Lecciones de cine: Clases magistrales de grandes directores explicadas por ellos mismos



Todos Los Grandes Cineastas Poseen Un M Todo Secreto Para Realizar Sus Pel Culas, Pero Esos Enfoques Son Muy Distintos A Martin Scorsese Le Gusta Preparar Las Tomas De Manera Muy Precisa, Con Bastante Antelaci N, Para Tener La Oportunidad De Cambiarlo Todo Si Lo Considera Necesario En Cambio, Lars Von Trier Se Niega A Reflexionar Sobre Un Plano Hasta Que Ya Lo Est Rodando Bernardo Bertolucci Intenta So Ar Con Las Tomas La Noche Antes, Por Lo Que, Si Eso No Funciona, Deambula Por El Plat Con Un Visor Imagin Ndose Las Escenas Antes De Que Se Unan A L Los Actores Y El Equipo Y Pedro Almod Var Afirma Que Los Cineastas Deben Abandonar La Ilusi N De Creer Que Van A Poder Controlar La Totalidad Del Proceso Creativo De Su Pel CulaEn Este Libro, Laurent Tirard Conversa Con Veinte De Los Directores M S Importantes Del Momento Y Permite Tambi N Que Escuchemos Su Propia Voz Para Acceder As A La Esencia De Su Oficio Se Trata De Entrevistas, Publicadas Originalmente En La Revista Francesa Studio, En Las Que Los Directores Exploran Tanto Su Visi N Del Cine Como Sus T Cnicas Y Arrojan Luz Sobre El Proceso Y Sobre La Persona, Al Tiempo Que Nos Ayudan A Entender Lo Que Hace Nico A Cada CineastaDirectores Que Incluye John Boorman Sydney Pollack Claude Sautet Woody Allen Bernardo Bertolucci Mart N Scorsese Wim Wenders Pedro Almod Var Tim Burton David Cronenberg Jean Pierre Jeunet David Lynch Oliver Stone John Woo Joel Y Ethan Coen Takeshi Kitano Emir Kusturica Lars Von Trier Wong Kar Wai Jean Luc GodardLecciones de cine: Clases magistrales de grandes directores explicadas por ellos mismos

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[Epub] Lecciones de cine: Clases magistrales de grandes directores explicadas por ellos mismos By Laurent Tirard – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 221 pages
  • Lecciones de cine: Clases magistrales de grandes directores explicadas por ellos mismos
  • Laurent Tirard
  • Spanish
  • 19 January 2018
  • 9501275493

10 thoughts on “Lecciones de cine: Clases magistrales de grandes directores explicadas por ellos mismos

  1. says:

    Entender mejor el cine Mi ltimo art culo que habla, entre otros, de este libro.http theessentialbooks.com es blog Espero que os guste Entender mejor el cine Mi ltimo art culo que habla, entre otros, de este libro.http theessentialbooks.com es blog Espero que os guste

  2. says:

    I can save you time money on reading this book Basically, all these guys and there are NAMES here like Gorard, Lynch, Von Trier, Almodovar, Allen etc are saying is go film something and figure out yourself if you really want can become a director For whatever reason though I kept reading.

  3. says:

    I enjoyed the various perspectives on the same questions how do you follow the script, how do you block, what lenses do you prefer, how do you dorect actors, for whom do you make movies, etc., but the instinct answer did become tiresome after a while The Coen brothers poke fun at how that s usually the answer behind which they hide in interviews Of course these guys all know what they re doing, they re masters They just don t verbalize all their instincts while at the task Cronenberg s I enjoyed the various perspectives on the same questions how do you follow the script, how do you block, what lenses do you prefer, how do you dorect actors, for whom do you make movies, etc., but the instinct answer did become tiresome after a while The Coen brothers poke fun at how that s usually the answer behind which they hide in interviews Of course these guys all know what they re doing, they re masters They just don t verbalize all their instincts while at the task Cronenberg s section is fantastic as a lover of literature and film, he acutely describes how the two have evolved to become parts of the same whole of storytelling There are many reasons that guy is my favorite, and his love of literature coming through in his films is one of them

  4. says:

    Un libro muy ameno para los cin filos, ya que incluye entrevistas con grandes maestros como Scorsese, Woody Allen, Tim Burton, Pedro Almodovar, Wim Wenders, etc Definitivamente es mejor como libro de consulta, ya que al leer tantas opiniones al mismo tiempo tienden a mezclarse en la cabeza, y ya no me acuerdo si a Woody Allen le gustaba planear todo antes de filmar o era a Almodovar Tampoco se aprende mucho de cine, porque est n los que planean todo y los que no planean nada, los que dic Un libro muy ameno para los cin filos, ya que incluye entrevistas con grandes maestros como Scorsese, Woody Allen, Tim Burton, Pedro Almodovar, Wim Wenders, etc Definitivamente es mejor como libro de consulta, ya que al leer tantas opiniones al mismo tiempo tienden a mezclarse en la cabeza, y ya no me acuerdo si a Woody Allen le gustaba planear todo antes de filmar o era a Almodovar Tampoco se aprende mucho de cine, porque est n los que planean todo y los que no planean nada, los que dicen que existe la gram tica y los que no, los que les gusta el zoom y los que lo odian, y entre tanta disparidad no se puede saber qui n tiene la raz n en lo que si se ponen de acuerdo todos es que si quieres hacer una pel cula debes tener una visi n clara, saber lo que quieres decir y aferrarte a ello Como anecdotario es m s interesante

  5. says:

    In the past ten plus years of college I have had a lot of information thrown at me I have caught a bit, tossed a bit back and ultimately I d say that college has made me only slightlyintelligent This book however is everything I ever needed to know in film school minus all the technical camera, lighting and sound stuff that I still haven t had a decent class about Essays by many of my favorite and most influential directors, like Bernardo Bertolucci and Martin Scorsese, discuss the un In the past ten plus years of college I have had a lot of information thrown at me I have caught a bit, tossed a bit back and ultimately I d say that college has made me only slightlyintelligent This book however is everything I ever needed to know in film school minus all the technical camera, lighting and sound stuff that I still haven t had a decent class about Essays by many of my favorite and most influential directors, like Bernardo Bertolucci and Martin Scorsese, discuss the unteachable and nuanced world of being a film director A must have for anyone even remotely serious about the art of film directing

  6. says:

    I wish this book lasted longer It was a really interesting journey through all these great director s heads Actually examines their technical decisions, ideas about how to go about preparing for shoots By far the most relevant information I ve read by filmmakers I really love Most of the time it seems that these books that go intothan theory are written by some jerk off who teaches film classes at Columbia or something, who you ve never heard of and aren t really sure why you should be I wish this book lasted longer It was a really interesting journey through all these great director s heads Actually examines their technical decisions, ideas about how to go about preparing for shoots By far the most relevant information I ve read by filmmakers I really love Most of the time it seems that these books that go intothan theory are written by some jerk off who teaches film classes at Columbia or something, who you ve never heard of and aren t really sure why you should be taking their advice This book has that nice mixture It is both by filmmakers I admire, and isn t blow off filler that is normally in these sorts of things

  7. says:

    BREVE LEZIONE DI CINEMA Una interessante operazione, quella del critico e cineasta francese Laurent Tirard senza dubbio stimolante per chi segue il cinema e per chi vorrebbe capire di pi sul lavoro del regista, per ribadire ancora una volta l importanza determinante dell uomo che sta dietro la macchina da presa e che ha l ultima parola su tutto, anche se spesso e volentieri a molti di loro garberebbe avere anche il final cut, ossia il montaggio finale Peccato, ad esempio, che l intervista a BREVE LEZIONE DI CINEMA Una interessante operazione, quella del critico e cineasta francese Laurent Tirard senza dubbio stimolante per chi segue il cinema e per chi vorrebbe capire di pi sul lavoro del regista, per ribadire ancora una volta l importanza determinante dell uomo che sta dietro la macchina da presa e che ha l ultima parola su tutto, anche se spesso e volentieri a molti di loro garberebbe avere anche il final cut, ossia il montaggio finale Peccato, ad esempio, che l intervista a Kassovitz sia stata fatta prima dell uscita di Babylon A.D sarebbe stato bello leggere le imprecazioni del regista attore dopo l uscita di un film del tutto trasfigurato dal montaggio dei produttori Rimangono comunque tra quelle da ricordare, assieme a molte altre, le risposte di Kassovitz, che spiega ad esempio come ha lavorato ad alcune scene del bellissimo La haine , raccontando anche di alcune difficolt incontrate sul set di I fiumi di porpora , film secondo me poco riuscito, ma di cui ricordo pochissimo In un libro cos , fa comunque specie vedere cos tanti registi, pi o meno grandi , fornire risposte tanto diverse a domande all incirca sempre uguali, come a voler dire che per fare del buon cinema non esistono regole troppo ferree c una grammatica, vero ma il grande autore spesso chiamato a infrangerla, come spiegano queste testimonianze.Tim Burton, ad esempio, non scrive mai i propri film, ma ne segue con attenzione il soggetto e la sceneggiatura sin dal principio una cosa che forse ha smesso di fare, vista la qualit delle ultime sue prove Non mi hanno stupito pi di tanto le risposte di Scorsese e Woody Allen, che avevo letto pi volte in altri libri o giornali mentre ho trovato splendidamente preparato sulla storia del cinema, nonch assai analitico, il grande Michael Mann I Coen al solito sono dei pazzi, e scrive Tirard che hanno dovuto registrare da capo l intervista perch della prima non si capiva nulla.Lynch, in qualche modo, finisce sempre per essere un mito un arista visionario, complesso e stratificato, oscuro e inquietante che di persona si rivela una persona posata e un simpaticone di prima categoria Lo sapevo gi , ma sempre bello riscoprirlo Figurano poi i nomi di Kitano, Cronenberg, Bertolucci, Pollack, Inarritu, Almodovar, Forman, Wong Kar wai e altri ancora impossibile elencare le sottigliezze insite nei loro suggerimenti ai giovani cineasti, al loro modo di utilizzare il mezzo cinematografico, passando per la direzione degli attori, il montaggio, la fotografia, il lavoro sul set In ogni capitolo troviamo comunque degli spunti che poi si concretizzano, nel pi dei casi, nelle filmografie dei registi intervistati, da rivedere o da vedere per la prima volta alla luce delle loro mai banali risposte

  8. says:

    The twenty filmmakers in this book, published by Faber and Faber in 2002, had four things in common One, although they supported the concept of film school as the stepping stone for aspiring directors, they firmly believe that only making films, plus the apprenticeship therein, is what would launch a director to the authenticity and success of his craft Two, given that they adored the works of D.W Griffith, Orson Welles, Federico Fellini, Jean Renoir and the rest of the generation of filmma The twenty filmmakers in this book, published by Faber and Faber in 2002, had four things in common One, although they supported the concept of film school as the stepping stone for aspiring directors, they firmly believe that only making films, plus the apprenticeship therein, is what would launch a director to the authenticity and success of his craft Two, given that they adored the works of D.W Griffith, Orson Welles, Federico Fellini, Jean Renoir and the rest of the generation of filmmakers before them, they in their lives have also attempted to dismantle the conventions, out of the insatiable thirst for uniqueness Three, they regard the camera as the central eye of the process and thus believe that every movement of the lens is operative to how the target audience would receive the film And lastly, they made the films for themselves the self should come first in the enjoyment of the art being created what the self enjoys becomes what the audience would find interesting and remarkable All these I discovered and reflected upon reading this magnificent collection of interviews done by Laurent Tirard, when he worked for the French film magazine, Studio I chanced upon this gem while rummaging for good BookSale finds, and this is a perfect nonfiction book for me who happens to be a frustrated film critic

  9. says:

    I felt like I plodded through most of the chapters 2 and a half stars, really, only Goodreads doesn t do half stars.I recognized 15 out of 20 directors, and only 3 of whom I can honestly say I ve liked their movies And 2 out of these 3 are the directors whose movies I usually enjoy Woody Allen and Sydney Pollack.My impressions, and I ll keep this short Wong Kar Wai the most concise interview, seems grounded The Coen Brothers movie geeks turned directors not a bad thing Lars von Trier I felt like I plodded through most of the chapters 2 and a half stars, really, only Goodreads doesn t do half stars.I recognized 15 out of 20 directors, and only 3 of whom I can honestly say I ve liked their movies And 2 out of these 3 are the directors whose movies I usually enjoy Woody Allen and Sydney Pollack.My impressions, and I ll keep this short Wong Kar Wai the most concise interview, seems grounded The Coen Brothers movie geeks turned directors not a bad thing Lars von Trier crass the guy s full of himself, and sounded like the most boorish interviewee Oliver Stone I expected a diatribe, but the guy s just extra passionate about his work Martin Scorcese, Sydney Pollack, John Boorman the consummate actors director Woody Allen based on his monologueish interview, the director I d most want to gofer for

  10. says:

    Hezk pov d n od slavn ch re is r , je z toho i poznat, kdo m jakou povahu a jak p istupuje ke sv pr ci e by to n komu pomohlo v tvorb vlastn ho filmu to si nemysl m, ale je to fajn ten Nejlep rozhovory Tim Burton, Martin Scorsese, brat i Coenov , John Woo a Jean Luc Godard Jestli bych s n k m necht la pracovat, a koliv jeho pr ci obdivuju, tak je to rozhodn Lars Von Trier A taky m mrz , e je to dost zam eno na francouzsk re is ry a n kte jsou skv l , jin bych do tohoh Hezk pov d n od slavn ch re is r , je z toho i poznat, kdo m jakou povahu a jak p istupuje ke sv pr ci e by to n komu pomohlo v tvorb vlastn ho filmu to si nemysl m, ale je to fajn ten Nejlep rozhovory Tim Burton, Martin Scorsese, brat i Coenov , John Woo a Jean Luc Godard Jestli bych s n k m necht la pracovat, a koliv jeho pr ci obdivuju, tak je to rozhodn Lars Von Trier A taky m mrz , e je to dost zam eno na francouzsk re is ry a n kte jsou skv l , jin bych do tohohle v b ru neza adila a chyb tam jin sou asn velik ni

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