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Department
Contemporary Arts
Course
FPA 136
Professor
Peter Lester
Semester
Fall

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FPA 136 Soviet Cinema & the Origin of the Montage Editing: coordination of one shot with another Continuity Editing: tell stories clearly and coherently (developed by Griffith)  Minimize confusion and doesn’t draw attention to itself  Consistency of tone, rhythm, and spatial relations  Editing works in service of the narrative Vladimir Ulyanov “Levnin”: motion pictures as a crucial tool in campaigning  “of all the arts, the cinema is the most important for us”  Agit trains: toured countryside and brought films  Russia had no equipment and was short of film stock  Filmmakers had to leave to other parts of Europe and took equipment with them Moscow Film School: 1 film school in the world Lev Kuleshov: “The Kuleshov Experiments”  Mozzhu
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