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Aristotle and Films : TEXTURE

Structure in [ 1. movies ]

Different NARRATIVE(s) -- author's voice & spectator as author







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2008 * 2007 textbook: Film Art: An Introduction (Paperback) by David Bordwell

Film, Form and Culture, 3/e
Robert Phillip Kolker, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland R P Kolker, Adjunct Professor, Media Studies, Univ of Virginia ISBN: 0073123617 Copyright year: 2006 (recommended)

Film, Form, and Culture looks at film from part to whole, from the shot and the cut to the cultural, political, and economic contexts in which films are made. "Teaching Film is about getting control of the image and handing that control over to students," this has been Robert Kolker's consistent goal in teaching and writing about film. The result is the DVD-ROM and textbook, Film, Form, and Culture.

Students are introduced to the smallest elements of film--the shot, the cut, the soundtrack--and to larger issues of genre and gender; and they are encouraged to think seriously about the means by which these elements shape an audience's understanding of the narrative. On a larger scale, students are asked to consider how a film can influence its viewer even after the last reel has run out--and the way that societal changes radically alter the course of film history.

The new edition includes more detailed discussion of the shot, composition, editing, and genre; a thorough discussion of the technical and aesthetic resulting from film's digital transformation; and a revised discussion of the cultural context of film.

The accompanying interactive DVD-ROM includes segments from classic and contemporary films with explanatory text, stills, and animations illustrating film elements and strategies.

Craft & Art : Mise-en-scene = A. Design + B. Composition
Composition, the second major visual element of mise-en-scene, is itself composed of two major elements: framing and kinesis. The discussion of framing in the text is relatively straightforward, but make sure that you acknowledge and understand how offscreen space functions as a dynamic variable in composition, and how open and closed framing differ from each other. When movement is added to static composition, as it always is in movies, the space outside of the frame becomes an important part of our viewing experience, and thus an important part of mise-en-scene.


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