Film, Form, and Culture / Edition 2

Film, Form, and Culture / Edition 2

by Robert Phillip Kolker
     
 

The Film,Form,and Culture CD-ROM has recieved three prestigious awards: The Outstanding Achievement award in the information/ reference category for the TIM (Texas Interactive Media) awards presented at SxSW (south by southwest).

The Bronze Reel at the 1999 International Television Association awards.

A Gold Cinema in Industry (CINDY) Medal from the

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Overview

The Film,Form,and Culture CD-ROM has recieved three prestigious awards: The Outstanding Achievement award in the information/ reference category for the TIM (Texas Interactive Media) awards presented at SxSW (south by southwest).

The Bronze Reel at the 1999 International Television Association awards.

A Gold Cinema in Industry (CINDY) Medal from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators (IAAVC).

Unique among film appreciation materials,the Film,Form and Culture CD-ROM is the ideal supplement to introduce students to visual concepts that defy easy explanation.

Through clips,stills,and animations,the CD-ROM shows users the basic elements of editing and montage,shot structure,point of view,mise-en-scene,lighting,camera movement,and music.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072407150
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
07/01/2001
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
259

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Seeing is Not Believing
Image and Reality
Representation
Perspective and the Pleasures of Tricking the Eye
Photography and Reality
Photography and the Thing Itself
Reality as Image
Manipulation of the Image
From the Photographic to the Cinematic Image
Moving Images
The Intersection of Photography and Film
Stanford's Wager
Economic Processes
The Economics of Realism
Notes and References
Chapter Two: Formal Structures: How Films Tell Their Stories.
From Image to Narrative
The Economics of the Image
The System Develops: Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin
From the Individual to the Studio
The Making of the Classical Hollywood Style
Fabricating the Image
The Whole and Its Parts
Making the Parts Invisible
Ideology at Work
Form and Content
The Shot
The Cut
The Development of Continuity Cutting
Shot/Reverse Shot
Dialogue Cutting
Sight Lines
Arbitrary Conventions
The Hollywood Economical Style
Departures From the Classical Hollywood Style
Eisenstein Montage
(and more...)

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