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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Classical Hollywood Cinema, Diegesis, Formal System

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Stylistic elements: order of events; character goals, camera movement, props, editing, special effects, stylistic elements help to describe and communi
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: The Hurt Locker, Do The Right Thing, Tracking Shot

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Frame: a single image captured by the camera. Shot: an uninterrupted series of frames (a take ) Scene: a shot or series of shots that comprise a single
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Formal System, Diegesis

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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Narration, National Technical Research Organisation

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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Eyeline Match, Pocket Watch, Diegesis

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The process by which the plot conveys or withholds information about the story. Film style is the vehicle for narration. 1) unrestricted (omniscient):
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Classical Hollywood Cinema, Diegesis, Pulp Magazine

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Definition of film form (a collection of elements): a system of relationships among elements. arranged in a particular to tell a story, thwart expectat
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: 180-Degree Rule, Eyeline Match

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Editing: the joining toghther of two or more shots. Shots: an uninterrupted sequence of frames exposed by a motion picture or video camera between the
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Semiotics, Narration, Brian De Palma

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The study of film narrative: ways of studying film, **analysis : identifying a films parts and how they work together (functions and effects) Interpret
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Long Shot, Magic Lantern, Slide Projector

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Properties of optical toys and entertainment: 1) visual spectacle. Phantasmagoria (1798): tells ghost story and has the projector in the back. In fairs
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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Before Tomorrow, Alanis Obomsawin, Edward S. Curtis

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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Diegesis, Dont Look Back, Asif Kapadia

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WLUFS101Katherine SpringWinter

FS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Modern Animation In The United States, Filmophile, Art Film

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