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10/26 -Movies

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10/26 -Movies JMC-20001-004

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Eugene Shelton

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Hey guys! The exam is coming up on Wednesday! If you missed today's (Monday's) lecture I have the notes for you!
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Krista on Monday October 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to JMC-20001-004 at Kent State University taught by Eugene Shelton in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see MEDIA, POWER AND CULTURE in Journalism and Mass Communications at Kent State University.

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Date Created: 10/26/15
Monday October 26 2015 Media Power and Culture Movies Pre Production create Story Board sequence events and plot Production filming of movie Post Production final editing adding music marketing Ton Grossing Movies Avatar Titanic Jurassic World Best Films of All Time Citizen Kane Casablanca The Godfather Gone With The Wind Lawernece of Arabia Wizard of Oz The Graduate On The Waterfront Schindler s List Singin In The Rain Highlights 1915 DW Griffith s The Birth of a Nation is released Successful amid charges of racism 1927 The Jazz Singeris released with synchronized sound Monday October 26 2015 1947 The House Un American Activities Committee seeks out Hollywood Communists The Power of the Studio System By the late 1910 s the movies industry establishes its three basic economic divisions Production distribution and exhibition Moviemaking became an assemblyline process Actors directors editors writers set designers and costume designers worked under exclusive contracts Controlling Distribution block booking Studios forced theaters to show marginal films in order to get the biggies Controlling Exhibition Producers and studios owned firstrun theaters Classic Hollywood Cinema Narrative the story what happens to whom The discourse how story is told Genre drama scifi comedy musical film noire period epic documentary The director is considered the Author of the film Star Power paycheck based on ability to open a movie Thursdays through Sunday movies need promoting to get tallies up for box office rates Monday morning the official tallies are released Morning Glory or Gloom Word of mouth social media promoting movies Cg Computer generated image Special Effects Rear screen projection to CGI Three phases of film production Film critics work in all mediums newspapers magazines books radio televisions and the Internet From a standpoint of integrity they do not work for film studios or producers Monday October 26 2015 Their value comes from drawing attention to a film Do they consider it important enough to review A film critic s Chief responsibility is to provide a description of the film an interpretation of the film and evolution of the film


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