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Nov. 26  Overdetermination and the Film Text B.  Cinematic Influences 1. Aesthetics o Literary design: story, plot, characters, etc. o Performance o Visual Design o Composition o Editing o Genre o Style: Realism vs. Formalism “House” style Producing style o Period : Ice Station Zebra = reactionary revolutionary Hollywood  (1963-1976) o Movement o Star/Star System o Narrative Systems 2. Business practices of the industry o Conglomerate feel o Production o Distribution o Exhibition o MGM on the financial decline 3. Film technology o Systems of color Technicolor
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o Stereophonic sound o 70mm film 4. Censorship and prior restraints o Censorship ended in 1968 for the rating system o Many of the best films had censorship problems 5. Production history o Pre-production, production, post-production, etc. o “Funny Girl” - sloppy structure for a Wilder film b/c of Streisand’s  insecurity and stubbornness o
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  • Fall '09
  • Casper
  • Wilder film b/c, financial decline Film, Systems Business practices, reactionary revolutionary Hollywood, B. Cinematic Influences

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