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CTCS 190weektwo - CTCS 190 Week Two Literary Design I The...

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CTCS 190 Week Two: Literary Design I. The Script- that which gets the movie started a. Original - screenplay written for the screen b. Adaptation - loose, from a novel, article, history, etc. c. Types of Scripts: i. Writer’s Script 1. Characters 2. Action 3. Dialogue 4. Setting a. The director annotates these, and it becomes a shooting script ii. Published Script: comes from the movie itself d. Authorship Dilemma: i. Writer is not the author of the film ii. The writer’s script endures many drafts 1. In the end the writer isn’t given credit iii. Director’s inflections 1. Strong director makes the decisions= the artist 2. Director is the author 3. Actors influence the writing 4. Money gives the writer clout iv. Writer’s role 1. No power in film in contrast to theater 2. Producers/buyers think they are the writers, so they change everything II. Literary Determinations a. Title i. First impression ii. Example: “Some Like it Hot” 1. Refers to a set of people who ‘like it hot’ 2. Jazz was referred to as ‘hot’ iii.
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