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Chapter 3 notes - Chapter 3 o 1. What are the three major...

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Chapter 3 1. What are the three major types of movies? o c. narrative, experimental, documentary 2. Narrative is often used to describe the way that cinematic stories are constructed and presented in order to engage, involve, or orient an audience. This understanding of narrative defines narrative as _________________. o d. a way of structuring fictional or fictionalized stories in films 3. Films that employ causal minimalism are characterized by ___________. o b. cause-and-effect connections 4. Films may be categorized according to a variety of systems. The film industry catalogs movies according to all of the following EXCEPT __________________. o c. classifications standardized by the industry 5. Which of the following distinguishes narrative films from other kinds of movies? o b. Narrative films are directed toward fiction. 6. Documentary films are often concerned with __________ and ____________. o a. recording reality; educating the viewer 7. Documentary filmmaking, which uses actual people, places, and events as source material, is
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course THA 2304 taught by Professor Conway during the Spring '08 term at Texas Tech.

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Chapter 3 notes - Chapter 3 o 1. What are the three major...

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