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ERIC Number: ED046242
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 338
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Educational Films: Writing, Directing, and Producing for Classroom, Television, and Industry.
Herman, Lewis
Intended for beginning and nonprofessional film makers interested in making the educational film, this book explains the technical aspects of film making, the roles of the specialists responsible for it, the types of film treatments (expository, narrative, and dramatic), and the various types of educational films. Some of the technical aspects explained are: shots, scenes, sequences, image size, motion, angles, cutaways, time lapses, dissolves, continuity, montage, film titles, color quality, black and white quality, and animation. Special photographic techniques described are: slow-motion, speeded-up, time-lapse, photomicrography, telescopic, and freeze-frame. Film production specialists whose responsibilities are analyzed are: the film editor, the director, the producer, and the writer. The types of educational films noted are: the propaganda film, the persuasion film, the counterpropaganda film, the personal-character film, the interpersonal-relationship film, the religious guidance film, the social-guidance film, the social-study film, the career-guidance film, the industrial film, and the medical film. Different ways of closing an educational film are noted. (MF)
Crown Publishers, Inc., 419 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016 ($5.95)
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