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NDFTT20101Becker ChristineSpring

FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Shallow Focus, Racking Focus, Establishing Shot

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30 May 2016
10
Example: in children of men, manipulated lens/image to drain some color to give dystopic feel. Example: in children of men, added screens to buildings
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NDFTT20101Becker ChristineSpring

FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: David Bordwell, Randomness

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21 Feb 2016
17
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Body Bag, Microsoft Powerpoint

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1 Jun 2016
8
Style in the conversation: sound is used in film to dramatize what is happening to harry and the loss of control harry feels. He"d kill us if he got th
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Continuity Editing, The Carmichael Show, Laugh Track

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31 May 2016
11
Cinematography continued: sitcom televisuality: single-camera tv production shot like a film, stopping and starting to set up individual shots. Doesn"t
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Steadicam, Tracking Shot, Long Shot

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30 May 2016
12
Introduction to cinematography: the shot: mis-en-scene and cinematography involved with camera. The creation of meaning intra-shot, rather than inter-s
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Eyeline Match, Continuity Editing, Shot Reverse Shot

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19 May 2016
3
Continuity and discontinuity editing: key components of continuity editing system. Establishing shot/re-establishing shot don"t want editing to be noti
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mockumentary, Diegesis

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30 Jan 2016
25
Intrinsic norms relate to narrative; patterns built into it so we know what"s happening; tells you how to watch the content: example: the office: mocku
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Diegesis

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26 Jan 2016
11
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FTT 20101 Lecture 2: Discussion 2

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25 Jan 2016
26
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NDFTT20101Becker ChristineSpring

FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Do The Right Thing, Key Light, Fill Light

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30 May 2016
10
Introduction to mis-en-scene: the shot: mis-en-scene and cinematography: the creation of meaning intra-shot, rather than inter-shot (which is via editi
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NDFTT20101Becker ChristineSpring

FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cliffhanger, Wwti

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25 Jan 2016
17
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FTT20101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Diegesis, Sound Recording And Reproduction, Cinematic Techniques

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1 Jun 2016
10
Finish elements of the soundtrack: music: film scoring. Played by real orchestra of written by composer for film. Music really important in setting moo
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