Cinema Chapter Three Quiz

Cinema Chapter Three Quiz - Results: Total number of...

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Results: Total number of questions: 26 Percent correct: 27% Question: The close-up can do all of the following except Student answered: e) reveal a character's thought process. Correct answer: d) show an actor's expressive body language. Question: Today, actors generally use what acting style? Student answered: e) None; actors' techniques vary. Correct answer: e) None; actors' techniques vary. Question: Which of the following is an important difference between movie acting and stage acting? Student answered: e) There is no important difference between movie acting and stage acting. Correct answer: a) Movie actors can come closer to the audience and appear larger than actors on stage. Question: Which of the following is not necessarily considered in analyzing acting? Student answered: e) expressive coherence Correct answer: a) preparation Question: Framing, composition, lighting, and the long take can Student answered: e) all of the above Correct answer: e) all of the above Question: Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg popularized a style called Student answered: e) none of the above. Correct answer: b) method acting. Question: Which of the following is not true of the studio system? Student answered: e) None of the above are true of the studio system. Correct answer: d) All of the above are true of the studio system. Question: Which of these roles is generally reserved for highly recognizable actors? Student answered: e) stand-ins Correct answer: c) walk-ons Question: Who is credited with inventing screen acting? Student answered: b) Lillian Gish Correct answer: b) Lillian Gish Question: One key developer of more natural movements and gestures in early cinema was Student answered: d) Sarah Bernhardt. Correct answer: c) D. W. Griffith.
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Question: What did Bertolt Brecht contribute to movie acting? Student answered: e) all of the above. Correct answer: a) the concept of the alienation effect. Question: To suppress the distracting sounds made by early sound cameras, filmmakers used what device? Student answered: e) case Correct answer: c) blimp Question: All of the following are ways for a movie actor to come closer to the audience except Student answered: e) All of the above can make an actor seem closer to the audience. Correct answer: b) extreme long shots. Question: What acting method was developed at Moscow Art Theater? Student answered: a) Pudovkin method Correct answer: d) Stanislavsky system Question: Because actors can be used as fodder for promotional campaigns, some observers regard them as Student answered: a) typecast. Correct answer: d) commodities. Question: The people appearing in the earliest films were Student answered: e) none of the above. Correct answer: b) real people playing themselves. Question: The earliest written sound recording for movies was hampered by which of the
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