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Date Created: 03/20/16
Week 7 3/14/16 ● Bordwell ○ Narration: the unfolding and organization of story info as the viewer encounters it ● Basic Problem ○ Fiction relies on a combo of 1st person narration, 3rd person omniscient, and indirect free discourse ○ Deceptive narrator was the central device of 20th century fiction ○ Hard to do 1st person in film ● Sklovsky ○ Narrative art should be more understood in terms of motivating the stringing together of smaller stories dictated by length and other constraints ○ Erotetic narrative works well with this account ● Principles of Film Narration ○ Bringing together visual, script, sound, lighting, acting ● Birds (Daphne du Maurier)
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