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How To Block A Scene

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How To Block A Scene

Ready to shoot your scene?  Not without blocking!

The key to successfully shooting a scene for a movie is to block the actors and camera, light the set, rehearse the action, tweak the lighting and set, then shoot the scene. In this video, Hollywood directors, cinematographers, gaffers and camera operators give you dozens of of tips, tricks and techniques for your own productions. This video provides an overview of the blocking process, but for more comprehensive videos, be sure to visit FIlmSkills – the world’s largest online film school.

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