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Mark Ritchie <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 3 Jan 1994 11:19:20 EST
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On Fri, 31 Dec 1993 12:24:51 -0700 Mark Freeman  [log in to unmask] s
>Can anyone suggest a source for instructional videos demonstrating basic
>crafts skills---lighting, audi, editing etc......
There are quite a number of good basic instructional videos around.
The British Broadcasting Corp.'s ON CAMERA series available from the
BBC office in New York is excellent.  There are also some other BBC
production training videos available from Films For The Humanities and
Sciences in New Jersey.  An excellent choice might be VIDEOGRAPHY, its
an 8 part series with a text book that covers all the basics.  It even
refers to the type of equipment you are using.  Each episode has a text
chapter with an assignment and exercises.  You can get it from Peter
Hitchcock Productions, Telephone (416) 921-1021, Fax (416) 921-1189.
Mark Ritchie                   | Tel: (519) 888-4070
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