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Cinema ... (from the Greek kinéo - move, move) - a part of complex words indicating a connection with cinema; for example, cinema, cinema, etc.
Cinematography is a branch of human activity that consists in creating moving images. Sometimes also referred to as cinematography (from French cinématographe, obsolete) and cinematography. Cinematography was invented in the 19th century and became extremely popular in the 20th century.
The concept of cinematography includes cinematography - a type of modern fine art, works of which are created using moving images, and the film industry (film industry) - a branch of the economy that produces films, special effects for films, animation, and demonstrates these works for the audience. Cinema works are created using cinema technology. The study of cinematography is the science of cinematography.
The influence of cinema on culture and art is indisputable; there are even suggestions about the significance of the influence of cinema on politics and the economy. Films are shown in cinemas, on television, and distributed "on video" in the form of videotapes and videodiscs.
Cinema is a closed world, you cannot get there, the whole truth about it is known only on the sidelines. This is only half a myth. Cinema is indeed a closed world. Where is the myth, where is the reality, it is difficult to understand even the "viewers from the inside" - directly to the participants in the cinema business. Cinema has its own myths about projects, about artists. Moreover, the participants in the process are interested in spreading myths about themselves and about films. Because the viewer is always susceptible to the mysterious, and loves to listen to all sorts of fairy tales.
It's not so difficult to get into the cinema. Many artists honestly declare that they got to the cinema by accident, and this is a fact. For example, Alexey Serebryakov, Jean Gabin, Alain Delon and other greats. So the stars "coincided". It doesn't matter if they were from acting families.
There is little information about cinema. There is a lot of information, but little truth. A lot of fictions of journalists and television. But if we compare all the various information that is provided, a picturesque picture of the film business emerges.
All producers, artists, directors are the richest, independent, advanced people who make up the elite of society. This is a political myth. The salaries of actors, directors and other cinematographers in Soviet times were truly humiliating. She couldn't even support her family. Therefore, they created this myth, which is still repeated, about the steepness of the acting life, so that people go to the acting. Now the actor's salary is slightly higher, and it is far from stable. Theater is generally poor. All participants in film projects are very dependent, from producers, directors, and ending with actors - censorship, limited funding, the state.
All who act in films are exceptionally talented people from God, and they made it to the cinema only thanks to their talent. There are "two sides of the same coin" in this statement. Actors are usually divided into two categories: great and just actors. Some have achieved success only thanks to their natural talent and beauty, others - due to acting, money and connections. Acting is an acquired skill. Some have it by nature, some have learned, and some are simply banal and are being filmed. So somebody needs it.
Those who act in films make money easily. This is what people who are far from cinema say. The acting profession and life is very intense and dynamic. Shooting of one frame, at times, lasts from several hours to several days. And if shooting in nature! And what is it like to work in different conditions ?! The director is as tense as the actor! And a cram of roles at night! And endless business trips! Plus, earnings are unstable and roles are rarely offered! So, that we are not talking about easy money, if at all we are talking about big money, which is an exception.
To make a film, you must definitely learn from a great master. Nothing like this! Cinema masterpieces are born from the ashes. Prizes are awarded to innovators who have approached the project outside the box. For example, Pavel Lungin won a prize at the Cannes Film Festival for Taxi Blues. He said in an interview that he did not study directing at all. And there are many such examples in the cinema.
It is impossible for a domestic actor to break into Western cinema. This is really a reality. Nobody will shoot a Russian actor or give a clear role. Americans just don't understand Russian culture and acting. We must also take into account the political side.
Russian movie stars are highly rated in the West. Russian actors are definitely not listed. Among the directors, Mikhalkov and Soloviev are known, and even more as scriptwriters.
The best place for creative cinema is Russia. Far from it. You need to have a special talent to attract funding for film projects. In Russia, now more than ever, there are problems with financing cinema. State policy with its censorship severely restricts freedom of filmmaking.
If a brilliant script is written, then it will be put on immediately. This is not the case. Problems to stage the script can be all around - no money, no suitable actors, no equipment for special effects, politics, censorship, intrigues of the film business.