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Chapter 12 French New Wave 1.PostModernismchallenging what is art a. Referencing what we should already know b. Innovation of sound helped with arrival of Post modernism i. Light sensitive film stock ii. Magnetic tape for Clunker Sound iii. Magnetic tape for clunkier sound iv. 1950’s invented zoom lenses 2.Cashiers Du Cinemabook written openly about Cinema a. Deals with Marxixm b. Highly Critical of Hollywood c. Started writing for the book, eventually becomes filmmakers d. Les politques des auters (Auteur theory) directors theory e. Director just another labor in the film factory 3.Alfred Hitchcock a. Movies include blonde women that lead the male character to his doom or safety b. Focus on looking and eyes (Dangerous) 4.LA NOU VELLE VAGUE a. Francois Truffautfilm about a young boy name Antoine who lives with bickering parents. He steals random things he gets caught and gets sent to a boarding home. 5.(Fences) film a. Theme: (Freedom) Freeze frame at the end b. Freezes is in the moment 6.(Breathless) film a. Unclear breaks Hollywoods rule of place and forth wall b. Humford Bogarttouch lips c. Characters acknowledge the camera wanted everyone to be aware of the film d. Filmed on location e. Low budget
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