ALL QUIZZES - Quiz 1 1 The clip shown in class of Laurence...

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Quiz 1 1. The clip shown in class of Laurence Oliver’s “to be or not to be soliloquy from Hamlet is an example of: - classical acting 2. According to the exercise in class, the twister that picks up Dorothy and carries her to the land of Oz is the: -inciting incident 3. Konstantin Stanislavsky argued that the actor’s ultimate responsibility was: -to be believed 4. According to the online readings, the chief difference between the British and American edits of Strangers on a Train is: -the inclusion of homosexuality 5. The founder of the Actors’ Studio, whose singular focus on emotional memory created a rift with the rest of the co founders of the Group Theatre was: -Lee Strasberg 6. Stella Adler was the only one of the chief proponents of “the method” in American acting to have studied under Stanislavsky himself. 7. Restorative three act dramatic form permanently changes the fundamental structure of society: a. -false 8. Elia Kazan was the director most responsible for bringing “the method” from the stage schools of New York to the Hollywood screen. 9. According to both Aristotle and the parameters of the well made play what is true about plot surprises? a. ALL 10. “Method” acting focuses on external representations of character like gesture, movement, and vocal control. a. FALSE 11. According to the online reading, how does On the Waterfront parallel the director’s own experience? a. The director was also asked to “name names” during the communist witch hunts of the McCarthy era 12. Rank Aristotle’s elements of drama according to his judgment of their importance. a. 1: plot b. 2: character c. 3: thought d. 4: diction e. 5: melody f. 6: spectacle Quiz 2 1. Mise-en-scene refers to camera movement, camera placement, lighting, composition, and the visual look of sets and costumes. 2. Entire camera moves smoothly along a horizontal plane: crab a. Camera remains stationary as focal length of lens is adjusted: zoom b. Camera remains stationary as the angle of the lens changes along a vertical plane: tilt c. Entire camera moves along a forward or backward plane either toward or away from the subject of the shot: dolly d. Camera remains stationary as the angle of the lens changes along a horizontal plane: pan
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e. Entire camera moves smoothly along a vertical plane: crane 3. To what does Roger Ebert attribute the memorable cinematography in Touch of Evil ? Welles’ attempt to tell the story by trapping characters in the same shot and tangling their actions 4. 5. The role of the production designer is to determine: the visual look of all the physical elements in each shot 6. To which factors does Roger Ebert attribute the lack of attention paid to Night of the Hunter ? ALL 7. Sets are virtually interchangeable with those in other films; evoke time, place, and mood by adhering to accepted conventions of reality or genre; functional without calling drawing attention to themselves.: set as denotation A single set serves as the principal
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course FIL 1000 taught by Professor Goshorn during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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