The Actor and the Camera

De (autor) Cuvânt înainte de Ewan McGregor
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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 18 Nov 2014
"Denis is a great actor and he’s always been my inspiration, since I was a child… He’s the only person really in the world who I discuss acting with if I feel that I’m stuck. I love watching him still." - Ewan McGregor, from the foreword

Drawing on his lifetime career in front of the camera (and sometimes behind it), Denis Lawson offers a wonderfully accessible introduction to acting for film and TV. For the young actor hoping to break into the industry – whether in a drama series, soap or sitcom – this book is the ultimate insider’s guide.

The author takes us on a guided tour of the film or TV set from day one. We meet the various members of the crew, from the director of photography to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd ADs, and learn what each of them does – and how to get the most from them in your work as an actor. Then comes the actual business of shooting the scenes, beginning with readthroughs and rehearsals (if there are any), on to hitting your mark and getting your eye-line right, finishing with the actor’s involvement in post-production.

Throughout, Lawson takes the actor’s point of view, offering encouragement and enlightenment, as well as being refreshingly candid about some of the more inane procedures. Above all, he offers a magnificent array of tips and inside knowledge for coping with what can be a daunting experience for a hopeful young actor.
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ISBN-13: 9781848423459
ISBN-10: 1848423454
Pagini: 192
Dimensiuni: 137 x 217 x 12 mm
Greutate: 0.22 kg
Ediția: New.
Colecția Nick Hern Books
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

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DENIS LAWSON is known for his roles in the BBC’s Bleak House and Holby City, in the film Local Hero and in the original Star Wars trilogy. In 2012 he joined James Bolam, Amanda Redman, Denis Waterman and Alun Armstrong in BBC-TV’s New Tricks, now in its eleventh series with an audience of almost nine million.