CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE WEEK XV

CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE WEEK XV - CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE...

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CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE – WEEK XV FINAL Lecture on the production process – blue book (ids) Essays – Thematic Mode of representation Genre Overdetermination KNOW THE LECTURES CASPER AND EDWARDS blue book READ FILM NOTES A. Film Content a. Film must be responsible – film has to be liable to b. Why did you make the film c. Two responsible – filmmakers, and audience d. Consumer is judge of film responsibility B. Film Criticism 1. Why criticism? a. To gauge responsibility of movie b. To get something more out of a movie than we are usually getting i. Live in the moment c. A movie engages us in sensory levels…it becomes a part of yourself…if you reflect upon it, it becomes more of a part of you d. Critical judgment makes you more discerning e. From 1977 on, it’s problematic – less effective for love f. Fall in love with a movie or a person, and those things begin to matter more g. Films don’t make a culture resonant but the people who criticize them do 2. Types a.
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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 XV - CTCS 190 LECTURE OUTLINE...

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