16mm- 1950,the Cinematographer Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences
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16mm- 1950,the Cinematographer Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences :
The Cinematographer 1951
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences produced this 10 minute documentary-short that pretty much tells us the job of a cinematographer. We see what all he does around the set, which includes making sure the make-up works on screen, that the lighting is correct and what type of feel a scene should have.The cinematographer is responsible for how things in a movie will look: make up and costumes are done to anticipate his work. We look at his tools: cameras, lenses and filters, equipment for tracking shots, and lights. He's responsible for 1001 elements, a team of artisans, and, most important, how light will enhance a film's mood and characterizations. The short closes with a look at difficult shots: underwater, from the air, in storms, and from scaffolding. Some of the behind-the-scenes stuff comes from the making of THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY. Also scenes from The Road To Rio with Hope and Crosby
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