With over 20 hours of video being uploaded to YouTube every minute, how can a young filmmaker possibly stand out By reading and applying the tools of Filmmaking for Teens...
|Title||:||Filmmaking for Teens: Pulling Off Your Shorts|
|Publisher||:||Michael Wiese Productions Second Edition edition February 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||200 pages|
|File Size||:||791 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Filmmaking for Teens: Pulling Off Your Shorts Reviews
Bought this for my son, 12, who is a budding film maker. He loves this book and carries it with him everywhere. He told me he learned quite a bit about filmmaking and planning for a film using this book.
This book was recommended by my 8th grade sons film teacher. He seems to be enjoying it and hopefully he'll learn a few new techniques.
I bought this book first because I am a college writing professor who has his students make short films inspired by writing they have done during the semester. I thought compared to other filmmaking books, this one would focus on giving practical tips without having to spend a lot of money. It was great for that! Many of my students will make their films with iPhones and iMovie. The book does recommend spending a few thousand dollars on a camera. So it's a good book for low budget, and the writers do make a few recommendations in case there is some money to be spent.
Bought this as a gift for my nephew who got a video camera from his parents for that same birthday. He has referred to it over and over and his mom says he uses it constantly. Perfect for the young teen.
This is a great resource. I purchased the paperback version, and I am thinking about getting the Kindle version as well so it will be wherever I have wi-fi.
This book was a gift for my teenage nephew.
Great for teens