When reading relevant materials on Taiwan's film history in the 1950s, you will always come across the term "substitute" or "substitute". At first glance, I just smiled, but I didn't realize it was eye-catching. I just made a movie when I made a movie, and I can still "shoot" and "shoot" like "singing behind the scenes". However, it appears too many times, as if the industry is normal, which also makes people have to seriously pay attention to its actual meaning.
The difference between factory and factory Let's take the analogy of "singing behind the scenes": singers with beautiful voices, at the request of the director or composer, "sing for" stars with good looks and superb acting skills. They record the vocal cords of the singing, let the stars practice, and then Stand in front of the camera and perform mouth-to-mouth with a pre-recorded soundtrack, then combine the filmed film with the audio recording, and print it into a film copy for release. The operation mode of "substitute filming" is roughly like this: the "production studio" that owns the studio, shooting venue, equipment and technical Shadow Making personnel will then place an order from the outside world. The investment company's trademark becomes the film "produced" by the investment company. In the category of Taiwanese film history,
it is worth mentioning that the "funders" are often private film companies, or long-sleeved film companies, who raise funds and sell films, or are full of ideals, conscientious and conscientious, and hope to be able to benefit the people with artistic works. . In short, it is the difference between "with a studio" and "with More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels