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LIT 201. Final Exam. Page 1 of 10 Name __Taylor Christopher______________________ Final Examination. LIT 209. Professor Wicks. Section 1 A. Select the correct answer: Highlight True or False and Fill in the Blank (14 points) 1. T F Film artists obey or disobey film norms and conventions – they are not laws. 2. Queen Bees and Wannabes was written by _ Rosalind Wise- man ____________________. 3. A ______ Fade-in __________________ is the slow brightening of the image from a black screen to normal. 4. List two primary characters in The Maltese Falcon. ______ Sam Spade ____________________ ______ Brigid O’Shaughnessy ____________________ 5. ____ C.S. Lewis ________________, the author of A Grief Observed, also wrote a book entitled Mere Christianity and the famous Chronicles of Narnia series. 6. T F A working definition of adaptation we used in our course was “a translation from one form to another.” 7. T F Sound is easy to assess in films because we can pause it just as we pause the image. 8. T F A full shot, or long shot, frames the human body from the waist up. 9. T F Ideology, the worldview or “common sense” of a culture, is present in films. 10. T F A sequence can be comprised of shots and scenes. 11. T F Mise-en-scène is French for a “missing scene” that is in the text but not in the film. 12. T F BBC television dramas are known to have high production values: the box office appeal of the physical mounting of their sets, costumes, props, etc. are lavish and bountiful.
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LIT 201. Final Exam. Page 2 of 10 13. _________________________ refers to films that are characterized by an unconvention- al daring, and by obscure, controversial, or highly personal ideas. 14. __ Key Lighting ___________________ is the main source of lighting in a scene.
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LIT 201. Final Exam. Page 3 of 10 B. Lecture Review, part 1: Match Column A to Column B (10 points). Type the correct number into column A. Column A __ 8. __ a. the initial part of a narrative is called the ________ __ 2. __ b. reading a play is dissimilar to reading__________ because of the absence of an authorial presence or narrative voice __ 7. __ c. a recognizable type of movie, charac- terized by certain pre-established conventions __ 4. __ d. Plot, Character, Dialogue, Staging, Symbolism & Irony, and Theme are all elements of _______ __ 6. __ e. the first shot of a new scene, that in- troduces the audience to the space in which the forthcoming scene will take place. __ 5. __ f. low angle framing can demonstrate the___________ of a character __ 10. __ g. In order to identify ___________, ask this question: Is the object, action, gesture, character, or dialogue heightened in some way, or repeated? __ 3. __ h. an implied agreement between the viewer and artist to accept certain artificialities as areal in a work of art __ 1. __ i. a film style of the 1940s and 1950s in the United States, it literally means “black film” __ 9. __ j. French for “author” – a term used to describe a director of a film who exhibits a per- sonal style. Column B 1. film noir 2. fiction 3. convention 4. genre 5. authority 6. establishing shot 7. drama 8. exposition 9. auteur 10. symbolism
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LIT 201. Final Exam. Page 4 of 10 C. Lecture and Film Term Review, part 2: Match Column A to Column B (11 points) Type the correct number into column A.
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LIT 201. Final Exam. Page 5 of 10 Column A __ 1.
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