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Question 80 / 1 ptsWhat is the primary job of a film’s editor?You Answeredputting the director’s vision into wordschoosing and arranging the mise-en-scène and how it plays out
composing various images in the camera that force the audience to view only part of what is in the scenechoosing which shots to use, in what order they appear, and how long they are on the screenQuestion 91 / 1 ptsWhich of the following is the most valid argument for why Sarris’s version of auteur theory might be imperfect?Not enough female directors are recognized by auteur theory.Michael Bay’s films make hundreds of millions at the box office.Not all directors also write the scripts for the films they make.Correct!A film production is a team effort and not just the director’s work alone.Question 100 / 1 ptsWhich director is credited largely with setting the stage for what we think of as the modern film director, as well as the modern film itself?D. W. GriffithDorothy ArznerAlfred HitchcockYou AnsweredSteven SpielbergQuestion 111 / 1 pts
Based on what you know about filmmaking styles, Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless(1960), which embraces the artifice of the medium and relies on jump cuts to create obvious continuity gaps, is an example of which style?
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Film director, Alfred Hitchcock, Film editing, French New Wave