Posts Tagged ‘master’

Steven Spielberg On Storyboarding (1978)

Steven Spielberg came to AFI in 1978 for a seminar with AFI Fellows. In this clip he talks about how he approaches storyboarding. Interestingly enough, the young man asking the question is Bob Mandel, who is now the Dean of the AFI Conservatory. Subscribe to this channel for more exclusive videos from the AFI Archive:…

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Study the Greats: Suspense and Style Master Alfred Hitchcock

How did Alfred Hitchcock create so much tension for his audience?  His primary focus was the audience – not his own ‘artistic’ explorations and interests.  Hitchcock indeed had a funny sense of humor – quite morbid given his direction in filmmaking – and always seemed to be a ‘mischevious’ filmmaker. Creating Tension in a Scene One…

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