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Unformatted text preview: Goal of classical Hollywood style Film shots/terms know what these are Cover shot Crane shot Cross-cut Cut Dolly Fade Fade-in Fade-out Frame Master shot Mise en scene POV shot Reaction shot Shot Shot/reverse shot Take Three-quarter shot Tracking shot Two-shot Other terms : Antagonist Cinematographer Classical Film Conflict Dissolve 180-degree rule Protagonist Wipe Lighting Three point lighting High key/low key Star Lighting Chapter 4 Studio system Studio system structure Factors that contributed to the development of a studios style Chapter 9 Who is the hero of the war film? How has the focus and function of war films changed in the last century? Pay attention to references made about the feature films weve seen. Film Shots that you will need to be able to identify by watching a film clip: Close Up Medium Shot Long Shot Establishing Shot Pan Tracking shot...
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course FILM 180 taught by Professor Jennings during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.
- Fall '08