71_FilmTypes-F2010

Marley and me experimental film style stream of

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Unformatted text preview: nventions, like voice ­ over   Differences:   Doesn’t try to hide camera or filmmaker   Uses the camera to provoke the subjects Errol Morris’ The Thin Blue Line Roger and Me Experimental (AKA, avant garde) Film & Video The Opposite of Experimental: Popular Cinema   Personal, not commercial   Commercial / Universal / Narrative   Rejects conventional expectations of narrative cause and effect   Conceals its artifice   Exploits possibilities of the film medium   Critiques culture and media   Invites individual interpretation Experimental Films   Reinforces viewer expectations   Seeks a common, accessible interpretation Marley and Me Experimental Film Style: Stream of Consciousness   About: unfamiliar, unorthodox or obscure subjects   Unedited flow of experience through the mind   Independent (really independent)   Meshes of the Afternoon (1943). Maya Deren, director.   Play with techniques and conventions   Major movements   French Avant ­Garde   Ballet Mechanique (Leger, 1924)   60s/70s avant ­garde video in US   Wavelength (Snow, 1967)   I do not know what it is that I am like (Viola)   Owl Scene 3 10/27/10 Experimental Film Style: Found Footage   Footage created by other filmmakers for other purposes   Creates new meanings and...
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2012 for the course HUM 71 taught by Professor Clary during the Spring '08 term at Irvine Valley College.

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