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FS103 - After Mid-term

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Film Studies
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Sandra Annett

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FS103 Date: Paul’s birthday, the day before Mitchell’s Final Exam th  Athletic complex, December 17 12;00pm o Multiple choice and fill in the blanks: 20% o Factual information and technical terminology. Second half of class only  5 short answer questions: 40% o Definitions and thematic questions. Second half of class only  Comparative essay question: 40% o Choose 1 out of3 questions, compare two films, one from first half of class (drama and sci-fi) and one from second half of class (horror to digital cinema) Digital Cinema  Digital cinema: films created using digital computer imaging technologies, beginning in the late 1970s – early 1980s  A technology-based category like “silent film”/ “talkies” or “cult films” that includes many genres  Digital technology can bow be used at any stage of filmmaking, including: o Pre-production o Filming (cinematography) o Post-production (editing) o Projection and distribution Digital Filming and Cinematography  Digital cinematography: the use of digital cameras to capture moving images  Digital cameras record images as information that can be transmitted anywhere in the world via portable drives, cable internet or satellite 
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