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TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Citizen Kane, Marion Davies, French New Wave
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Week 15 Notes Sound 1. What is sound? 2. How do we describe sound? 3. What functions does sound serve? How do we describe sound? 1. Perceptual characteristics a. Pitch (level) ...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Film Editing
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What is editing? - The art of editing “occurs when the combination of two or more shots takes meaning to the next level – excitement, insight, shock, or the epiphany of discovery.” o Ken Dancyger ...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jennifer Lawrence
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3/20/17 What is acting? - An art in which an actor uses imagination, intelligence, psychology, memory, vocal technique, facial expressions, body language, and an overall knowledge of the filmmaking ...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture 8: Wk8 Notes
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What is cinematography? Cinematography - kinesis (movement) - photo (light) - graphia (writing) Cinematographer - director of photography - primary person responsible for transforming the o...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Film Theory
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2/27/17 The Screenwriter - Creates the movie’s story and writes the screenplay in its various stages either from scratch or by adapting another source - Builds the narrative structure and devises char...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Film Noir, Renting, David Peoples
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2/13/17 Types of Movies • Narrative movies: movies directed toward fictionalized stories • Documentary movies: movies with an allegiance to nonfiction but which still employ movie storytelling and dr...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phi Phenomenon, Mob Film, Film Noir
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2617 Chapter 3 Notes Taxonomy: division of the subject into categories Narrative Documentary Experimental Genres: sets of conventions aspects of storytelling like recurring themes and situations, setting, character ty...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Stuart Voytilla
TFM 160 Lecture 7: TFM Lecture 7 notes

TFM Lecture 7 The Screenwriter • Creates the movies story and writes the screenplay in its various stages either from scratch or by adapting another source • Builds the narrative structure and devises characters, action...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
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TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Digital Revolution, Digital Cinema, Filmstrip

The Digital RevolutionDigital technology introduced in the 1980srefined in the 90sFilm was a chemical and mechanical medium movies were recorded on film emulsion, chemically processed, and transmitted to audiences on mecha...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Sam Shpigelman
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Knife Fight, Soviet Montage Theory

Styles of Film from Realism to Formalism Pt.1Realism (founders) Lumiere brothers oShort films about every day occurrences oDocumentaryFormalism (founder) Georges Milies Trip to MoonoNumber of films emphasizing purely imagi...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Sam Shpigelman
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline, Motion Blur, John Lasseter

TFM 160 March 23 2015 Sound 1) historical background a) The Talkie Revolution of 1920s i) Film was soundless because technology was limited b) Temporary Setbacks & Limita...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Sam Shpigelman
TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: D. W. Griffith, Backtracking, Frame Rate

Jan 26 1820-5 Refining and experimenting with chemicals to be able to produce a photograph and in 1825 he finally did . Apparatus called haleograph. took long to expose such as a silver plate. took several minutes long ...

Television, Film And New Media
TFM 160
Sam Shpigelman

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