Experiencing Movies

Author(s): Daryl Worley

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2020

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ISBN 9781792448546

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A comprehensive look at the development of the motion picture and Hollywood from silent films to the present. Significant films such as Sunset Boulevard and North by Northwest are used to illustrate the growth of the motion picture industry as well as the variety of stories and filming techniques that have been developed over that past one hundred years. The appendices of the book have a place for students to take movie notes for the films studied as well as chapter questions, a film review outline and essay suggestions for social responsibility and cultural expectations. This book was developed for online students but works equally well with students in the classroom.

Daryl Worley

Dr. Daryl R. Worley A native Texan with a New Mexican influence. Born close to Amarillo, but raised in Clovis, New Mexico, Daryl was exposed to a variety of Artistic experiences in the classroom and the community. He holds a BSE from Howard Payne University where he majored in Education, Studio Art and Theatre with a minor in music. After teaching high school theatre for nearly 10 years, he entered the world of professional theatre as a director and producer of plays and musicals. Daryl graduate from Baylor University in 2006 with his Master of Arts degree in directing and began teaching at the college level and writing and directing plays. Daryl holds an educational doctorate in curriculum and instruction from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Daryl teaches for Navarro College and Texas A & M University- Commerce as well as several other institutions as a guest professor. His published works include Theatre Through the Ages: An Introduction to Theatre as well as a cookbook and upcoming memoir and numerous professional journals. Daryl resides in Texas with his wife Christa and son Greerson.

A comprehensive look at the development of the motion picture and Hollywood from silent films to the present. Significant films such as Sunset Boulevard and North by Northwest are used to illustrate the growth of the motion picture industry as well as the variety of stories and filming techniques that have been developed over that past one hundred years. The appendices of the book have a place for students to take movie notes for the films studied as well as chapter questions, a film review outline and essay suggestions for social responsibility and cultural expectations. This book was developed for online students but works equally well with students in the classroom.

Daryl Worley

Dr. Daryl R. Worley A native Texan with a New Mexican influence. Born close to Amarillo, but raised in Clovis, New Mexico, Daryl was exposed to a variety of Artistic experiences in the classroom and the community. He holds a BSE from Howard Payne University where he majored in Education, Studio Art and Theatre with a minor in music. After teaching high school theatre for nearly 10 years, he entered the world of professional theatre as a director and producer of plays and musicals. Daryl graduate from Baylor University in 2006 with his Master of Arts degree in directing and began teaching at the college level and writing and directing plays. Daryl holds an educational doctorate in curriculum and instruction from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Daryl teaches for Navarro College and Texas A & M University- Commerce as well as several other institutions as a guest professor. His published works include Theatre Through the Ages: An Introduction to Theatre as well as a cookbook and upcoming memoir and numerous professional journals. Daryl resides in Texas with his wife Christa and son Greerson.