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FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Ancient Greek Comedy, German Expressionism, A Single Shot
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Exam Review ● Have at least 3 films that you know really well ● 15 GENERAL questions to choose from ● Go over all of the theory again ○ Make sure you know proper terminology ● Don’t just re...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Auteur Theory, Social Realism, Affidavit
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“Enunciation and Narration” by Andre Gaudreault and Francois Jost ● A theory of making and a theory of where the voice comes from ● What area does enunciation and narration come from? Where might you study? ...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 24026 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Michel Foucault, Blank Verse, Puritans
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82316 Connection: Reading a performance Whats the information theyre sending to me. Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show on Earth Video The Classical World Drama innovated during this time (5th century, when they started maki...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 24026
Gerald Skelton
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Intentionality, Mick Jagger, I, Daniel Blake
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How Does Film Work Aesthetically (as a Work of Art)? (Based on Film Editing by Lucy Fischer) What is the central requirementfeature of art? Its a meaning of communication. It has to have 2 sides to it: a making process and...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Terence Davies, Affidavit, Britishness
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Of Time and the City: “The Folks Who Live on the Hill” Scene ● Rebuilding of liverpool and the sequence when he shows the folks who live on the hill ○ How does he construct this scene ■ B...

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FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Metonymy, Intentionality, Semiotics
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Of Time and the City directed by Terence Davies ● How do you actually deal with the biography of a city? ● In the 1990s, liverpool was starting to revive. ○ Got their money from the slave trade then i...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Derek Jarman, Intentionality
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The Tempest directed by Derek Jarman Is there an authentic version of Shakespeare? Shakespeare is either one of two things: 1. Stageplay Its pragmatic. You have to know how to put it onto the stage. 2. A text One you can s...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 24026 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mezzo-Soprano, Ballad Opera, George Frideric Handel
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A Man of Good Hope What kind of dramatic form was it? Between comedy, epic, and documentaryagitprop Which of the 6 elements? Could be any1 but poetrylanguage Opera (17th Century) Opera Opera is about 400 years old Ballet a...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 24026
Gerald Skelton
FTT 24026 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Agitprop, Jollity, Tragicomedy
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Dramatic Form Aristotle (384322 BC): Ancient Greek Philosopher In The Poetics, Aristotle studied poetry by deconstructing drama Poetry = mimetic (version) or imitative use of language, rhythm, and harmony, separately or in...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 24026
Gerald Skelton
FTT 44235 Lecture 18: 11-8-16: The Tempest
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The Tempest The Play http:absoluteshakespeare.comguidestempestsummarytempest_summary.htm http:www.sparknotes.comshakespearetempestsummary.html The perfect example for authorship The authorial content of his play has 2 par...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Donald Cammell, Kray Twins, Nicolas Roeg
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Authorship This is saying that a good film is a good film, but this suggests that it doesnt matter who made it (which gender or race). But who decides whats good? There might be a model that are more applicable to male fil...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Film Criticism, Glass Ceiling, James Naremore
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find more resources at oneclass.com Authorship and Experimentalism: Performance, The Tempest, and The City Authorship ● “Authorship and the Cultural Politics of Film Criticism” by James Naremore ○ Au...

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FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 44235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Universal Monsters, Kray Twins, German Expressionism
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find more resources at oneclass.com Genre: Get Carter ● Part of a group of movies which include the revitalization of horror movies which took part roughly between 1969 and 1964 ○ There r 2 reas...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 44235
Clive Bloom
FTT 24026 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Edward Alleyn, Philip Henslowe, Thomas Betterton
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find more resources at oneclass.com Directing Ancient Greece: The Playwright as Didaskalos ● Didaskalos = teacher or instructor ● Playwright was considered as the person who put everything together Medieval...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 24026
Gerald Skelton
FTT 24026 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bertolt Brecht
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find more resources at oneclass.com Threepenny Opera ● Trying to say that a play about begging, prostitutes, and thieves can be opera too and that an opera can be inexpensive too Bertolt Brecht ● Reac...

Film, Television, and Theatre
FTT 24026
Gerald Skelton

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