Cine 101 Final Exam Review

Cine 101 Final Exam - point The essay questions will ask you think about some of the larger questions of film style/form and its relation to

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Cine 101: World Film History to 1945 Midterm Review: Exam: Tuesday, May 5 th The Final Exam is not cumulative; it will cover from Sound Film (week of March 17 th ) through Film Noir. However, formal film terms regarding editing, cinematography, etc. might help in answering the essays. You are responsible for all of the material covered in the assigned readings, film screenings, and class lectures. The exam will consist of two parts: (1) short identifications, and (2) short essays. The short identifications will be terms taken from the weekly term sheets. Your answers should be short (a sentence or couple of sentence fragments) and should cite the most relevant information in the context of the course. The essay responses should only be 2-3 substantial paragraphs long (be concise and to the
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Unformatted text preview: point!). The essay questions will ask you think about some of the larger questions of film style/form and its relation to industrial, historical, and cultural contexts. STUDY suggestions :- Make sure you have read all of the assigned chapters in the Bordwell/Thompson Film History and Ed Sikov’s Film Studies textbooks and any articles on Blackboard.- Review the terms included on the weekly term sheets. Make sure you have a basic definition or knowledge of what the terms refer to.- Make sure you have watched all of the films that are listed on the syllabus (i.e ., The Maltese Falcon , etc). - The Essay questions will be about the following topics: Sound Hollywood Studio System Horror Film Nazi Propaganda film film noir...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENGL 100 taught by Professor Cin during the Fall '10 term at UPenn.

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