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Alternative film-making in television

Alternative film-making in television

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Published by BFI Publishing in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Gillian Hartnoll and Vincent Porter.
SeriesBFI dossier -- no.14
ContributionsHartnoll, Gillian., Porter, Vincent., British Film Institute.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14191796M

  4) Yes, a “documentary” was televised in June on Anglia Television, which went out to the entire national network in Britain. It was called Alternative 3 and was written by David Ambrose and produced by Christopher Miles (whose names were on the book for contractual reasons). In his book, Ric covers audio basics, microphone selection, wireless systems, recording and mixing techniques, and more. It actually was an essential primer for me a few years ago, when I was tasked with recording sound for a film I wrote after budgetary limitations prevented the team from hiring a professional (#IndieFilmProblems).

  Cable TV Alternatives Can Save You Money. Over the past years the digital entertainment landscape has changed pretty drastically. Whereas in the past you only had a couple of choices for television entertainment, either broadcast TV via an antenna or cable TV, these days you have many more options for your video viewing pleasure.   Alternate reality is a topic that every writer and director wants to work with and write about. It is an abstract concept that includes a parallel universe, a place where different actions of a different species take place.

  TV is a very visual medium that allows and encourages deep exploration of characters and settings, something that would likely work to the detriment of Lovecraftian horror. It's most effective in book form in which ideas can worm their way into readers' minds, let it stay that way, or alternatively just use the stories as inspiration.   Books are not normally directly translatable to TV and Movies. Budget constraints often dictate what will be in the show and what will not. Books and real life may have a multitude of characters interacting with the main character, but for the sak.


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I read it over and over again before making my first 16mm short with a crew I trained purely from theoretical knowledge gained from the book. The book is based on a series of lectures he gave while teaching at Columbia. So see — a (much) cheaper alternative to film school.

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It’s a doubly big temptation, because over the years TV has gone from being home to low-rent entertainment wherein cops chase robbers, to a place where thoughtful, cinematic storytelling thrives.

But for all its charms, TV will never be books. Here are 7 ways that books are better than TV: 1. A Book Is Unique. The site is intended for feature films with budgets over $, Running a successful campaign is a great way to grab the attention of an established Movie or TV Producer.

There are other sites that benefit on-going content creators, rather than backing a one-off project. TOOLS FOR CROWDFUNDING 6.

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Hollywood has loved books ever since the days of silent films. It always will. Sometimes you will hear grumblings from studio executives and producers that acquiring motion picture and television rights to books costs too much. They vow to cut back on it. Pay no attention to this babbling. Alternative 3 is a television programme, broadcast once only in the United Kingdom inand later broadcast in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, as a fictional hoax, an heir to Orson Welles' radio production of The War of the ting to be an investigation into the UK's contemporary "brain drain", Alternative 3 uncovered a plan to make the Moon and Mars habitable in the event.

September is a very good month for books about film. Roger Ebert’s wonderful memoir Life Itself is out in paperback; J. Hoberman’s excellent survey of 21st century cinema culture, Film After.Alternative: films and videos that provide an alternative to commercial media or to conventional topics and forms, dealing with subjects, points-of-view and formal elements not found in the mainstream.

Some makers object to this term as it implies that the work exists only in relation to mainstream media, rather than as a unique art form of its.