NEW Filmmaking Book – Filmmaking Crash Course: 30 Exercises for Educators, Students, and Filmmakers on Amazon and Amazon Kindle
Unravel the mystique surrounding filmmaking through simple, well-thought-out exercises and practical tips. This book can be used quickly by any filmmaker regardless of level. For those that are established film professionals, there are a variety of exercises that can help you build skills in your weaker areas. Over thirty practical filmmaking exercises. Focus on writing, production, directing, and post-production. Students and professionals alike will find exercises that hone their skills substantially. A great addition to any video production library. Whether you are in video production, screenwriting, sound, cinematography, short films, feature-length movie production, advertising, or animation, you will learn something new in this exciting new film workbook.
WANT TO WRITE MUSIC? Composer Boot Camp is a series of 50 exercises for educators and beginning, intermediate, and advanced musicians who want to develop their skills in composition. Composer Boot Camp 101 workbook is designed to help educators, students, and seasoned professionals to hone their compositional craft. There are a series of exercises, helpful tips, resources, and more to help the musician prepare a solid foundation in music composition developed by award-winning composer and music educator Sabrina Pena Young.
In this special two book expanded edition of the science fiction series the Libertaria Chronicles, the young teen Libertaria escapes from the GenTech Factory and pairs up with her addict Father to destroy evil immortal scientists. With genetics gone awry, the world in utter chaos, and dark family secrets that threaten to destroy her, Libertaria discovers that sometimes to save the world you must lose your soul!
“The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today” traces the intersection of experimental music and new media through the works of composers and artists at the turn of twentieth century America. An invaluable addition to any music, visual arts, or historical library collection, “The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today” gives a voice to the sights and sounds of innovative women such as Laurie Anderson, Alison Knowles, Brenda Hutchinson, Pauline Oliveros, Pamela Z, Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, Maggie Payne, Sylvia Pengilly, Madonna, Lydia Lunch, and countless others, who embraced social change, technology, and the arts to create compelling and sometimes controversial works.