Film Art: An Introduction
Film production, distribution, and exhibition - The significance of film form - Narrative as a formal system - Film genres - Documentary, experimental, and animated films - The shot : mise-en-scene - The shot : cinematography - The relation of shot to shot : editing - Sound in the cinema - Style as a formal system - Film criticism : sample analyses - Film form and film history.
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PART Film Production Distribution and Exhibition
PART Film Form
CHAPTER THREE Narrative as a Formal System
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