Two key questions:
o What is the subject of this story?
o How is the way this story is told integral to the subject of the story?
With new technology, we take what works well from older work
Story: an event or sequence of events
Storytelling-what is the subject of the story?
-how is the way this story is told integral to the subject of the story?
Story-an event or sequence of events
-What happens, the action
Plot-the events that take place in chronological order
Unit 2: Naturalism and Realism
Arrival of a Train (1895)
-Auguste and Louis Lumiere (Lumiere brothers)
-Invented the Cinematographe, a box that could record, develop, and show films (17m reel; 55
-28 December 1895: first public film scre
Un Chien Andalou The Rape of the Eye
Premonitions Following an Evil Deed
Meshes of the Afternoon
Hiroshima, Mon Amour
Her Long Black Hair
Doc F. - Marguerite Ida and Helena Annabel
Stage 2 layer
spiral staircase in the middle
THEA120 : Lecture notes
Prof. Shelley Orrr
Two Key Questions:
-What is the subject of the story?
-How is the way this story is told integral to the subject of the story?
-Story: an event or sequen
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