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Looking at Movies Third Edition Richard Barsam Dave Monahan CHAPTER THREE Types of Movies
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2 What Is Narrative? Type of movie Film’s story Particular system by which a fictional story is structured Concept describing the sequential organization of events
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3 Narrative Concept Content is selected and arranged in a cause-and-effect sequence occurring over time
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4 Narrative System Exposition Rising action Climax Falling action Denouement
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10 Three Major Movie Types Narrative Documentary Experimental
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11 Narrative Films Tell a story Directed towards fiction Based on screenplays Have the technical demands of film production Primary purpose is entertainment with commercial intent
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12 Four Documentary Approaches Factual Instructive Persuasive Propaganda
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13 Documentary Concerns The recording of reality Education of the viewer Presentation of political or social analyses
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14 Documentary Types: Factual Films Straightforward presentation meant to instruct and entertain without unduly influencing audiences
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16 Documentary Types: Persuasive Films Present a particular perspective on social issues or expose corporate/governmental injustice of any kind
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18 Documentary Types: Propaganda Films Systematically disseminate deceptive or distorted information
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20 Documentary Film Style: Direct-Cinema Viewer as “witness” Filmmakers avoid conventional documentary techniques
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2011 for the course FVS 250 taught by Professor Peter during the Spring '11 term at California Coast University.

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