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The Book of Cuttings for Acting and Directing
by NTC/Contemporary Publishing Company
Written in English
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a book that tracks the process so precisely is invaluable to me as a teacher and as a ﬁlmmaker. I consulted this book before, during, and after my last ﬁlm project, and it is certainly a book I will use again and again. — Bette Gordon Vice Chair and Directing Supervisor of . Many bad actors have since been rooted out—former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy Director of the FBI Andy McCabe, former FBI agent Peter Strzok, and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, to name.
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Ships from and sold by BOOKS_EXPRESS_USA. Scenes from Shakespeare by William /5(2). For actors this book provides a wonderful look at how hard a director's craft can be when it comes to acting alone.
How a director has to balance multiple actors to reach a balance in a scene. It also helps clear the air and make sense of where confusing or just bad by: From well-known auteur of the American theatre scene, Anne Bogart, And Then, You Act is a fascinating and accessible book about directing theatre, acting and the collaborative creative process.
Writing clearly and passionately, Bogart speaks to a wide audience, from undergraduates to practitioners, and makes an invaluable contribution to the. This directing book is great for one primary reason: it’s highly actionable.
“Internationally-renowned directing coach Weston demonstrates what constitutes a good performance, what actors want from a director, what directors do wrong, script analysis and preparation, how actors work, and shares insights into the director/actor relationship.”.
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It takes a real education to look natural in front of an audience or camera. A masterclass on the art of directing from the Pulitzer Prize-winning (and Oscar and Tony-nominated) writer of Glengarry Glen Ross, Speed the Plow, The Verdict, and Wag the Dog Calling on his unique perspective as playwright, screenwriter, and director of his own critically acclaimed movies like House of Games, State and Main, and Things Change, David Mamet illuminates how a film comes to s: Breaks Shakespeare’s plays into small, workable scenes.
Each scene contains between two and seven characters and is between five and twenty minutes in length. Each scene is preceded by a synopsis of what has happened and a list of characters. Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: William ShakespearePublished: 01/01/Publisher: Meriwether PublishingISBN: Pages:.
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Get this from a library. More scenes from Shakespeare: twenty cuttings for acting and directing practice. [William Shakespeare; Michael Wilson] -- A collection of twenty short scenes from six Shakespeare plays: "Macbeth," "Much Ado About Nothing," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "King Lear," "As You Like It," and "The Taming of the Shrew." Each.
DIRECTING THE ACTOR by Judith Weston (Reprinted from MovieMaker Magazine) After having written two books on the subject (Directing Actors, and The Film.
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"Directing Actors" is the first book of its kind. Judith investigates in detail the sometimes painful, often frustrating, but potentially exhilarating relationship between actor and director. It provides simple, practical tools that directors and actors can use immediately - and takes the reader on a journey through the complexities of the Reviews: Beginning with the triple impulses of Naturalism, symbolism and the grotesque, the bulk of the book concentrates on the most famous directors of this century - Stanislavski, Reinhardt, Graig, Meyerhold, Piscator, Brecht, Artuaud and Grotowski.
Braun's guide is more practical than theoretical, delineating how each director changed the tradition that came before him. This book is so much more straightforward and directly applicable than "A Director Prepares." A great read.
By all accounts, this book is the entire Viewpoints training you get during the summer SITI workshops. So, if upstate New York and a couple thousand bucks are not easily at your disposal, the book is probably the next best thing/5(17). This is MY FAVORITE book on not only directing, but acting as well.
I think it is a MUST-READ for all directors and actors alike. No matter where you are in your career or training, whether you're in film school or acting school or in high school, in Hollywood or Bollywood, American or Armenian, you need to read this book if you are interested in pursuing acting and/or directing as a /5(43).This book offers insight from a very distinguished director about how to deal with actors, crew and the overall production of a play.
There are some real lessons to be learned from Mr. Ball, especially in the chapters dealing with rehearsals (specifically in regards to the various types and functions of rehearsals)/5(34).