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Elements of Philippine Motion Pictures

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Emil Jardin

on 11 September 2015

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Transcript of Elements of Philippine Motion Pictures

Elements of Philippine Motion Picture
Music and Musical Director
Make-up, Coiffeur and Costumes
Acting and the Stars
Color in the movies
Set and Arts Director
Sounds, Cameras and Technician
Music
Musical Director
Make-up
Colors in the movies
Set
Art Directors
Acting
Stars (Performer)
Elements of Philippine Motion Pictures
Coiffeur
Costumes
Sounds
Cameras
Technician
THANK YOU!!!
Music has been indispensable in motion pictures since the very beginning.
the person who is in charge in music on motion pictures
sticky substance which are applied in the faces of the actors before facing the camera
a hair dresser
A style of dress, including garments, accessories, and hairstyle, especially as characteristic of a particular country, period, or people
art of portraying or impersonating a character
a performer should forget his own personality and live the life of his character
it is the latest innovation in cinematrography
gives beauty to the picture and pleases the eye
should know the natural setting and build artificial sets
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