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NCSUFLS 360Shelley GarriganFall

FLS 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2, 4: Kristin Thompson, Spec Script, The Royal Tenenbaums

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23 Aug 2016
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Purpose of analysis: make statements about a film"s themes and meaning. Three types of statements: descriptive claim: neutral account of the basic char
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NCSUFLS 360Shelley GarriganFall

FLS 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Zoom Lens, Crane Shot, Skycam

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10 Oct 2016
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From the art of watching films by joseph boggs. The essential characteristic of the cinematic film is continuous motion. Techniques to create a stream
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NCSUFLS 360Shelley GarriganFall

FLS 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Experimental Film, Surrealism, The Techniques

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18 Sep 2016
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From film: a critical introduction by pramagiorre and wallis. Most films before 1907 were documentaries, called actualit s then. Documentary was coined
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NCSUFLS 360Shelley GarriganFall

FLS 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Jump Cut, The Sequence, Birds Eye View

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6 Sep 2016
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Different cinematic shots are defined by the amount of subject matter that"s included within the frame of the screen. They also vary considerably: a me
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NCSUFLS 360Shelley GarriganFall

FLS 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mars Cube One, Systematic Chaos

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24 Aug 2016
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The standard shooting angle has been one that approximates our everyday view of things. Camera angles can distort the appearance of the characters, obj
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