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Theatre & Film Studies
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Fox 1 Lecture 7 THEATRE & FILM 3FF3 Monday October 28, 2013 Development of Soviet Montage  Soviet Montage: 1. Bringing together of shots 2. Fragment of shots will be in contrast to one another 3. The audience makes connections between these fragments  Eisenstein Theory of Dialectical montage: all about the conflicting fragments coming together and new meaning is generated out of the collision of this (new ideas are generated into the audience)/he was influenced by Hiegel/montage of attractions of 2 sho
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