Tuesday, December 22, 2009

The 24 Crafts of Film Making

Film making is an art that can be defined as consolidated efforts of individuals specialized in the “24 Crafts” of film making. Each of these art appeals to the senses of the audience in one way or the other.

The success and failure of a film is decided by what we call as the “senses” of the audience . If a film appeals to the “senses” of the audience, it is considered to be a hit. Some films go down well with the critics and some with the masses. Very few films go well with both the classes.

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  1. Can you list the names of those 24 crafts?
    plz waiting for your reply

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  2. Hi I am new to this blog and like to learn and share. I am writing few scripts starting with short film. I will try to share all the things i learn in the process

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  3. The 24 crafts are specifically directive in the film making process.Like for eg Direction,Editing,Cinematography etc.There is no hard and fast rule about the number in the crafts.As the advancement of technology is happening so is the inclusion of new crafts.But everything said and done,film maing is a vast ocean that needs expertise in every aspect of film making

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  4. The 24 crafts are specifically directive in the film making process.Like for eg Direction,Editing,Cinematography etc.There is no hard and fast rule about the number in the crafts.As the advancement of technology is happening so is the inclusion of new crafts.But everything said and done,film maing is a vast ocean that needs expertise in every aspect of film making

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  5. Direction
    editing
    exibhitor
    field publicity
    distributor
    film processing lab
    make up department
    media publicity
    music department
    outdoor unit
    processing lab
    producer
    publicity designer
    art department
    sound department
    still department
    story department
    stunts
    administrative department
    art department
    sets & props
    artists
    choreographer
    cinematographer
    costume department

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