Through a combination of accessible language, visual material and key interviews the production process is illustrated in easy to digest stages. "The Fundamentals of Film Making" offers a valuable insight into the working methods of film makers. Starting with clear explanations of the different roles within the production team this book sets out the division of labour and illustrates how these separate departments come together to produce a film. It is both a practical guide and creative inspiration to new film makers looking for a way to navigate the field. This title is aimed at foundation level and first year undergraduates needing to understand the basic concepts of the discipline before moving into more in-depth areas of film making, students of media, film studies and the visual arts, and amateur enthusiasts interested in developing their skills in, and knowledge of, film making.
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Author Biography - Jane Barnwell
Jane Barnwell is Senior Lecturer at London Metropolitan University, where she combines her passions for film making and teaching. After graduating from Leeds University and the Northern School of Film and Television, she began her career at the BBC and has since worked extensively as a designer for film, television and theatre. Jane published a book entitled Production Design: Architects of the Screen in 2004 and was awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council grant this year for her project London at Home. Jane continues to work in film production, designing the British independent feature Making a Killing (2003) and has branched into exhibition work, co-directing special screenings festivals in association with Film London, BBC London, CIDA and The Museum of London.