Week Five - Chapter 6A Visual Interlude The Long Take ● A...

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Chapter 6A: Visual Interlude: The Long Take A shot with a long duration With emerging dialects there is a branching division of what cinema should do for an audience Includes Continuity editing Soviet Montage Etc. Susan Sontag: sensory experience should be priority over interpretation Does this go against what we learned? Is there any way to supply something sensory in cinema? Long takes enable mise-en-scene The longer you look at a shot the more the sub elements of mise-en-scene appear to you The sense of time stands in great contrast to the montage movement Temporal realism Happens in the same time to reality Strives to create an additional/ supplementary action to reality Your experience of reality is being applied to the experience of the scene since you are witnessing it at the same pace Not all Long Takes feel slow due to reframing of a shot and camera movement Editing without cutting increases the pace of a camera ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chapter 7: Cinematography and the Shot Four traits to look for in framing
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