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Cine 399 week 1 notes

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These notes cover the first few readings and lectures of Cine 399- Music Televisions.
Music Television
Andre Sirois
Class Notes
Cinema, cinema studies, Music, music videos




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexandra Notetaker on Monday January 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Cine399 at University of Oregon taught by Andre Sirois in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 66 views. For similar materials see Music Television in Film at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 01/11/16
CINE 399- Music Television(s) Professor André Sirois course blog- Office Hours- Tuesday & Wednesday 2-3pm and by appointment in 263 Knight lib WEEK 1 Basics of Music Video -3-5 minutes originally, longer in new digital age (that’s what originally fit on the tape) -video is secondary to song, to sell the song -video marries creativity and marketing -video adds visual element for song (visual memory) -connection between audience and artist (artist is singing to YOU) “MTV look” -quick cutting in editing -defines pop culture -uses aesthetics from the media and vice versa -montage at crux -a montage is a sequence of images that produce another image in a viewers mind -Videos are experimental film with performance Sensation over information -“fantasy worlds” are portrayed -consumerist lifestyle shown -originally videos were to please men, they showed women being sexualized Visual types of music video -Cinematic vs. Photographic -Cinematic has plot, story -Photographic is more about look: lighting, mies-en-scene, wardrobe (visually stunning) -ex: Nine Inch Nails- Closer Music videos are a form of communication -form=structure, genre Synaethesia -one sense stimulates another Treatment 1. overview 2. style/look 3. performance style 4. story/concept 5. cinematography 6. editing 7. set locations 8. actors/wardrobe 9. lyrics/song 10.hook Good adjectives, must be able to visualize the video Genres (forms) -Anti-performance Any narrative-only or concept clip (R.E.M. “Stand”) -Pseudo-Reflexive Performance (GNR “Sweet Child of Mine” -Performance Documentary (U2 “Sunday Bloody Sunday”) -Special Effects Extravaganza (Herbie Hancock “Rockit”) -Song and Dance Number (Bobby Brown “Every Little Step) Enhanced Performance (DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince “Parents Just don’t Understand)


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