Film –Portrait on TV
Keywords:film-portrait, audio-visual means, compositional arrangement, historical personality, psychological character
In our opinion, it is possible to create a real screen portrait only in a documentary film, because its preparation takes a long time and the shooting method here is also different, for example, a long observation method is often used to create such a portrait - the so-called “Accustomed camera”, when the characters finally get so used to the camera that they don’t even control its presence anymore. And for a program (story), which is intended for a single screening, this luxury is less available, to say nothing of the entire arsenal of audio-visual means used in the film.
Creation of a film-portrait requires great knowledge and a creative approach. It is clear that the shooting methods and compositional arrangement in this genre of films are largely determined by the theme, but the presence of artistic elements can still be observed in all of them. In order to present the image clearly, we discussed two different film-portraits, one of which depicts the life of a historical person –in the TV film-portrait – in “Sun of the East –the Gurji Khatun”–in addition to the interesting topicGiorgi Kalandia could create a highly artistic and informative portrait work by the skillful use of various expressive means.
In film-portrait – “Here and There” by K. Sadgobelashvili (director Sh.Shengeli) - we met an elderly lady who seemed to have done nothing special, but by solving the theme with artistic methods, the filmmakers managed to highlight the psychological character of this person... Such characters will definitely attract the attention of the audience.
ლეონიძე, ნ. ტელეჟურნალისტიკა, თსუ, 2002:35
ჟვანია,გ. ქართული დოკუმენტური კინო, 1970, გვ.17
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