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FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Wave Group, Science Fiction Film, Charles Antoine Lemaire
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FILM 279 Lecture Notes: Week 6 ANTI-GENRE NEW WAVE CINEMAS AND THE LIBERATION OF FILM FORM: 1960-1975 SF Genre At the same time that new wave cinemas were emerging, the literar...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Fill Light, Tsui Hark, Martial Arts Film
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FILM 279 Lecture Notes: Week 7 THE UNTIMELY POWERS OF GENRES HONG KONG CINEMA AND POSTCOLONIALISM, 1978-1994 The Movement-Image -> The Time-Image (1955-1975) Solaris The people are m...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Andrei Tarkovsky, Digital Image, Narratology
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FILM 279: Week 9 Lecture Notes IMPERCEPTIBLE DIMENSIONS: Argentine SF Cinema & the Media City Time-Image (1955-1975) o The movement-image does not just turn into the time-image. The time-image ...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Kenji Miyazawa, Lotus Sutra, Kiichi Miyazawa
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th Wednesday, April 11 Final Week-1 NIGHT OF THE MILKY WAY RAILWAY - Mistake of thinking that today what we find in East Asia is a result of the...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Friedrich Kittler, Lewis Mumford, Digital Cinema
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FILM 279: Week 10 NEW KOREAN CINEMA AND TRANSNATIONAL GENRE 1990-2009 Global Waves 3 2000 (Digital) The Host 2006 The City is a Medium (Worksheet 9) In The City is a Medium (first published in 1988), F...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: First Spaceship On Venus, Kurt Maetzig, Science Fiction Film
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FILM 279 LECTURE NOTES: WEEK 5 WHOSE FUTURE? WHOSE FILM? The Communicative Function of Genres: 1955-1965 The Silent Star 1960 o Director: Kurt Maetzig o East Germany: Der Schw...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Wanuri Kahiu, Afrofuturism, Pumzi
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FILM 279: Week 12 Lecture Notes EXCESSIVELY ENIGMATIC ENTITIES: Afro-Futurism & media assemblages Four African Cinemas - Third Cinema (Ousmane Sembene takes French cinema form and changes it to match his ...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Continuity Editing, Multiple Choice, Image Entertainment
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FILM 279 Lecture and Worksheet Notes: Week 3 Montage Meets Mickey Mouse In China Classical Film Form and Animation-Attractions: 1930-1945 Quiz 1: February 2 Approximately 30-60 mins Multiple choice, true...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Photorealism, New Hollywood, Cinema Of Japan
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FILM 279 EAST 389 Worksheet 10 GENRE: MONSTER MOVIES Human-Monster Communication What is Allegory? Allegory of What? 1

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Karel Zeman, Science Fiction Film, Anschluss
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FILM 279 Lecture and Worksheet Notes: Week 4 Blue text = Worksheet Cinema: A Deadly Invention? The SF Genre and the Cinematic imagination of Disaster: 1945-1960 Invention for Destruction The massi...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cinema Of Hong Kong, Peking Opera Blues
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FILM 279 EAST 389 Worksheet 7 GLOBAL WAVES 1. The Explosion of Classical Film Forms 2. Media Factors How did television affect cinema? How did video formats affect television and cinema? 3. The Explosion of Hong Kong Cinem...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Magic Realism, Science Fiction Film
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FILM 279 EAST 389 Worksheet 9 THE DIGITAL What are some of the key distinctions between analog and digital in the context of cinema? 1. index and imprint 2. the ability to fake realities 3. temporality 4. animation 5. medi...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Medium Shot, Continuity Editing, Anamorphosis
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FILM 279 Lecture and Worksheet Notes: Week 2 Blue text = Worksheet Continuity or Contradiction? Classical Film Form versus Vernacular Modernism: 1920-1940 Continuity Editing 1: camera work CLOSE S...

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FILM 279
Thomas Lamarre
FILM 279 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: French New Wave, Andrei Tarkovsky, Italian Neorealism
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FILM 279 EAST 389 Worksheet 6 NEW WAVES 1. NEW WAVE CINEMAS 2. NEW WAVE IN SF LITERATURE 1

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FILM 279
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FILM 279 Lecture 1: FILM 279 Lecture and Worksheet Notes Week 1
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FILM 279 Lecture and Worksheet Notes: Week 1 Blue text = worksheet Evaluations: 1) Two in-class quizzes (15 each) 2) Midterm essay and Final essay (30 each) 3) Attendance and Participation (10) Week 1 Agenda: 1895-1905: At...

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Thomas Lamarre

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