CTCS 190 Lecture 12/4/07

CTCS 190 Lecture 12/4/07 - CTCS 190 Lecture Notes 12/4/2007...

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CTCS 190 Lecture Notes 04/12/2007 16:57:00 A. Film Content Film must be responsible (liable to be called on to answer) Two people are responsible for a film: the creator and the audience Why you created the film and why you watched the film Consumer is ultimate judge of film’s responsibility B. Film Criticism 1. Why criticism? 2. Types a. Reviews b. Criticism Reviewer vs. critic Reviews function as a consumer report Critic is more informed than a reviewer Critic has set of standards Critics look more deeply into film to see if it game  them an ultimate connection, rather than saying if  it is good or bad, and whether if you should see it  or not c. High-end newspapers d. Weekly/monthly magazines e. Film journals f. Academic 1. Auteur 2. Genre 3. Cultural materialist 4. Psychoanalytic 5. Semiotic
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6. Structuralist 7. Star Marilyn Monroe has reappeared in the films we have 
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course CTCS 190 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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CTCS 190 Lecture 12/4/07 - CTCS 190 Lecture Notes 12/4/2007...

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