The production of The Language of Film Video (DVD) is inspired from the filming of Twelfth Night. The film was directed by Tim Supple, who was renowned for following every word like the way a poet pens them. However, everything changed when he and screenwriter Andrew Bannerman changed from the old practice and instead intercut scenes and translated the play into what has today become known as the language of film.
In the language of Film Video (DVD), members of the cast and crew make use of bits and pieces from the original film to showcase how scene, setting, character, action, and dialogue are integrated to communicate the heart of the story not forgetting all its nuances, themes, subplots, and hidden meanings. The Language of Film Video (DVD) can be described as a documentary that details the art of film making.
It plays for 25 minutes. A must have for those who want to have a sneak preview about film making.