Filmosophy


Have you ever heard words "Filmosophy".. what is exactly is this? Filmosophy is from Film Philosophy.

 

Film Philosophy

Filmosophy is a provocative new manifesto for a radically philosophical way of understanding cinema. The book coalesces twentieth-century ideas of film as thought (from Hugo Münsterberg to Gilles Deleuze) into a practical theory of ‘film-thinking’, arguing that film style conveys poetic ideas through a constant dramatic ‘intent’ about the characters, spaces and events of film. With discussions of contemporary filmmakers such as Béla Tarr, Michael Haneke and the Dardenne brothers, this timely intervention into the study of film and philosophy will stir argument and discussion among both filmgoers and filmmakers alike.

Daniel Frampton is a London-based writer and filmmaker, and the
founding editor of the salon-journal Film-Philosophy.

The important thing about philosophy to adapted their movie is when they write the story. Know well the PREMISE. Premise of a film or screenplay is the fundamental concept that drives the plot.

A good premise can usually be expressed very simply, and many films can be identified simply from a short sentence describing the premise.

The filmmaker still really need to understand what is philosophy of their works, their script, their screenplay and they can really imagine what exactly they need it for the set. The basic cinema is to know the film philosophy on their film. 

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3 Comments on “Filmosophy

  1. Nad,

    Apakabar? Aku baru terima emailmu kemarin malam, mungkin aku bisa bantu akhir bulan. Materi yang sudah ada sepertinya sudah cukup, coba ganti sama kuliah dasar saja.

    Aku tidak tahu mengenai permasalahan penggantian struktur organisasi, aku tidak ikut dalam permasalahan yang satu itu tapi coba saja untuk telfon mas Ari, dia lebih tahu banyak.

    Nanti aku hubungi lagi lewat email, by the way materi film kok dikit disini?

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