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Class Notes for Cinema Studies at University of Toronto Mississauga

CIN306H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fake Shemp, The Three Stooges
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Wednesday, October 4, 2017 CIN 306 LEC 04 The Three Stooges (2012) - Anthology between human and adult - paradox by plato: in order to become older than oneself, one must become younger than oneself • one thin...

Cinema Studies
CIN306H5
Brian Price
CIN301H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Julia Kristeva
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017 CIN 301 LEC 03 Alien - Horor • Universal: Creed (also Freud) - Abject (Julia Kristeva) • Universal experience of horror that we have both IRL & fiction • Violati...

Cinema Studies
CIN301H5
Matthew Stoddard
CIN306H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Agnosticism
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017 CIN 306 LEC 03 Horsefeathers - This movie is mainly absurd • as the title suggests, horses don’t have feathers - Why is it Huxley college? Why is it playing against Darwin? • Hux...

Cinema Studies
CIN306H5
Brian Price
CIN301H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Telepathy, Omnipotence, Primitive Culture
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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 CIN 301 Lec 02 What is (a) horror (film)? - Thinking these two questions together raising a bunch of additional questions • one key question: what is the nature of horror in horror fi...

Cinema Studies
CIN301H5
Matthew Stoddard
CIN306H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Girlfriend, Simon Critchley, Anthropocentrism

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 CIN 306 Lec 02 Humans & Animals ; Sleeping Dogs Lie - Five Assertions about Comedy: Simon Critchley 1. Laughter betrays a gap b/n expectation and actuality (p.1) • the joke int...

Cinema Studies
CIN306H5
Brian Price
CIN306H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Category Mistake

Wednesday, September 6, 2017 CIN 306 LEC 01 Theories of Laughter (3 diff ways in which laughter is said to occur according to theorists) Superiority Theory: Laughter is an expression of our supposed superiority, confirms ...

Cinema Studies
CIN306H5
Brian Price
CIN205H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Seismic Wave, Ocean Current, Water Cycle

Geology 105 Lecture Two: Earth, Energy and People The Earth An Active World  Earth is constantly changing  Matter, the stuff that takes up space, is being worked on by energy in various forms Terminology  Energy ...

Cinema Studies
CIN205H5
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CIN205H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Safran, Aisle, Subdominant

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Cinema Studies
CIN205H5
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CIN205H5 Lecture 2: 2AO4be

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CIN307H5 Lecture 11: CIN307 Lecture 11
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CIN307 Lecture 11: P2: Camera movements of a director Way of characterizing how the director moves the camera. Why the camera moves the way it does? Any film director that has directed 3 films. Digital Movement: JeanPierre...

Cinema Studies
CIN307H5
Brian Price
CIN307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Performative Utterance
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find more resources at oneclass.com CIN307 Lecture 7: Intermedial: Occurrence between two points or places Intermediality: Describes what different media have in common, and how one medium can be described in terms ...

Cinema Studies
CIN307H5
Brian Price
CIN307H5 Lecture 6: CIN307 Lecture 6
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CIN307 Lecture 6: Frederic Gros Once on his feet, though, men does not stay where he is. We no longer stay where we are = we no longer stay who we are Walking is not a sport (no competition doesnt involve techniques and r...

Cinema Studies
CIN307H5
Brian Price
CIN307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Marcel Pagnol, Jean Epstein, Sound Film
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CIN307 Lecture 3: Paper 1: Ways in which the exhibition takes an idea discussed in class. Sound vs. Stasis, or, Film vs. Theatre Jean Epstein, "The Cinema Continues" 1930. What happens in Cinema around medium-specifity...

Cinema Studies
CIN307H5
Brian Price
CIN307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: List Of Amusement Rides, Raymond Bellour, Afterimage
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CIN307 Week 2: Raymond Bellour "Concerning the Photographic"  Adaptation.  Experiments with what constitutes emotion and what is considered style  Experiments with the freedom that the child portrays in ...

Cinema Studies
CIN307H5
Brian Price
CIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: French New Wave, Film Noir, Race Film

Cinema- Nov 18 th paper 3  Due December 2 nd  1000-1200 words analysis of two or three scenes from single film of your choice  Formal-social analysis  Address one of these topics: ...

Cinema Studies
CIN101H5
Matthew Stoddard
The Catcher in the Rye - Reference Guides

TM permacharts The Catcher in the Rye BackgroundSummary Holden Caulfield, a 16yearold New Yorker, is telling a psychoanalyst in HAPTER ONEHAPTER SEVENHAPTER THIRTEENHAPTER TWENTY CCCC California about several days the prev...

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CSC495H1
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The Great Gatsby - Reference Guides

TM permacharts The Great Gatsby SettingCharacters Story develops through the spring, Also New York City and the valley of ICK CARRAWAYAY GATSBY NJ summer, and fall of 1922ashes, which separates Long Island Plot character D...

Computer Science
CSC495H1
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The Merchant of Venice - Reference Guides

TM permacharts The Merchant of Venice StructureThemes AIN PLOTONEYRIENDSHIPPPEARANCE VS. INNER WORTH MMFA Act IIntroduction Presentation of setting, main Antonio is the most clear symbol of friendship Basis for central plo...

Computer Science
CSC495H1
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