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Running head: FILM AND POPULAR CINEMA 1 Film and Popular cinema Katie McIntyre Feb. 27, 2011
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FILM AND POPULAR CINEMA 2 Film and Popular cinema After reviewing chapter 12, I see there is a big difference between film and popular cinema. Film consist of still images edited together to create a short film. These shots include editing techniques that we use today in popular movies. At the time film was first introduced, there was no color or sound. Most films were very short in length as well. In popular cinema, color and sound was introduced to the movies. Movies were made that showed an actual story in motion. Many of the same editing styles that film used, is used in popular cinema, and
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Unformatted text preview: many new ones were introduced. Today the difference is very apparent in these two. An example of Film would be “The Birth of a Nation”. This creator of this film was the first to use several of the editing techniques we know today for the first time in this film. It is in Black and White, and there is no sound. An example of popular cinema would be most any movie you see today. As movies have evolved drastically over time, more editing tricks, technology, animation and computer graphics have come into play. Today we use an assortment of color, sound, music, and editing tricks in just about every movie....
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