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The book is written by award-winning director Katrina McPherson, whose passion for the genre ...
The book is written by award-winning director Katrina McPherson, whose passion for the genre combines with her wide experience of choreographing, directing and teaching video dance. Making Video Dance contains: a detailed explanation of the creative process, practical exercises to illuminate important stages of the process, interviews with key international video dance practitioners, including Lea Anderson, Elliot Caplan, David Hinton, Liz Aggiss and Billy Cowie, a production diary of the making of The Truth, providing a fascinating, first-hand account of the challenges of creating a large-scale video dance work, an introduction by Bob Lockyer, co-founder of the influential BBC/Arts Council England Dance for the Camera series, helpful tips and a glossary of terms. Conceived as an invaluable resource and source of inspiration for those whose imagination is captured by this exciting new art form, Making Video Dance will appeal to anyone who wants to know about how to create dance for the screen.
About the Author:
Katrina McPherson has taught extensively and is currently Research Fellow at Dundee University
|How did we get here? : some thoughts on making dance for television|
|2||Dance and the camera||23|
|3||Developing the work||43|
|4||Creating your on-screen world||63|
|6||When the shoot comes||117|
|7||Light and sound on the shoot||141|
|8||Preparation for the edit||157|
|9||Choreography of the edit||173|
|11||Out on the road||213|
|12||Diary : the making of The truth||225|