Filmmaking / Directing : Language of Cinema: Martin Scorsese's Essay Explains the Importance of Visual Literacy. by Dimi Nakov

Dimi Nakov

Language of Cinema: Martin Scorsese's Essay Explains the Importance of Visual Literacy.

From No Film School <>> "Language of Cinema: Martin Scorsese's Essay Explains the Importance of Visual Literacy. We can’t afford to let ourselves be guided by contemporary cultural standards -- particularly now. There was a time when the average person wasn’t even aware of box office grosses. But since the 1980s, it’s become a kind of sport -- and really, a form of judgment. It culturally trivializes film. And for young people today, that’s what they know. Who made the most money? Who was the most popular?" http://nofilmschool.com/2013/07/scorsese-essay-explains-importance-of-vi...

Language of Cinema: Martin Scorsese's Essay Explains the Importance of Visual Literacy
Language of Cinema: Martin Scorsese's Essay Explains the Importance of Visual Literacy
I think the thing that made the greatest impact on me when I was in college was this strange concept, one I'd never heard of before -- the concept of visual literacy.

Other topics in Filmmaking / Directing:

register for stage 32 Register / Log In