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Hello everyone, 

 

I have a question to prof. Richard Edward and I think it might be an interest for some of other colleagues as well. 

I am interested in film-making and this is one of my biggest motivations to join the course. I can see during the first week that I am very interested in the touch of Hitchcock technically and artistically  speaking. Also his concept about cinema, the relationship between the filmmaker and the audience, how a director should work in a team etc., are very useful to know and to follow the discussions on them among many other things in the course.   I got also good idea about the historical context of the cinema development during Hitchcock time. 

 

Considering the coming five weeks My question is what is the best way a beginner filmmaker could increase his learning of filmmaking by this course technically and artistically speaking. 

 

Many thanks and best regards, 

 

Nahed 

 

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I like you am just getting into making film. I took this class because it isn't best for me to go to college and get a degree in Film. If I went, I would have to take film study courses like this one. I think, the best thing, is to take the class and learn from Hitchcock things you might like to try or avoid as he even had his pitfalls in film. Learning about the great people in film can help form which kind of film maker you will end up and may stern you into one artistic idea or another. 

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I like you am just getting into making film. I took this class because it isn't best for me to go to college and get a degree in Film. If I went, I would have to take film study courses like this one. I think, the best thing, is to take the class and learn from Hitchcock things you might like to try or avoid as he even had his pitfalls in film. Learning about the great people in film can help form which kind of film maker you will end up and may stern you into one artistic idea or another. 

thank you very much dear 

I am pleased somebody else is sharing the same situation and I also loved your concept of the best way a filmmaker can get the best of the course

Have a best of luck and enjoyment 

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