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Introduction to the German Edition
The Film Scenario and its Theory
PART H THE PLASTIC MATERIAL
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acting image action actual already appearance artist attention audience basic Battleship Potemkin camera cameraman celluloid character characteristic cinema cinematographic close-up complete course created creation crowd direct edited image editing construction effect element embrace emotional emphasise exactly example expression external face fact feeling film actor film director filmic representation generalisation gesture given hero impression incident inevitably inner Jenghiz Khan Kuleshov lens linked living long-shot Mae Marsh material means mechanical ment method Moscow Moscow Art Theatre Mosfilm movement nature necessary object organisation performance person picture plastic play possible problem producer Pudovkin realised reality recorded reels rehearsal result rhythm rhythmic role scenario scenarist screen script selection separate pieces separate shots sequence shooting silent film sound film spectator speech stage actor Stanislavski studio task technical technique theatre theatrical theatrical producer theatricalisation theme tion Tol'able David treatment unity whole words workers