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Department
Film Studies
Course
FILM 1000
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

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Lecture  Casandra Dana Romantic Comedy The Classical Period Genre: ­subject matter ­formula plot basis conflict familiar to viewers basis for variations and transgressions in the form ­conventions (thematic concerns and characterization) specific ways in which the formula plot is translated into visualized action  plot (i.e. episodes that recur from film to film) form: stylistic elements which are part of the mise­en­scène characterization  performance ­iconography (visual settings) images and objects that are significant elements of the formula plot meaning from extra filmic sources (i.e. history, literature, popular culture) visual motifs emotional weight Genre Evaluation A way of grouping genre films according to variations of formula plots, conventions,
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