CIN105Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Best Response, Flapper, Voyeurism

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Artifice: something fake, the opposite of genuine. Convention: an agreement in social behavior, a rule that has not been written but is still followed. Flapper: a woman with a distinct dressing style in the (cid:853)9(cid:854)(cid:852)"s who does not behave according to social convention. Legibility: something being understandable and easy to read. Voyeurism: rooting from the french word (cid:498)voir(cid:499) meaning to see. Dissolution: the break-apart of something, a coming to an end. The overall set of relationships among a film"s form. Bordwell and thompson believed something along the lines of . If you are writing for film, you have to keep in mind the choices you make about form. Every decision the writer makes it is being intuitively (without thinking about it) digested by the audience. Meaning is a collaborative effort that is created in the interaction between film and viewer.

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