CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE – WEEK VI – 10

CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE – WEEK VI – 10 - CTCS 190...

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CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE – WEEK VI – 10/2/07 TIME Speed up time – a lot of stuff going on in the frame, high/low camera angle speeds up Slow time Depends on how the director directs the player All adhere to the space and time correlative TEMPORAL LENGTH OF A SPACIAL ORGANIZATION (pace, tempo, timing) A. Duration of special organization 1. Rule 2. Pace/Tempo/Timing a. Tempo - 3. The shot, scene, and sequence as temporal units a. Shot (basic temporal unit) b. Scene (a succession of shot that are related to one another) c. Sequence (a series of scenes) d. About 3,000 separate special organizations 4. The long take a. Up until now…relationship within shot b. Movement within the frame: movement of the performer, props, lighting c. Movement outside the frame: camera d. Movement from frame to frame: e. Make it go fast (a lot of shots or special organizations) – space and time are correlative f. Creates rhythm (controlled order of progression) – change pace and tempo of rhythm ----relates to literary design (motif!!!) B. Relation between shots 1. Movement, pace, rhythm 2. Cutting principles (CLASSICAL NOTION) a. How to go from one shot to another shot (always had to have a link for coherence) b. 1. You can break space and time but they wanted to re-link the film (space and time are correlative) – why reconnect …because in life space and time are connected. Even though they are
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course CTCS 190 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE – WEEK VI – 10 - CTCS 190...

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