Week 1- Introduction

Week 1- Introduction - annihlate another (as characters can...

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Intro 27/08/2008 08:10:00 Latimes calendar section Olympics/live television financial aspects
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27/08/2008 08:10:00 FROM NARRATIVE TO NON-NARRATIVE 3 types of setting-performance space, story space, and televisual space Nonnarrative videos Values of the genre: (viewer is hard pressed to find meaning) o Each shot posseses its own truth value o Each shot has only a vague temporality Music viedeos share an important property of music-that np musical moment can
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Unformatted text preview: annihlate another (as characters can in film) Some only hint the story and let the video remain ascendent EXPLAINING THE ABSENCE OF NARRATIVES 1. the genres multimedia nature 2. the lack of appropriatness and applicability of narrative film devices 3. the necessity of foregrounding the songs form (n order to sell the song) 27/08/2008 08:10:00...
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