THA 2304 lecture 11 realism.docx

March of the penguins b direct address to camera a

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March of the Penguins ) B. direct address to camera a. breaking the 4 th wall ( Modern Family ) b. direct access C. on-camera interview a. Looks off screen to an invisible interviewer (Clip from Parks and Recreation ) D. text/data on screen (a display of facts) a. used mainly to persuade the audience E. available (real) mise-en-scene a. real locations (not a back lot or movie set) (Clip from Pearl Jam Twenty ) F. handheld camera a. Wobbling the camera, camera won’t sit still
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b. Environment that is uncontrolled, struggles to let us see what is important (Clip from Hunger Games ) G. deep focus cinematography a. lens choice b. lived in-environment (Picture of JFK) c. exaggerated space/crisp clear focus H. available (natural) lighting a. flexibility move in and outdoors I. limited editing and the long take a. chunk of time and space b. how it avoids long scenes c. digital technologies make takes longer (Clip from Sweetgrass ) J. existing footage (stock/old footage) a. generic footage b. used by news anchors and film makers c. using film that was created by someone else (Clip about rain storm in Lubbock) (Clip form Bowling for Columbine ) K. real people (non actors) a. really matters b. see someone or something that is real L. diegetic sound only (or limited nondiegetic) a. tends to have music that wants us to feel one thing or another b. diegetic sounds (Clip from Chronicle )
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