THEA Final Review


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PSYCHO is a _______ American horror-thriller film directed by _____________
1960, Alfred Hitchcock.
The screenplay for PSYCHO was by American screenwriter ____________
Joseph Stefano
The screenplay for PSYCHO is based on the ______ novel entitled PSYCHO by American crime and horror writer, ___________
1959, Robert Bloch
The cinematographer for PSYCHO was ___________
John L. Russell
The role of Norman Bates in PSYCHO was played by ____________
Anthony Perkins
The role of Marion Crane in PSYCHO was played by ______________
Janet Leigh
The composer of the film score for PSYCHO was ______________
Bernard Herrmann
PSYCHO has been called ____________________
"the first psychoanalytical thriller."
The United States Library of Congress has selected PSYCHO for preservation in the _________________
National Film Registry
The filming of the infamous shower scene in PSYCHO took over ___ days and over _____ camera set-ups
7, 70
When the ________ switched to a voluntary letter ratings system in _______ , PSYCHO was one of a number of high-profile motion pictures to be retro-rated with an "M" (for Mature Audiences).
A famous line from PSYCHO is:
I hope they are watching. They'll see. They'll see and they'll know, and
they'll say, "Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly..."
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA is a Vietnamese language film produced in France.
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA was originally released to movie theatres in the United States in _______
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA is directed by Vietnamese-born French director _______ , who also wrote the screenplay for the film.
Trần Anh Hùng
Cinematographer for THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA is __________
Benoît Delhomme
Original music for THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA is by composer___________
Tiêt Tôn-Thât
In addition to the composer's original music written specifically for THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA, classical music is included, featuring _________________
Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA takes place in _______ and, __________ in ___________
1951, 1961; Saigon (Ho Chih Minh City),
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA was not shot on location. The film was shot entirely on a created soundstage in _________________ with a realistically designed set by Production Designer _______________
Boulogne, France, Alain Nègre.
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA stars actress __________ as the 10-year-old child servant Mui, and actress ___________ as Mui at age 20.
Man San Lu,Trân Nu Yên-Khêas
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA received the prestigious ________________ at the Cannes Film Festival.
Caméra d'Or ("Golden Camera") award
THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA received a ________________________ for Best Film Debut.
César Award (the national film award of France)
The director of THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA, Trần Anh Hùng, stated that ________________________
"This story shows the
ambiguity and complexity between love and servitude."
THE GRADUATE is an American comedy-drama film originally released in
THE GRADUATE is based on the 1963 novel by the same title written by _____________
Charles Webb
The screenplay for the film THE GRADUATE was written by _________________
Buck Henry and Calder Willingham
THE GRADUATE was directed by _______________
Mike Nichols
The cinematographer for THE GRADUATE (and SWEET CHARITY) was _____________
Robert Surtees.
The role of Benjamin Braddock in THE GRADUATE was played by _______________
Dustin Hoffman.
The role of Mrs. Robinson in THE GRADUATE was played by _______________.
Anne Bancroft
The role of Elaine Robinson in THE GRADUATE was played by _______________
Katharine Ross
THE GRADUATE received the ______ Golden Globe Award for ___________________________
1967, Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy)
THE GRADUATE has been officially selected by the _________________ as one of the all-time greatest American movies
American Film Institute
The soundtrack of THE GRADUATE features popular songs of the 1960s written by the folk-rock duo
Simon and Garfunkel
The iconic car Benjamin drives in THE GRADUATE is a ____________
1966 Alfa Romeo
A famous line from THE GRADUATE is:
This is a professional honorary organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of motion pictures formed originally in 1927.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
A film appearance or very small film or very small film role played by a famous actor or notable person who would ordinarily not take such a small part.
The position of the camera (in terms of height from the ground) in relation to the subject being filmed
Camera Angle
A shot, normally taken from a great distance or from a "bird's eye view," that establishes where the action is about to occur.
Establishing Shot
These are awards given annually to meritorious endeavors in the motion picture industry by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Golden Globes
Chief Lighting Technician, responsible for the design and execution of the lighting plan for a production.
Responsible for the set up, adjustment and maintenance of production equipment on the film set.
An organization of journalists and photographers that report on the entertainment industry activity and interests in the United States for information outlets (newspaper, magazine and book publication, television and radio broadcasting) predominantly outside the United States.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association
The Motion Picture Association of America, which administers a motion picture rating system used in the United States to rate the suitability of films' themes and content for certain audiences.
More formally known as the Academy Awards, these are awards given annually to meritorious endeavors in the motion picture industry by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
A camera shot in which a stationary camera turns horizontally, revealing new areas
The lengths of footage taken during the course of filming and processed as the shooting of a film proceeds. They are often call "dailies" because usually at the end of each day, that day's footage is prepared for viewing the next day by the director and some members of the film crew.
Rushes (dailies)
Putting everything into proper order (elements of the production design, such as props and set pieces) to begin shooting a film scene.