Lecture Notes, Wk 15

Lecture Notes, Wk 15 - Week 15 pg. 1 Movies and Meaning /...

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Week 15 – pg. Movies and Meaning / Film Criticism 1. Film Content a. Why did you create the film? And why did you watch the film? Content is there…: i. just for our pleasure. ii. for thematic purposes. b. Films need to represent others. c. 2. Film Criticism a. Why is there Criticism? i. To gage a movie’s responsibility ii. Criticism makes you more discerning. 1. A better audience makes a movie better because they are able to watch it critically/discriminatingly. iii. A movie engages the audience on so many levels & thus becomes a part of ourselves. iv. Thinking/writing/arguing about films makes a culture resonant. b. Types of Film Criticism i. Reviews – a reviewer functions as a consumer reporter. ii. Criticism – A critic is more informed than a reviewer and has standards about a movie’s expectations. 1. Written criticism is formal criticism. 2.
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Lecture Notes, Wk 15 - Week 15 pg. 1 Movies and Meaning /...

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