← Film Studies Final Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- City symphonies
- Commercial films
- Talking Heads
- Technical competence
- a elements that exist outside of the story world (credits and some film music). Use to comment on or draw attention.
- b Generally fictional narratives involving conflict and change
- c Interviews and captures personal feelings
- d A genre that combines documentary and experimental films; modern city view.
- e a director must be capable of creating a well made film
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Viewers expect no story at all, this type of film makers see films as a visual art form rather than a story telling
- Forwards the narrative, giving voice to characters' aspirations, thoughts and emotions, often making conflicts among characters evident
- a technique for recording synchronized dialogue in post-production, using a machine that runs forward and backward.
- Process of contracting a business function to someone else. The practice of Hollywood studios contracting out post-production work to individuals or films outside the United States.
- to indicate the passage of time. consist of several shots, each one occurring at a different point in time.
5 True/False Questions
Looping → cutting several identical lengths of developed film and having actors record the dialogue repeatedly.
High pitched characters → A post-studio era Hollywood film designed to appeal to the broadest possible audience by fusing a simple story line with major movie stars and mounting a lavish market campaign.
Diegetic → the implied world of the story, including settings, characters, sounds, and events.
Primary components of film sound → is to externalize a character's thoughts and feelings, bringing motivations, goals and conflicts to the surface.
Voice of authority → a direct vocal address to the audience, which may emanate from a character or form a narrating voice apparently unrelated to the diegesis.
It gives special attention and allows audience access to a characters immediate thoughts.