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Marlee Lehner

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marlee Lehner on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RLS 180 at California State University - Sacramento taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see /class/218847/rls-180-california-state-university-sacramento in Recreation and Leisure Studies at California State University - Sacramento.

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Study List Giannetti Chapter 9 Writing Andrew Sarris on the relative importance of literature and visuals in lm p 37980 on Little Red Riding Hood The different roles that screenwriters have played in the development of scripts for lms Hollywood studio system 7 screenwriter and director as employees of the producer screenwriters also tend to work in committees 95a Independents Alfred Hitchcock Vittorio DeSica John Ford are generally able to play important role in development of their scripts cf Robert Altman s script improvisation in Nashville 920 Auteurs Woody Allen 96 John Sayles Ingmar Bergman Francois Truffaut Oliver Stone tend to write their own scripts and then direct etc Cite some characteristics of high quality screenplays The most important is good believable dialogue The highfalutin prose of Dudley Nichols eg Bogart s hill of beans speech at the end of Casablanca seems a bit rhetorical The tight functional and witty scripts of Billy Wilder Some Like it Hot 910 the talky literate scripts of Joseph Mankiewicz in All About Eve glorious talk 75 Brando s I could a been a contender speech in On the Waterfront is in character and matched to his social class although quite eloquent Realist foulmouthed script such as Oliver Stone and Quentin Tarantino Reservoir Dogs p 385 have become more popular Symbols used extensively in film e g psychological division in Bergman s Cries and Whispers 914 What is a homage in movies eg the shared spaghetti strands in Hot Shots as a homage to Lady and the Tramp 918a an overt reference An allusion is an implied reference to a well known event actor scene etc in a prior movie The point of view in lm What are the main points of view possible in lm What is used most commonly in documentaries Why is omniscient narration almost inevitable in lm What is the function of voiceover narration especially in lm noir such as The Lady From Shanghai 919 Different approaches to adaptation of script from literary sources Film adaptation must focus on visual equivalents for wordsdialogue Films are able to abbreviate the literary original since there is much information in an image They Shoot Horses Don t They 921 The lm adaptation must always simplify the plot and dialogue Loose adaptations 7 Kurosawa Throne of Blood from Shakespeare s Macbeth 923 Ran from King Lear Both adaptations are set in Japan Faithful adaptations 7 great example is John Huston The Man Who Would Be King 9 24 I don t seek to interpret Itry to be as faithful to the original material as I can Ruth Jhabvala in Howard s End 92 and in Room With a View Cf Emma Thompson adaptation of Jane Austen s Sense and Sensibility 912 The Talented Mr Ripley is probably somewhere between a loose and faithful adaptation 922 Literal adaptations 7 usually of stage plays Tennessee Williams plays adapted in the 1950s The Glass Menagerie A Streetcar Named Desire Carson McCullers Member of the Wedding 925 What are the differences between stage and lm treatments


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