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Midterm Study Guide

by: Keturah Taylor

Midterm Study Guide FILM 2700

Keturah Taylor
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This is the study guide for the Oct. 3, 2016 midterm.
Ahmet Yuce
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Film, Studyguide, Midterm Study Guide, midterm
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Keturah Taylor on Thursday September 29, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to FILM 2700 at Georgia State University taught by Ahmet Yuce in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES in Film Studies at Georgia State University.

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Date Created: 09/29/16
Key terms Editing: combination of different shots Mise-en-scene: everything in the shot Cinematography Pre-Cinematic Optical Toys  Diorama (lacks motion)  Zoetrope  Phenakistoscope (inside illusion)  Magic Lantern  Camera Obscura (outside light source) Pre-Conditions for Invention of Cinema  Slightly different images in rapid succession (frames)  Phi Phenomenon  Projection  Flexible; Durable material  Shutter Non-narrative Film  Edison and Lumiere Brothers Edison Lumiere Brothers  16 Frames per second  Theatrical/staged  Depict daily life in real locations  Studio environment  Stable shot  52 Frames per second  No editing  Stable shot  No editing Narrative Film  George Melies and Edwin S. Porter Melies Porter  Studio environment  Studio env./real location  Sci-Fi Fantasy  Crime/action  No camera movements  Minor camera movements  Self-enclosed  Recognized he could omit unnecessary narrative events (most important difference) D.W. Griffith  Inter Frame Narration (editing) 1) 180 degree rule 2) Eye line matching 3) Cross-cutting (know the 4 types) 4) Accelerated Montage 5) Altering the durations of shots Compliments of Inter Frame Narration  Acting Matters  Expressing use of lighting  Multiple actions; single shot  Camera movements*  Camera angles* *Cinematography German Expressionism (1919-1924)  Movement influencing the art of film-making  Zeitgeist  The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari  Stylistic Elements by Importance o Mise-en-scene o Cinematography o Editing Film Noir (1940-1955)  Flashbacks o External o Internal o Circular/frame narration *no cross-cuttings Soviet Cinema  Marxism  Kuleshov Effect  Montage Editing


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