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Fall 2003: THR413 * Playscript Analysis Textbook:

GeoAlaska: Acting, Directing, Theory
GeoAlaska: Theatre & Film

Film Directing 101

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Theory of Spectatorship
DVD: Drama & Art House, Studio Specials & Classics, New & Future Releases, Cult Movies

SHOWS: 12th Night
The periodization: main historical eras

Movement of the 19-20th centuries

Postmodern (POMO) as a summary and result of the previous periods -- and negation? PopArt. Civilization v. culture.

New Individual? Dividuals (Deleuze). Marxist model of SELF. Type of conflicts

Script Analysis: periods


1. To 1895: Pre-history (Photography)

2. 1896 - 1915: The Birth of Film

3. 1916 - 1930: The Silent Film, Radio and Sound Film

4. 1931 - 1945: The Hollywood Era

5. 1946 - 1960: The Age of Television

6. 1961 - 1980: The Media World

7. 1981 - present: The Digital World


Film w/Anatoly I & II: Directing + Theory

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Turning Points in Film History
* one act fest
2005: Total Acting & Total Directing *
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The History of Film (World of Art) The latest in Thames and Hudson's World of Art series, Parkinson's History of Film is impressively thorough despite its brevity. Beginning with cinema's inception in 19th-century inventions that exploited persistence of vision, Parkinson covers most of the major developments in film history. The rise of the Hollywood studio system, the evolution of national cinemas, and film movements of the modern era such as neorealism provide the framework for what perhaps too often reads like a laundry list of the most influential directors, titles and performers. Given the size of the volume, some subjects, such as animation, special effects, contemporary experimental cinema and the role of the home movie and video are given short shrift or neglected. An abrupt coda speculates on the future of film technology, an unfortunately dry conclusion to the book. Nevertheless, this scholarly overview is an excellent introduction to the key themes and pioneers of cinematic art. Parkinson adeptly articulates the contributions of particular directors and movements and provides succinct social and historical context for the subject. Generously illustrated throughout with black-and-white stills, History of Film features a central section of color illustrations that traces the development of color film processes.


Film History: An Introduction Written by two leading film scholars, Film History: An Introduction is a comprehensive survey of film-from the backlots of Hollywood, across the United States, and around the world. As in the authors' bestselling Film Art, concepts and events are illustrated with actual frame enlargements, giving students more realistic points of reference than competing books that use publicity stills.

Film & Video Directing (Spring 2004): textbook Grammar of the Film Language by Daniel Arijon

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The Oxford History of World Cinema Most histories of the international cinema focus on the careers of prominent directors. But the authors of The Oxford History of World Cinema set cinematic genres, trends, and national themes at the fore, composing a history of the cinema that is equally a history of our multifarious world culture. Still, in deference to the older historical style, the text of this hefty book is dotted with hundreds of minibiographies on individual filmmakers. The result of this hybrid approach is one of the most comprehensive film histories ever, allowing insight into its complex subject from a number of different perspectives.

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Art History: Us and Art

Shakespeare - Theatre with Anatoly


Please, check the Music and Art subdirectory

Looks like the students can relate better to the THEMES, rather than to the formal principles of Art (especially Fine Art and Music). [The same I excperienced in THR215 Dramatic Literature and THR413 Playscript Analysis (see THEMES directory.]

The main problem in class is to connect their life experience (and their current problems) with the history. There are many difference levels to view -- economy, politics, ideology. Should I establish the same structure of topics -- love, death, generations and etc.?

[Instead of focusing on the formal principles (they are not ready), I better talk about the messages.]

Start with the plot (they understand it bteer), nexy -- character (hero), finally, the idea. Take the most popular movies, the ones they all saw.

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Lesson #
60 or 90 min

1. review (previous class)

2. overview

3. new key terms & definitions

4. viewing film segments

5. issues & topics

6. questions, discussion, analysis

7. in class work

8. feedback

9. improv & games

10. reading

11. homework

12. online, journals

13. quiz

Links homework

Class Project (after the midterm)

playsChekhov, Ibsen, Shakespeare

* GODOT.06: Doing Beckett -- main stage Theatre UAF Spring 2006 *

TOPICS: time + space + virtual + drama + comedy + postmodern + american age + self + others + death + sex + amazon.com/kindle

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