April 3 - 19 in Minneapolis
Browse the films, find one you want to see, and click the showtime of the screening you wish to attend. Ordering online is easy. You don't have to worry about printing out and forgetting your tickets at home - just bring the credit card with which you made the purchase to the box office.
Loads of Films to See, including Emerging Filmmaker competition
This juried competition recognizes new and up-and-coming filmmakers from around the world for their achievements in narrative filmmaking. A $2500 cash prize is awarded to the film that demonstrates standout excellence in creativity, storytelling, technique, and innovation in the narrative form.