How Mavericks and Rule-Breakers Changed the Movies
It all started in the 1890's with a very simple gear-driven movie camera using only silent, black and white film. Since then, filmmaking exploded into a leading, diverse world art form and business. Returning film-maker and film instructor Glenn Andreiev gives an exciting whirlwind fact-packed history of film-making's maverick driven, rule breaking evolution. Using rare almost never-seen film clips from all eras of movie-making as well as segments from landmark films, and under-rated classics, Andreiev takes us on a 120-year journey through the technical and artistic history of movies that includes Alfred Hitchcock, Slavko Vorkapich, Raoul Walsh, Steven Spielberg, Sergei Eisenstein, Georges Melies, Tom Tykwer, Peter Jackson. he class includes discussions (It's not just a lecture), take home material and a fun hands-on film history exercise.
Glenn Andreiev is a graduate of New York's School Of Visual Arts, where he studied film history under William K.
Everson and Gene Stavis. He is a Long Island based independent f ilm-m ker. His previous films include Sharp and Sudden, The Deed To Hell and The Make-Believers. He has been teaching film production classes at The Cinema Arts Centre for fifteen years.
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