Making Short Films By Jim Piper
• Accompanying DVD of thirty short films offers an instructive mini film festival • Shows beginners how to make meaningful films without fancy equipment • Great for film students and independent filmmakers Want to make an art film, a documentary, a video biography? Here’s how to create real movies using consumer digital video format—without spending a lot of money or time. Author Jim Piper has taught filmmaking for more than thirty years—and along with his technical expertise, he brings entertaining anecdotes and great examples. His descriptions of more than one hundred student films, illustrated with three hundred stills, offer inspiration for beginners, and the accompanying DVD showcases thirty examples that comprise an intriguing and instructive mini film festival.

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TitleMaking Short Films
AuthorBy Jim Piper
PublisherSkyhorse Publishing
ImprintAllworth Press
Published1 May 2006
Dimensions7.75 x 9.38in.
ISBNs: 9781581154443 978-1-58115-444-3 Title: making short films category:PER ISBNs: 9781621535928 978-1-62153-592-8 Title: making short films category:PER 
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