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Lecture 7

Lecture 7

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Innis College Courses
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INI100H1
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Prof.Langer

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INI222 Lecture Week 7 3/3/11
48 Hrs and Rush Hour
Themes
Bakhtin and the chronotope
oRusian cultural theorist
oDialogic: every utterance depends on an anticipated reply or response
oCarnivalesque: uses humour, disorganization and subverted expectations to
challenge dominant paradigms.
oThe choronotope
Textual representations of time and space
Temporal and spatial context of reception
Cinema and its viewers as feedback loop
Film and primary form of chronotopic activity
Time and space as main constituents of film form” (Flanagan)
Film itself is incredibly actve in terms of space and time
Method of generic demarcation
Chronotope as description of particular diegetic space-time elements
Chronotope of reception as link between real and represented
chronotopes
The viewing of the film as familiar or exotic
The relationship between time and space bw the diegetic world
of the film
The action film functions at each of these levels.
Race and the Body
oHistorical/cultural significance of:
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INI222 Lecture Week 7 3311 48 Hrs and Rush Hour Themes Bakhtin and the chronotope o Rusian cultural theorist o Dialogic: every utterance depends on an anticipated reply or response o Carnivalesque: uses humour, disorganization and subverted expectations to challenge dominant paradigms. o The choronotope Textual representations of time and space Temporal and spatial context of reception Cinema and its viewers as feedback loop Film and primary form of chronotopic activity Time and space as main constituents of film form
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