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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lauren Bacall, Star System

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UBCFIPR 131Tom ScholteSpring

FIPR 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pastry Chef, World View, Uta Hagen

Obligation: theatre, to person in back row, film, to scene partner. Intentionality: know the intention of the character vs. their obstacles. Job descri
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UBCFIPR 234Sharon McGowanSpring

FIPR 234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Canada Media Fund, Foundation For Information Policy Research, Vancouver Foundation

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This is where you pitch your project to a production company or studio and they purchase the right to make it and they provide all of the financing. Th
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UBCFIPR 469Alejandro YoshizawaSpring

FIPR 469 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phantom Power

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Microphones are useful to record sounds for film. Sound is more important than video, in a way. Sometimes the sound can go from microphone to camera. T
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Francis Ford Coppola, Alanis Obomsawin, Janis Joplin

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Malcolm x, jimmi hendrix, janis joplin, sharon tate were dead. Four hundred colleges on strike protesting a vietnam war. Watergate scandal of 1972-74 a
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Leni Riefenstahl, Poetic Realism

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Good thesis, 4 additional sources, organization and style. Topic idea for paper due: by this friday (not graded) Blimps on camera directors/producers w
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Oscar Micheaux, Buster Keaton, Romantic Realism

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Emotional excess, not a balance between form and content that the word classical refers to. Closed- because they create worlds which do not acknowledge
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: A Single Shot, Multiple Exposure, Medium Shot

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When the first motion pictures were created, editing did not exist. Most early films were single shot camera placed for composition/emotional considera
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Romantic Realism, Pessimism, Howard Hawks

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The language of film was greatly impacted by the end of wwii in the 1940s. American authorities had to approve all films made in japan and germany and
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lauren Bacall, Star System

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Arthur koestler- the industry is great and brings new, originality. Lauren bacall- the industry is shit, it"s the medium that is great. Film helps to b
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UBCFIPR 101Shannon WalshWinter

FIPR 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: French New Wave, Bandung Conference, Andrei Tarkovsky

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The breakdown of romantic cinema and the coming of modernism. Algerian national liberation front began attacks on french institutions. American student
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UBCFIPR 469Alejandro YoshizawaSpring

FIPR 469 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Shutter Speed, F-Number, Image Stabilization

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How many individual images or frames per second of video. Lower frame rates affect smoothness of video; higher ones used for slow motion, ultra low for
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