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Film Studies
Course
FILM 1000
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All Professors
Semester
Winter

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Film Oct. 15   th Casandra Dana Mise­en­Scène Location, sets, props, lighting, color, costumes, performance, camera movement,  makeup, everything that we see in the shot, creates meaning ­Physical setting and décor ­Staging of action ­Composition of all those materials ­Framing of all those materials Camera Movement 1. Tilt Camera is static, doesn’t move Scans space vertically, moves upwards and downwards I.e. looking someone up and down 2. Pan Camera is static, fixed on axis Scans space horizontally – right to left and left to right 3. Tracking Also known as dolly shot because you place the camera on a dolly Camera follows the characters horizontally Difference between tracking and panning is that in a tracking shot the camera actually moves and the  distance does not change 4. Crane Shot Camera is on a crane/elevated location Scans space vertically Can be mobile Usually a combination of shots, i.e. a crane tracking shot 5. Zoom Start from long distance framing, gets closer Looks like we are getting closer, but no actual movement Pinching the screen Enlarging subject, but decreasing quality Image gets flattened – no perspective as it is an artificial close­up  6. Racking Focus Lens doesn’t keep everything in focus Either the foreground or background is in focus No editing, just shifting Camera Movement in Continuity Editing Two kinds of motivations for movement in classical Hollywood cinema, only there in a  way that is completely seamless and invisible. 1. Motivated by the character Physical movement POV Psychological state 2. Motivated by the need to convey narrative information Establish location/setting Provide info that advances the pot action/important thematically: Motif: an element in a film that is repeated in a significant way Film Oct. 15   th Casandra Dana TA email: [email protected] Essay No external research, but you may reference textbook. 3 pages long. 1)title page – essay title, your name and student number, course number, professor’
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