Quiz 2 - 1 What is a “film movement” describe one as an...

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COMM 250, sec. 1 Penn State Greater Allegheny Dr. Clifford Manlove, Course Instructor Quiz 2 ; Spring, 2008 Directions: You have 30 minutes to handwrite answers to each of the questions below. It will be necessary to use the back of this page, or your own notebook paper, to write complete answers. Each question is worth 10 points, for a total of 50 points (see syllabus for full policies). Answer each question as concisely and thoroughly as possible in no more than 4-6 complete sentences . Use at least 1-2 specific examples from the text in question in each answer. NOTE: You would be well advised to not use the same material for more than one answer.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. What is a “film movement”; describe one as an example. 2. Describe FOUR technological developments necessary to show the first films in 1895, beyond those necessary to take still photos (developed by 1820s). 3. Were most films prior to 1904 fiction or non-fiction; what were they like aesthetically; what are they about; why does this order of development make sense? 4. Compare and contrast expressionism with impressionism. 5. Describe THREE characteristics of Classic Hollywood cinema....
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