V. I. Pudovkin — Film Technique and Film Acting

200,00 kr.

Stanley Kubrick said of this publication: “The most instructive book on film aesthetics I came across was Pudovkin’s Film Technique, which simply explained that editing was the aspect of film art form which was completely unique, and which separated it from all other art forms. The ability to show a simple action like a man cutting wheat from a number of angles in a brief moment, to be able to see it in a special way not possible except through film — that this is what it was all about. This is obvious, of course, but it’s so important it cannot be too strongly stressed. Pudovkin gives many clear examples of how good film editing enhances a scene, and I would recommend his book to anyone seriously interested in film technique.”

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Pudovkin, V. [Sevolod] I. [llarionovich].:. Film Technique and Film Acting. Translated and edited by Ivor Montagu. London: Vision Press Limited, 1968. Publishers hardcover, with dustjacket. 388 pages. Jacket worn, else very good, clean and well preserved

Vsevolod Illarionovich Pudovkin (1893 – 1953), Russian film director, screenwriter, and actor, famous for developing influential theories of montage. Subtitled “Memorial Edition with Portrait, Memoir and a revised and completed record of the author`s film work

V. I. Pudovkin — Film Technique and Film Acting

200,00 kr.

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