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Essay on Film – Flashcards with Answers

question Implicit Meaning answer Refers to the Deeper meaning that lies below the surface of a film’s plot question There are 3 answer fundamentals of film form question The crafted interplay between motion-picture and shadow is defined as answer lighting question An object, document, or secret within a story that is of vital importance to […]

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Gattaca Film Study

question What was the theme of the movie? answer science fiction question What is the defenition of a clone? answer a precise genetic copy of a life form question What are genomics answer The study of an organism’s genes question What is Genetic Modification? answer The manipulation of an organisms genome using DNA technology question […]

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Film Unit 1

1895 -1908 \”early cinema\” Rapid development and experimentation in filmaking before hollywood era. In U.S, massive industrialization attracted large numbers of immigrants & rural americans to urban centers where movie industry found it’s audience. Beginning of cinema history: Lumiere brothers. Stylistically: Beginning of continuity, varying camera distance, multiple shots to dramatize events, logically connecting space […]

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Intro To Film 8-10

Genre a kind of literary or artistic work Film Genre A set of conventions and formulas, repeated and developed through film history, which organize and categorize films according to repeated subjects, icons, and styles. What Makes A Genre Different degrees Typically, we think of a genre as consisting of clear, core cases, however, fuzzier examples […]

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Film Flashcards Answers

Implicit Meaning Refers to the Deeper meaning that lies below the surface of a film’s plot There are 3 fundamentals of film form The crafted interplay between motion-picture and shadow is defined as lighting An object, document, or secret within a story that is of vital importance to the characters and motivates their actions, but […]

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Film Studies- Nebraska Christian College

question Silent Film Era Dates answer 1894-1929 question Inter-titles answer narrated story points, key dialogue, & maybe comment question Continuity Editing answer A style of editing marked by its emphasis on maintaining the continuous and seemingly uninterrupted flow of action in a story. question First Sound Film and Date answer Jazz Singer – October 1927 […]

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12 Angry Men Test Study Guide

question abstain answer refrain from (in this case voting) question acquit answer to find the defendant \”not guilty\” of a charge question bigot answer someone who is intolerant of some else’s beliefs opinions, race, ethnicity, or other differing characteristic question burden of proof answer the requirement to prove one’s own case over another. In America, […]

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Invictus – Film Essay L2

question Theme? answer Leadership question Genre? answer Drama question Question on conflict – what are the three aspects? answer – Internal conflicts – External conflicts – Societal conflicts question Techniques for internal conflict paragraph answer Dialogue and close-ups question Techniques for external conflict paragraph answer Dialogue and two-shot question Techniques for societal conflict paragraph answer […]

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Film Theory 2

question Realists answer Baudry, Bazin, Brakhage, Deren, Kracauer question Spectator and Audience-ites answer Benjamin, Diawara, Metz (neo), Modleski, Mulvey, Stam and Spence, Parker Tyler question Baudry, Jean Louis (Article Title) answer “The Apparatus: Metapsychological Approaches to the Impression of Reality in Cinema” 1975 question Baudry, Jean Louis answer Parallel between dream and cinema: “More than […]

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Film Studies

Director: Howard Hawks Bringing Up Baby Actor: Cary Grant Bringing Up Baby Actor: Katherine Hepburn Bringing Up Baby Neo-Formalism Formal characteristics in a film. Stylistic Elements Formal Systems Narrative and Non Narrative Stylistic Elements Mise-en-Scene, Cinematography, Editing, Sound Narrative A chain of events in cause-effect relationship occurring in time and space Story The set of […]

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“film And Theory: An Anthology” Robert Stam

SANDY FLITTERMAN-LEWIS To Desire Differently: Feminism and the French Cinema Summary The Specificity of Media in the Arts – Nöel Carroll Summary The Scene of the Screen: Envisioning Cinematic and Electronic “Presence” – Vivian Sobchack Summary Questions of Genre – Steve Neale Summary A Semantic/Syntactic Approach to Film Genre – Rich Altman Summary Film Bodies: […]

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FTV 112: Film and Social Change (Final)

Film: Paris is Burning 1990. Director Jennie Livingston. – Summary: This documentary focuses on drag queens living in New York City and their “house” culture, which provides a sense of community and support for the flamboyant and often socially shunned performers. Groups from each house compete in elaborate balls that take cues from the world […]

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Film Appreciation Test Questions

question Realism answer physical reality is the source of all raw materials of film, minimum of distortion, documentary style, open form question formalism answer high degree of manipulation, a stylization of reality, emphasize techniques and expressiveness, closed form. Real Deff: A style of filmmaking in which asethetic forms take precedence over the subject matter as […]

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film quizzes

question what are the three major perceptual properties of film sound? answer loudness, pitch, timbre question a “dialogue overlap” means answer continuing a line of dialogue over cuts during shot/ reverse shot question the frequency of sound affects pitch, or the answer perceived highness or lowness of the sound question in film sound, “fidelity” refers […]

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12 Angry Men Study Guide

question Foreman (Juror #1) answer A small, petty man who is impressed with the authority he has and handles himself quite formally. Not overly bright, but dogged. question Juror #2 answer A meek, hesitant man who finds it difficult to maintain any opinions of his own. Easily swayed and usually adopts the opinion of the […]

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Anthro. Films

question Onka’s Big Moka answer Ongka (headman, “big man,” most powerful leader, he can’t order people around, he can only persuade), Riemer (rival headman), Peroa (headman guest; parliament member), Rumbicole (Ongka’s favorite wife) Kawela, New Guinea small tribe of 1,000 people, with some allies, some enemies, basic food: sweet potatoes, only eat pig on special […]

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TWELVE ANGRY MEN: MORE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

question What instructions does the judge give to the jurors? answer To separate facts from fancy, to deliberate honestly and thoughtfully question What is the result of the first vote? answer 11-1 in favor of guilty question Which Juror is anxious to leave? answer Juror #7, the slick salesman who wants to make his baseball […]

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The Learning Level

An institution of higher learning in which students and faculty participate in the making of knowledge university The learning level that consists of drawing information from relevant sources and arriving at a well-formed, coherent whole that includes parts of others, yet forms something entirely new Synethsis Words in a sentence that indicate the source of […]

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Film Final Schultz Spring 2015

question For how long were motion pictures popular before they were considered worthy of serious study? answer 50 years question The term “Movie” is short for Motion Picture. The term “Film: refers to the original celluloid strip containing the images and sound, and the term “Cinema,” answer Originates from the Greek term Kenesis, (movement). question […]

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Film: Becoming Human – Ep 1 Birth of Humanity

What did our ancestors split from apes? – 6 million years ago took the step to separate – 3 million roots of big brain —> chimp – Homo sapiens – most complex/adaptable animal – change in posture —> change in apes – Sahara Desert What has been found in Afar, N.E. Ethiopia? – Part of […]

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Film 100 – Flashcard

question Cinematic Invisibility answer The techniques and strategies employed by the filmmakers that are hidden from the audience due to the passive experience and fast moving pictures of the film medium. question Cultural invisibility answer Just as the techniques of filmmaking can go unnoticed during a casual viewing of a movie, so too can the […]

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