Storytelling for Film and Television: From First Word to Last Frame

1st Edition

Ken Dancyger

Routledge
April 29, 2019 Forthcoming
Textbook - 232 Pages
ISBN 9780815371793 - CAT# K338260

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Summary

Storytelling for Film and Television is a theory and practice book which offers a definitive introduction to the art of storytelling through writing, directing and editing. Author Ken Dancyger provides a comprehensive explanation of the tools that underpin successful narrative filmmaking and television production.

The book takes a unique approach by connecting the different phases of the creative process of film and television production. It shows how directing, writing and editing all contribute to the process of storytelling and function together to advance the narrative goals of a screenplay; to tell the best story. A case study approach provides numerous examples of effectiveness and brings together the core areas of aesthetics and production to make these concepts more accessible. Case studies include classic and modern films, foreign films, limited and series television, with examples including Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Revenant, and Son of Saul.

This is the ideal text for film and television production students at all levels. It is written in a style which makes it accessible to anybody interested in the learning more about the storytelling process and is written for a global audience addressing a global industry.

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