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Study guide for exam 4

Study guide for exam 4 - COMM 150.2 Exam#4 Review Sheet...

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COMM 150.2 Exam #4 Review Sheet Screenings Pulp Fiction Do the Right Thing Crash Readings Evan Smith, Thread Structure: Rewriting the Hollywood Formula, Journal of Film and Video 51.3-4 (Fall 1999): 88-96. Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr., Muzing New Hoods, Making New Identities: Film, Hip-Hop Culture, and Jazz Music, Callaloo 25.1 (2002): 309-320 Jennifer Radtke,Do The Right Thing in Black and White: Spike Lee Bi-Cultural Method,Midwest Quarterly 41.2 (Winter 2000): 208-228. Mary C. Beltran, "The New Hollywood Racelessness: Only the Fast, Furious, (and Multiracial) Will Survive", Cinema Journal 44.2 (Winter 2005): 50-67 Clips Goodfellas (Scorsese, 1990) Stuck in the Middle with You video Jackie Brown (Tarantino, 1995) Bamboozled (Lee, 2000) Hollywood Shuffle (Townsend, 1987) Pleasantville (Ross, 1998) Rules of Engagement (Friedkin, 2000) Shark Tale (Bergeron & Jenson, 2004) Mickey Mouse Monopoly (Picker, 2001) The Player Annie Hall Goodfellas Rope Songs Rags to Riches,Tony Bennett (Goodfellas) Stuck in the Middle with You,Stealers Wheel (Reservoir Dogs, underwear commercial) Misirlou, Dick Dale (Pulp Fiction) Flowers on the Wall, Statler Brothers (Pulp Fiction) Didnt I Blow Your Mind,The Delphonics (Jackie Brown) Son of a Preacher Man, Dusty Springfield (Pulp Fiction) "Fight the Power", (Do the Right Thing) Concepts from Lectures Music and film: types of music in film o Classical – Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, etc These composers are considered “high art”
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Using them in a film can show film as an art form May be used for financial reasons, classical music not copywrited o Composed – hired a composer to write music just for the film o Popular – any music not specifically composed for film This music can be found in wholein other areas Popular music has meaning in itself (lyrics or band) Types of scores used in film o Composed – referred to as “classical light” o Composite – combination of all three types of music Use of lyrics – have meanings by themselves o Replace or substitute for dialogue o Comment on a character o Can help round out a character o Add emotion to a scene o
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