Class Notes for ENGB70H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljoughiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Edward Hopper, Bicycle Thieves, Low Key

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5 Oct 2016
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Double indemnity played on the thought of cynicism. Realism: style becomes secondary to the story, achieved through continuity editing. Cuts are jarrin
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electric Light, Massachusetts College Of Art And Design, The New York Hat

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16 Sep 2016
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Reading: p. 3-25 / p. 29-38 engaging media . Characters interact with the music and recognize that it is playing. Reinforced by the juke box in the sce
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sleepwalking, Soviet Montage Theory, Vsevolod Pudovkin

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16 Sep 2016
25
[knife, key, letter] (distance): extreme close-up only presents one part of face/ object (usually face) referred to as the choker shot [not often] ex.
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Un Chien Andalou, Soviet Montage Theory, Surrealism

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11 Nov 2016
19
Me s he s of the afte rnoon [1943 da re n a nd ha mmid] non-na rra tive forms of cine ma. Ge rma n expre s s ionis t [1920-1927] S urr a lis te film [f
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Melvin Van Peebles, Oscar Micheaux, Norman Jewison

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11 Nov 2016
18
Vince nt minne lli, 1943) la rge ly dra wing form world of mus ic a nd the a tre films we re s lightly oppos itiona l to domina te me dia. Gue s s whos
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Protestant Work Ethic, Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica

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30 Sep 2016
29
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pulp Magazine, James M. Cain, 180-Degree Rule

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24 Sep 2016
19
German expressionist film stylistic traits of the film [supported the atmosphere of the film, reflecting psychological states of characters and histori
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Panavision, Billy Wilder, Chinatown

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11 Nov 2016
16
China town = 2. 35x wide a s it is high. Ma lte s e fa lcon = 1. 33 ( academy s ta ndard ) Conte mpora ry academy standard = 1. 85 a llows more to occu
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljoughiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture 5: ENGB70 Lecture 5

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18 Dec 2016
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljougiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Stagecoach, Hoop Dreams, Eyeline Match

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11 Nov 2016
18
Inte rpre ta tion of s e que nce. E x. the s is john fords s ta ge coa ch us e s the looks e xcha nge d by cha ra cte rs to critique s ocia l prejudice
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UTSCENGB70H3Sara SaljoughiFall

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Massachusetts College Of Art And Design, Cecil Hepworth, Long Shot

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5 Oct 2016
15
Convention: a practice that"s commonly done to signify or explain a particular event or feeling. However, in cache, haneke"s camera gives us both the c
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UTSCENGB70H3A MauriceWinter

ENGB70H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Eyeline Match, 180-Degree Rule, Soviet Montage Theory

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21 Dec 2016
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