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Introduction to Film: Exam One Units of Study A. Film Structure: audiovisual design of a film and particular tools and techniques used to create that design. 3 Stages: Preproduction, Production, Post-production Reading: Chapter One Screenings : Moonstruck (1987), Norman Jewison B. Cinematography: Collaboration with director to determine: camera set-ups lighting design color design Reading: Chapter Two Screening: House of Flying Daggers (2004) Yimou Zhang C. Production Design: creation of sets, locations, costuming, and all visual environments that are depicted on the screen. Reading: Chapter Three Screening: Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) Francis Ford Coppola D. Acting: differences in film vs. theatre Reading: Chapter Four Screening: The Circus (1928) Director: Charles Chapin
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A. Camera Structure: (Chapter One) Camera position: 3 essential setups Long shot, Medium shot, Close-up Camera Angles: Low-angle, High-angle, Medium, Canted angle Camera Lens: Normal lens, Telephoto lens, Wide-angle lens, Zoom lens
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course COMM 2054 taught by Professor Srprince during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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