WOLF : a case study in the making of a feature film

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WOLF : a case study in the making of a feature film

Show simple item record Smith, Ya'Ke 2012-02-08 2012-03-27T19:37:16Z 2012-03-27T19:37:16Z 2012-03-27
dc.description.abstract WOLF tells the story of a family that is shaken to the core when they discover that their son has been molested. As they struggle to deal with the betrayal, their son heads towards a total mental collapse because of his love for his abuser. Assistant Professor Ya'Ke has made a name for himself as a filmmaker with a veracious style of storytelling that takes an unflinching look at issues facing today's society and his most recent work is no different. Shot over 15 days this past summer in San Antonio, TX, Professor Smith will share his experience making the film as well as what attracted him to the topic. Currently in Post-Production, Smith's discussion will give you insight into what it takes to make a film from initial idea to final execution. He will also share a short clip of the work in progress.
dc.description.sponsorship University of Texas at Arlington Library
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher University of Texas at Arlington Library
dc.relation.ispartof Focus on Faculty
dc.subject Motion picture authorship
dc.subject Motion pictures - Production and direction
dc.title WOLF : a case study in the making of a feature film
dc.type Video en_US

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