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World Cinema

by: Ceasar Funk
Ceasar Funk
Cal State Fullerton
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This 8 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ceasar Funk on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RTVF 370 at California State University - Fullerton taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 51 views. For similar materials see /class/217055/rtvf-370-california-state-university-fullerton in Radio Television Film at California State University - Fullerton.

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Date Created: 09/30/15
Classical Hollwood Stle Every element in film subservient to story Hidden invisible techniques to focus viewer s attention always on the story Rule 1 Never distract never call attention to technique Classical Hollwood Stle FILM ASA ART FORM Euroean Filmmakers in 1920s Viewed film more as a more like painting sculpture German Exressionism in the Arts pre1914 Painting 19141918 Drama Poetry 19181926 Architecture Cinema German Exressionism Also Called German Golden Age Ellis 1918 1928 Ward 19181932 Hitler to Power Basis of Exressionism 1 Distortion but functional still recognizable as real world 2 Meaning conveyed by lighting sets makeup costumes action 3 Sets lights camera reflect character s psychological state UFA Studio 1919 In response to World War Total control of miseenscene Emphasis on lowke lighting 11 3 Basic trends in EX ressionistic 1 Caligarism 2 HistoricalMythical monumental 3 Kammerspiel chamber play Caliarism Adheres to painting aesthetic Abstract twisted distorted Probably least influential in pure state Cabinet of Dr Calioari 1919 Script Carl Meyer Set Design Herman Warm amp Walter Rohrig Director Robert Weine Films in footstes of Calio ari The Golem 1920 Director Paul Wegener Nosferatu 1922 Director FW Murnau Monumental Exressionism Huge stylized sets Symbolic costumes Massive crowds Mythicalhistorical subjects Monumental Exressionism Ernst Lubitsch Madame du Ben 1918 Anna Bolen 1920 Monumental Exressionism Destin 1921 Siefried and Kriemhild s Revene 2 pts of longer film Die Niebelungen 1924 Metroolis 1926 Kammersiel chamber 121 Films Realistic side of expressionism less stylized and distorted Limited use of title cards Lower class characters and their psychological state Expressive camera mirrors internal feelings Best Kammersiel Film The Last Lauh 1924 Director FW Murnau Offshoots 0f Kammersiel Films Ex The Joless Street 1925 Director GW Pabst Imact on the US German migr s come to Hollywood Directors Actors Technicians Imact on the US HORROR FILMS at UNIVERSAL FILM NOIRS in the 19405 RTVF 370 World Cinema


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