IB Film Chapter 1
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The term cinema comes from the Greek word kinesis, which means ________.
How many adjacent light flashes are alternated on and off to create the phi phenomenon?
As opposed to movies, a stage play confines the viewer to a single _______ view of the action.
Motion pictures had been popular for _____ years before being considered worthy of serious study.
Richard Kelly's film Donnie Darko (2001) shifts back and forth between the_____________.
Fantastic and Realistic
________ is the phrase that denotes the accepted systems, methods, and conventions by which the movies communicate with the viewer.
In the film Juno (2007), during the clinic waiting room scene, every time fingernails are shown ________ is added.
Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down (2001) is set_______.
The cinematographer for John Ford's The Grapes of Wrath (1940) was ________.
The essential quality that separates movies from all other two-dimensional pictorial art forms is ________.
Works of art, such as movies, have deliberate ________ that convey more information than simply who did what.
The terms film, movies, and cinema are ________.
The most straightforward example of a film grammar that draws upon the way we automatically interpret visual information in our real lives is the ________.
Fade In Fade Out
The empty rocking chair in Juno (2007) is a ________.
The film industry for the most part seeks to entertain, NOT: to ________, its customers.
The audience identifies primarily with the ________.
Form and Content are _____________
Interrelated, Interdependent, and Interactive
Very often a movie starts with a world that is altered by a particular incident that forces the characters to ________.
Pursue a Goal
Forms shape our emotional and intellectual responses to
________ is responsible for the image we see on the screen.
Motion pictures were originally captured, cut, and projected on ________.
The myriad of integrated techniques and concepts connecting us to the story while deliberately concealing the means by which they do so are called _______.
Soviet filmmaker and theorist Sergei Eisenstein believed that every edit should be _________.
The search for answers in film analysis boils down to one essential question:
What does it mean?
Compared to North American and Western European films, Latin American films of the 1960s were _______.
More concerned with social types and Political Allegories