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The Story of Film Making

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Caren Hon

on 24 September 2012

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Transcript of The Story of Film Making

Now The Story of Film Making By Caren, Fern and Ploy How was Film Made? Before Films are made up of a series of individual images called frames. Captured using a camera Celluloid film Freeze Frame Screenplay Principal Photography Music Effects Editing The Stairs to Glory & DISADVANTAGES of technology The ADVANTAGES Sharper Images 3D Cost of filming & film stock Rise of Expectations Challenges for Actors reater Cost Cost of making movie (now vs. the past) Let's take Snow White and Harry Potter as an example... As you can see... Harry potter and the deathly hollow
costs 250 000 000 to produce Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film) produced for a budget of US$250,000. Impact Consequence
to stakeholders
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Business objectives Impact & Rising costs of movie tickets More Competitive More Job Space Business Objectives Because of the increase in costs of
movies ticket price... In More chance of survival...

Quality of movies will improve because of competition Audiences' movie experience will be more thrilling... However, this depends on the movie and its' director... So does technology make a difference in the film industry? Definitely Here are two trailers to show you why...
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