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Class Notes for SCRN20011 at University of Melbourne

Hollywood and Entertainment

SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: New Queer Cinema, Unapologetic, Inflectional Phrase

Lecture 10: new queer cinema CAN USE GAY OR QUEER IN THE WRITING but not homosexual A24 studio Studio as a new form of auteur Black cinema Emergence of black cinema in 60s important to the next wave of african american dir...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Diegesis, Commodification

Lecture 11: POMO cinema, complex narratives Complex narratives Rise if prestige film edgyhip films 1990s: new phase of narrative complexity, shifts in temporality etc Shift in circuit Excess of style Spectacle competes wi...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Transmedia Storytelling, Oligopoly, High-Concept

Lecture 6: cinema exhibition Cinema complexes Films as part of a larger social environments How cinematic experience placed into the wider context The entertainment experience Audience respond to the spectacle the same way...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Transmedia Storytelling, Prosumer

Lecture 7: transmedia and fandoms Jenkins Story unfolding across multiple media platforms, each making valuable contribution to the overall story Offers backstory, map the world, offer same story but from anothers perspect...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Art Film, Independent Film

Lecture 9: indiewood Art cinema Ambiguous spatial relations Open ended, ending unclear or ambiguous Ambiguous spatial relations, discontinuity editing etc Tap into youth market Controversial topics Independent film and hol...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Everyman, Transmedia Storytelling, Textuality

Lecture 8: comic book movies IP AND LICENSING Gave hollywood creative and economic control over production, marketing, and sublicensing MCU unifies property catalogue it still controls + challenges traditional licensing rs...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Continuity Editing, Film Noir, Intertextuality

Lecture 4: the film school generation auteurs Dual aims Make entertaining film Film as a Form of personal expression East coast filmmakers: new york film school Access to film of television Two levels of filmmaking 1. Act...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Classical Hollywood Cinema, Counterculture Of The 1960S, Paratext

Lecture 3: the right cycle Hollywood in transition Social and industrial upheavals Rise of independent films and art house cinemas after paramount decree Disruption to classical narrative form and film style Left and right...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Panavision, High-Concept, Auteur Theory

Lecture 5: reinventing the blockbuster Shift in terms blockbusters THEN: If it smashed in the box office = blockbuster NOW: spx, visual display, hollywood stars, action, franchises, sequels Competition with other entertai...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Classical Hollywood Cinema, Motion Picture Production Code

Lecture 1: postclassical hollywood Ethan as an ambiguous hero Character as a product of: o Industrial changes (post studio era, postclassical filmmaking o Cultural changes (civil rights movements) o Genre changes (revision...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker
SCRN20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Film Stock, Social Complexity, Space Race

Lecture 2: the left and right cycle Postwar challenge to hollywood Competition from tv Population move to suburb Break up of the studio system Production code becoming out of touch w society Hollywoods response Widescreen ...

Screen and Cultural Studies
SCRN20011
Djoymi Baker

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