CTCS_190 Sept 7

CTCS_190 Sept 7 - 18:18 September7,2011 A.Introduction

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18:18 September 7, 2011 A.  Introduction B.  Performance  as visual-aural representation of the script 1. Dialogue through the voice  of the player a. Words b. Intonation and beats creating meaning c. Pauses and pace d. Volume e. Silence 2. Action through the body  of the player b. Posture c. Gesture (characterization, no contribution to the plot) d. Business (no contribution to characterization, e.g. washing dishes while  talking) e. Facial expression and reaction       Visual Analysis 3. Character and other aspects of the film’s meaning through dialogue, action,  and the properties of the player a. Properties: 1. Player’s physicality: voice/body/face/age 2. Player’s personality 3. Player’s talent (forte) 4. Player’s mythology: off-screen and on-screen b. Persona of the player: comprised of these four properties c. Persona of the player in today’s screening
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CTCS_190 Sept 7 - 18:18 September7,2011 A.Introduction

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