Study Guide for Midterm

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Study Guide for Midterm The exam consists of 4 sections. 17 Multiple Choice questions 13 True or False questions 2 Short answers Analysis of 2 clips Subject Matter on Exam – From Film Art and Lectures Types of transitions Acoustic properties of sound Continuity system techniques Effects of focal length of lens Aspect ratio of a film Widescreen Radio: 1.85:1 original academy 1.33:1 Aspects of mise en scene Panofsky’s characteristics of cinema Classical Hollywood lighting 3-Point Reframing Camera follows movement of character (to keep in frame) Depth of story information Camera distance Narration in North by Northwest Much through Thornhill’s (Cary Grant’s) eyes. Characteristics of 180 degree system Diegetic/non-diegetic sound Projection speeds
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Changes in continuity system Plot/story Axis of action Imaginary line side to side through main actors Effects of long focal length lens Sound in Mr. Bean Diagetic vs. non-diagetic Eisenstein’s theory of montage Eisenstein: “Cinema is montage.” Idea of montage: a dialectic–-two statements are in dialogue together, emerging a third
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course SAC 236 taught by Professor Cohen during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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