Most film sounds are constructed _.
a. on the set
b. while location scouting
c. during postproduction
d. during sound design
e. in preproduction
The correct answer is: during postproduction
The group responsible
What is the basic building block of film editing?
a. The sequence.
b. The scene.
c. The shot.
d. The Kuleshov effect.
Why has the typical film editor's job become more difficult in the last fifty years
Prep Test Intro to Cinema
The speed with which a sound is produced (the number of sound waves produced per second).
The speed of sound remains fairly constant when it passes through air, but it varies in different
media and in the same medium at
Introduction to cinema
Also known as staging. The overall look and feel of a moviethe sum of everything the
audience sees, hears, and experiences while viewing it. (page 36)
A cinematic structure in which content is select
Intro to cinema Chapter 9
The group that generates and controls a movie's sound physically, manipulating its properties to
produce the effects that the director desires. (page 390)
A state-of-the-art concept, pioneered by director
Intro to Cinema Chapter 1-2
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which the movies communicate with the
viewer. (page 3)
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short or as long as the director wants, but
Chapter 1Introduction to cinema
Everything that a movie presents on its surface. Compare implicit meaning. (page 12)
Film analysis that examines how a scene or sequence uses formal elementsnarrative, mise-enscne, cinematog
14 February 2017
What catches your eye?
The fog at an open field or over a body of water.
Sunrises at the beach
The waves on the ocean
Being at a high point and seeing a life below me
21 March 2017
Harmony in Red
I chose the painting Harmony in Red created by Henri Matisse. It was made in The
Hermitage of Saint Petersburg during the years 1908 and 1909. The artist used oil on canvas with
the size being lar
9 March 2017
With this picture there is an implied space, if that makes sense. Whoever created the
photo wanted to make sure that you can tell that someone is missing. Because they couldve just
created this portrait without t
23 February 2017
What is meaning?
Meaning is produced through how something is introduced or how it is perceived. It
gives the reader or viewer something about what they are looking at. It makes them feel
comfortable with kno
21 March 2017
Greens Crossing Greens
I chose the sculpture Greens crossing greens created by Dan Flavin. It was made in 1966
and now is held in The Guggenheim Museum in New York. He used green fluorescent light with
This morning I spent it looking for lines in my everyday life. It all started on my way to
school where I was noticing all the rectilinear lines that keep me in lane, like the ones on the
road, the yellow and white ones. Then it started to ra
Prof. Bill Schneberger
21 January 2016
What is Art?
I would describe art as a way for someone to communicate his or her
feelings without actually communicating. Each piece of art is creative and
unique. Art will not only be appealing t
9 February 2016
1. In figure 2-1 the artist says, this is not a pipe by this he was trying to
make viewers realize, it wasnt a pipe it was only a painting of one.
2. I believe we dont see many Islami
3 April 2016
Whitney Minor Museum Report
11 April 2016
1. Reference is a relation between objects in which the first object in this
relation is said to refer to the second object. So this sculpture tied both
love and nature together
30 February 2016
1. The three essential components of linear perspective are horizon line,
vanishing points, and converging lines.
2. One of the chief tools employed by artists of the Renaissance to r
2 February 2016
Chapter 1 & In-class information
1. Marcel Duchamp
2. Looking is perceptional and seeing is understanding and comprehending
3. An example of a normative statement in art is, that painting reminds m
23 February 2016
1. An axis line is an imaginary line that is traced through objects in a picture
2. Line orientation are linear arrangements that emphasize the horizontal
and vertical posses a certa
Art- 103-001 (T/TH)
In the excerpt from Leon Battista Albertis On Painting Ive learned a lot about how to
analyze the visual effects of a piece of work. In this assignment I will be introducing how variou
Art Hist 001 T/Th
This comparison is based on two beautiful historic museums in New York City. They are
relatively close to each other in the city. They both share the same passion and love for art. These
2. Identify and explain all the ways in which Campbell and Strawson agree with each other. Which of the
agreed-upon points do you agree with and which do you disagree with? Why? Go into detail, and be
Here are some areas of agreement between Cam
Art and Visual Culture
Assignment 3: Mother and Child
November 3, 2015
Title: Madonna del Granduca
Medium: Oil on wood
Style: High Renaissance
Title: Camille Monet and a Child in the Artists Garden in Argenteui
Intro to Art & Visual Culture
The Cloister Project
1.Describe the characteristics of this artwork that intrigued you to write about it.
In The Cloister Museum there are magnificent pieces of art from the medieval era. A
Intro to Art & Visual Culture
December 3 , 2015
Professor C. Priore
Troop of Female Musicians - Facsimile painted by Charles K. Wilkinson
Original : New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Thutmose IV (ca.1400 -1390 B.C.
Jesse Gold ART107 MOMA Plagiarism Turnitin ID: 128372601 3.16.10 To many individuals the concept of plagiarism is a vague understanding. The belief is that plagiarism is merely a copying of ones works or writing while the truth is much more than that. Pla
Jesse Gold ART107 MOMA Descriptions Turnitin ID: 135763532 3.16.10 The first photograph I chose to describe was Untitled by Benjamin Turner, created around 1853. The main subject of the photograph is a large tree trunk that consumes more than half of the
Jesse Gold ART107 International Center of Photography Turnitin ID: 4.27.10 Three photographs that embody the dreamlike haze that Surrealism is known for are Paris from Notre Dame (1933) by Brassai, Puddle Paris (1932) by Ilse Bing, and Stairway, 88, rue B