The 3rd Man - Artheur Theory the idea that the filmmaker...

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Artheur Theory - the idea that the filmmaker has total control to express themselves, but there are barriers. Their stamp still comes through. Current Film Maker who under Artheur Theory - David Linch-“Mulholland Drive” (2001) - The style and tone is unique and original in the way that it blends diff genres in a fresh take . Film Noir- ended in the 50s. “Mullholland Drive” black comedy in the film, surrealism, Elements of suspense & horror, elements of parody, elements of noir. Imaging- where actor takes dialogue or script and through speaking they created images for the audience, a visceral experience to audience, perhaps telling a story. “Show Don’t Tell.” Has to be something to let audience know something is coming up. Campiness- exaggerated theatricality for humorous effect. Like an old melodrama film very serious about acting, but when we see it it’s kind of funny. A wink to the audience saying this is kinda funny. Hollywood- Dreams
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2011 for the course THEATER 120a taught by Professor Sushtari during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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