Cinema as an Art Form Day 15

Even bigger than it is and giving it forced depth by

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even bigger than it is and giving it forced depth by using the wide angle lens “In part, the striking features of the shining are achieved by the innovative use  of the steady hand” – falsetto o Stabilizing mount for the camera  o What is it the affect; How does this differ from a tracking shot or hand  held tracking shot? Floating through the space; Get a sense of a bizarre continuity Get the feeling of a participant observer The camera is “floating” You get a corridor effect and you’re rushing through the area The cutaway’s into Danny’s perspective come after locking you into the  perception of the steady hand How is his point of view handled? o The interior life of the writer Jack Torrance is not as open to us the  interior of Alex in the clockwork orange Spectators know Jack through his actions and words You have to read him through movement and gesture  and voice The “ghosts” that he encounter are very solid,  three dimensional and real
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They do not seem very scary because the  subjective view of them is locked away No boundary between real and imagined We relate to Jack, but in a very different way than Alex His inner life is closed off o
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  • Fall '10
  • A Clockwork Orange, Film director, American flag, Jack Torrance, small American flag, references American Indians, huge American flag

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