Презентация по английскому языку на тему "Cinema - Who is who behind the camera" (8 - 9 класс)
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BEHIND THE CAMERA
Никитина С. Г., учитель англ. языка МАОУ «СОШ №133» г. Пермь
На слайде №4 кликать на цифру, будет открываться название профессии человека, занятого в кинопроизводстве.
Возврат со слайда в левом нижнем углу (4), возможно линейное воспроизведение в случае работы с лексикой по теме.
A lot of people are needed to make a film, as well as the actors and actresses. They are all the other people whose names appear at the beginning or end of a film. Some of them have strange-sounding jobs like 'Best Boy' or 'Key Grip'. Let's look at just some of them.
The director controls all the actors and technicians on a film set. He or she decides how to shoot each scene and is generally in charge of the movie's creative development.
Producers look after the business side of a film. First, they find the money to start a project. Then they control the budget while it's made.
Finally, they're in charge of the film's publicity and release.
An editor's job is to 'cut' all the film shot by the director into a final two or three hour version.
An editing table
The person who has written a 'play' for the 'screen'. Screenplay adapted by... means that the story was originally a book or a stage-play.
Sometimes many screenwriters are employed before a director is happy with a screenplay.
5. CASTING DIRECTOR
Casting directors choose actors for the various roles in a film. This includes selecting everyone from top international stars to 'extras'.
6. ART DIRECTOR
The person in charge of a film's overall visual design is called the art director (or sometimes the 'production designer'). His or her responsibilities include the sets and costumes.
7. SECOND UNIT DIRECTOR
To save time, movies are often made in two places at once. For example, while the leading actors are working in London, a car chase may be filmed in New York. The technicians who make these 'action' sequences (or scenes with lots of extras) are called the Second Unit, and their boss is the Second Unit Director.
10. KEY GRIP
A key grip moves the camera from one position to another on the set or location.
11. FOCUS - PULLER
Focus-puller - this job involves keeping the camera in focus and changing lenses when necessary.
The clapper-board is two pieces of wood. These are brought together with a 'clap!' at the start of each 'take'." They have information written on them which helps the director and editor to keep the takes in order. The clapper-loader operates the clapper-board and also puts film in the camera.
13. DUBBING EDITOR
This job starts after shooting is over. It involves mixing dialogue, music and sound-effects to produce the film's final 'sound-track'.
14. SOUND MIXER
Sound mixers control the equipment which records sounds picked up by the microphone.
15. CONTINUITY SUPERVISOR
The scenes in a film are usually shot out of order. For example, the end may be shot before the beginning. A continuity supervisor's job is to make sure that costumes, sets, props, etc. are all consistent.