Educational film by Darezhan Omirbayev for film schools students.
A series of educational films, “Autographs” is a textbook for students of cinema department, which is dedicated to the works of great authors of word cinema. These films show and explore the most colorful and unique pieces that are typical and repetitive directorial techniques from the film (scenes), which are important in the work of one or another author. In the processof viewing and analysis of educational films, students studying filmmaking, film studies, as well as the cinematography, will be able to become better acquainted with the work of the filmmakers of world cinema – identify importa,t artistic techniques and visual solutions, which subsequently formed different directions in the cinema, and made the foundation of the evolution of “cinema language”. “Autographs” promote deeper study of the existing methods of film direction, and help to identify and compare in a condensed form the features of the style, filmmajer’s “handwriting”. “Autographs” include a series of educational films, manuals on a brief study of the works of such distinguished filmmakers as Jean Vigo, Michelangelo Antonioni, Alfred Hitchcock, Ingmar Bergman, Andrei Tarkovsky, Robert Bresson and others.
“Bayge” (in Kazakh language) – a competion, a contest.
This educational films for students of cinema department is about how the same content of scenes is shooting by well-known directors in their different films. Such monitoring helps to identify, define and compare the features of style and direction of an author. The three parts of the educational film show scenes shot onbase of works of Dostoyevsky’s “Crime and punishment”, “White Nights” and Leo Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina”.
… it should remember that you can “steal” this way all things except a style that is directly related to the individual vision of the author…
but also :
DREAMS IN CINEMA
SEX IN CINEMA
DEATH IN CINEMA
POETRY IN CINEMA
DVD Source: Label unknown, R5, 5xDVD5
DVD Format: NTSC and PAL, depending on the DVD
DVD Audio: Russian VO, AC3 2.0 mono
DVD extras: none
Language(s):Various (extracts from different films from different countries, some Kazakh voice over)
Subtitles:For some parts, English (hardcoded)