FILM 2120 Jan 25
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kay Patel on Tuesday January 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FILM 2120 at University of Georgia taught by Dr. Seiving in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 76 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Cinema in Fine arts at University of Georgia.
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Narration Narration vs Narrative Narration: A process; it refers to the choices made to make the story. Narrative: chain of cause and effect occurring in time and space Narration: A process in which the narrative gets conveyed. They way in which the plot is displayed Narrative: blue print Narration: walking through the finished building Narrative: the What vs Narration: the How Range of narration/ range of story information How much we know vs how much the characters know What does the plot tell us compared to what the characters know Unrestricted narration is often used to create suspense Is good for creating curiosity Is based on one character Also creates point Ex: Speed: video camera Casablanca Changing range of narration creates a hierarchy of knowledge Changes over the course of the film Depth of Narration How deeply we are given access to a characters psychology Subjective narration: Perceptual: we see exactly what the character sees ( the lady in the lake) Mental: we see the characters psychology/ the flashbacks Give us more information than the character could possibly know Flashbacks is the most common type of subjectivity Objective narration: The character has more information that we do There is always a purpose of manipulation Introduction to art cinema Alternative to classical Hollywood story telling Refers to a fairly historical context examples: blue is the warmest color, carol When to use the term art film? Label that is used to differentiate between a Hollywood A. Art Cinema as a mode of production Nations needed to develop film that could compete with Hollywood films It is cheaper to make these film in foreign countries In order to compete, they produce films for the local market rather than international/global Example: Bollywood films: only made for countries around India Melodramatic, stardriven films Somehow include Hollywood formulas Musicals Art films are more for global distribution rather than regional distribution Art films are frequently funded through government subsidies