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Unformatted text preview: Screening Notes for: The Film Industry and Art… Business, Genre and Stars FTVDM 122B Prof. Deland Nuse Marceline Day is sympathetic to Buster’s desire to be an MGM cameraman. But… Will the arrogant rival with the cool camera win her heart? Keaton had a highly developed comedic style based in physical action and reaction. Keaton was known as “The Great Stone Face” due to his deadpan expression and his stoicism in the face of peril and embarrassment. The 1930’s Musical. Busby Berkeley created a world of glamour through imaginative choreography , costumes, set design, lighting, and camera placement. It is a fantasy world that can be created best through the special qualities of cinema. 2 Mystery, intrigue and glamour are provided in David O. Selznick’s production of Notorious . The Hitchcock films with the highest production values were produced by Selznick. Sets, costumes, and lighting contribute to enhance the stars image....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course FILM & TV 127 taught by Professor C during the Spring '11 term at UCLA.

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