Intro to Cinema notes Feb. 14

Intro to Cinema notes Feb. 14 - 2/14/11 Intro to Cinema...

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2/14/11 Intro to Cinema Film Acting -What does the actor contribute? -The human presence in the machine Acting in Film vs. Theatre -Lack of rehearsal -Budgetary factors create shortage of time -Director attitudes -Shooting Out of Continuity -Economies of time and cost determine shooting order of scenes -Shooting close-ups and coverage (coverage= getting in and out of cars/walking down stairs/transitions -Amplification of gesture and expressions -Camera and microphone magnify performance -Al Pacino (hard to keep him down) -encourage restrained style of performance -Minimalist styles -Clint Eastwood(his squint) -Lighting, Lenses and Effects Work -Hitting the mark -Performer should know how camera reads scene -Depth of field -Lens angle of view -Contrast range -- lighting falloff -Camera movement -Greenscreening -Playing to nonexistent sets and characters -Scene fully assembled during post-production compositing -Lack of a live audience -Can't calibrate performance according to audience response -Chaplin didn't like working with audiences
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2011 for the course TA 2054 taught by Professor Prince during the Spring '11 term at Virginia Tech.

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