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culture - film
advance screening
appear in a film
audition
climax
pokaz przedpremierowy
pojawić się / grać w filmie
przesłuchanie, casting do filmu
punkt kulminacyjny
advance screening
pokaz przedpremierowy
appear in a film
pojawić się / grać w filmie
Film(Culture)
acting
adapt
advance screening
appear in a film
aktorstwo
zaadaptować
pokaz przedpremierowy
pojawić się, grać w filmie
acting
aktorstwo
adapt
zaadaptować
28 terms
CULTURE-FILM
acting
adapt
advance screening
appear in a film
aktorstwo
zaadaptować
pokaz przedpremierowy
pojawić się, grać w filmie
acting
aktorstwo
adapt
zaadaptować
13 terms
Film and Culture
une série policière
une émission de science fiction
une comédie
envier
a police series
a science fiction show
a comedy
to want to
une série policière
a police series
une émission de science fiction
a science fiction show
Film and Culture
Direct Confrontations
Shock Cinema
Course Genres
Male Gaze
Confrontations with the audience. Used to startle the audienc…
films that physiologically arose audiences using alarming plo…
Adolescent Horror, Feminist Horror, Body Horror, Family Horro…
(Laura Mulvey): women in film are used for visual pleasure; w…
Direct Confrontations
Confrontations with the audience. Used to startle the audienc…
Shock Cinema
films that physiologically arose audiences using alarming plo…
14 terms
FILM AND CULTURE (FILM FORM)
REFERENTIAL MEANING
EXPLICIT MEANING
IMPLICIT MEANING
SYMPTOMATIC MEANING
Concrete, close to bare bones summary ... Dependent on spectator…
The POINT of the film
Abstract Interpretation (subtext = implicit meaning guided by…
The manner in which a film bears traces of a particular set o…
REFERENTIAL MEANING
Concrete, close to bare bones summary ... Dependent on spectator…
EXPLICIT MEANING
The POINT of the film
56 terms
Film and Culture Quiz 3
Editing
Flashback
flash-forward
ellipsis
Facilitates video editing
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
An action that jumps ahead of the story to narrate an event t…
A rhetorical device in which words are consciously omitted, p…
Editing
Facilitates video editing
Flashback
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
ch. 5 film & culture
design
composition
mise-en-scene
décor
the process by which the look of the settings, props, lightin…
the organization, distribution, balance, and general relation…
Also known as staging. the overall look and feel of a movie -…
the color and textures of the interior decoration, furniture,…
design
the process by which the look of the settings, props, lightin…
composition
the organization, distribution, balance, and general relation…
63 terms
Film and culture
One basic stage of film making is "pro…
An establishing shot is defined as
Frame is
A medium shot with two characters in t…
Filming the script
The camera is set at a long distance to begin the scene.
The dimensions of the projected area on screen
2-shot
One basic stage of film making is "pro…
Filming the script
An establishing shot is defined as
The camera is set at a long distance to begin the scene.
45 terms
Culture In Film
1. According to Aufderheide, which of…
2. According to Aufderheide, who coine…
3. According to Aufderheide, documenta…
4. In "Manufacturing Vision," Tomas st…
C
C
D
B
1. According to Aufderheide, which of…
C
2. According to Aufderheide, who coine…
C
24 terms
Film and Culture Ch. 4
narration
narrator
first-person narrator
voice-over narration
The act of telling the story of the film. The primary... source…
Who or what tells the story of a film. The primary... narrator i…
A first-person narrator is a character in the... narrative who t…
Narration heard concurrently and over... a scene but not synchro…
narration
The act of telling the story of the film. The primary... source…
narrator
Who or what tells the story of a film. The primary... narrator i…
18 terms
Film and Culture Ch. 5
design
composition
mise-en-scene
décor
the process by which the look of the settings, props, lightin…
the organization, distribution, balance, and general relation…
Also known as staging. the overall look and feel of a movie -…
the color and textures of the interior decoration, furniture,…
design
the process by which the look of the settings, props, lightin…
composition
the organization, distribution, balance, and general relation…
56 terms
Film and Culture: 8-11
aesthetic approach
ambient sound
analog
axis of action
Seeks to evaluate individual movies and/or directors using cr…
Sound that emanates from the ambiance of the setting being fi…
The camera creates an image by recording through a camera len…
The fundamental means by which filmmakers maintain consistent…
aesthetic approach
Seeks to evaluate individual movies and/or directors using cr…
ambient sound
Sound that emanates from the ambiance of the setting being fi…
51 terms
Cultures and Film
Perception of motion in film is based…
Thaumatrope
Phenakistiscopes
Zoetropes
the persistence of vision. i.e. - the continuation of an imag…
is a disk with a different image on each side and strings on…
1830s. a spinning disk with slits provided the correct number…
invented by the mathematician William Horner in 1834. It was…
Perception of motion in film is based…
the persistence of vision. i.e. - the continuation of an imag…
Thaumatrope
is a disk with a different image on each side and strings on…
42 terms
Cultures and Film
Thaumatrope
Phenakistiscope
Zoetropes
Eadweard Muybridge
-1st shown by John Aytron in Paris in 1824... -A disk with diffe…
A spinning disk with slits provided the correct number of fra…
-Invented by Wm Horner in 1834... -Patented in England and Ameri…
-British immigrant and California bookseller invented a fast…
Thaumatrope
-1st shown by John Aytron in Paris in 1824... -A disk with diffe…
Phenakistiscope
A spinning disk with slits provided the correct number of fra…
29 terms
Film Cultur
high key
low key
star lighting
Diagetic sounds
high lighting, bright
dark lighting, drama
light radiates around the star
sound that characters can hear
high key
high lighting, bright
low key
dark lighting, drama
19 terms
Cultures and Film
Thaumatrope
Phenakistiscopes
Zoetropes
first photograph
is a disk with a different image on each side and strings on…
1830s. a spinning disk with slits provided the correct number…
invented by the mathematician William Horner in 1834. It was…
...
Thaumatrope
is a disk with a different image on each side and strings on…
Phenakistiscopes
1830s. a spinning disk with slits provided the correct number…
50 terms
films and culture
acteur / actrice
réalisateur / réalisatrice
cinéaste
auteur, écrivain
actor / actress
film director
producer / film maker
author, writer
acteur / actrice
actor / actress
réalisateur / réalisatrice
film director
111 terms
Film & Pop Culture Midterm
When was the movie "That's Entertainme…
What movie got Professor Fantle hooked…
What was going on during the era of "T…
Who produced that's Entertainment?
1974
"That's Entertainment"
Watergate & Vietnam War
Metro Goldwyn Mayer
When was the movie "That's Entertainme…
1974
What movie got Professor Fantle hooked…
"That's Entertainment"
12 terms
Film and Culture - Ch. 7
booms
method acting
stanislavsky system
casting
a polelike mechanical device for holding the microphone in th…
a naturalistic acting style, loosely adapted form the ideas o…
a system of acting, developed by Russian theater director kon…
the process of choosing and hiring actors for a movie
booms
a polelike mechanical device for holding the microphone in th…
method acting
a naturalistic acting style, loosely adapted form the ideas o…
63 terms
Culture gender film
Ethnocentrism
Culture relativism
Culture is...
Ethnography
Refers to seeing the world in the way as everyone else
each culture is unique, no culture is inferior
The shorthand for the learned and shared ideas and practices…
The first hand personal study of local settings , humans are…
Ethnocentrism
Refers to seeing the world in the way as everyone else
Culture relativism
each culture is unique, no culture is inferior
ch. 7 film & culture
booms
method acting
stanislavsky system
casting
a polelike mechanical device for holding the microphone in th…
a naturalistic acting style, loosely adapted form the ideas o…
a system of acting, developed by Russian theater director kon…
the process of choosing and hiring actors for a movie
booms
a polelike mechanical device for holding the microphone in th…
method acting
a naturalistic acting style, loosely adapted form the ideas o…
25 terms
Film and Culture III
Montage
fade in
dissolve
long take
the french word for editing. it can be used to signify any jo…
an optical effect in which a black screen gradually brightens…
an optical effect that briefly superimposes one shot over the…
a shot of relatively long duration where the director does no…
Montage
the french word for editing. it can be used to signify any jo…
fade in
an optical effect in which a black screen gradually brightens…
12 terms
FILM & CULTURE Ch. 9
outtakes
mixing
fidelity
diegetic sound
Material that is not used in either the rough cut or the fina…
The process of combining different sound tracts onto one comp…
The faithfulness or unfaithfulness of a sound to its source.
Sound that originates from a source within a film's world.
outtakes
Material that is not used in either the rough cut or the fina…
mixing
The process of combining different sound tracts onto one comp…
19 terms
FILM & CULTURE Ch. 8
editing
flashback
flash forward
ellipsis
The process in which the editor combines and coordinates indi…
A device for presenting or reawakening the memory of the came…
A device for presenting the anticipation of the camera, or ch…
In filmmaking, generally an omission of time - the time that…
editing
The process in which the editor combines and coordinates indi…
flashback
A device for presenting or reawakening the memory of the came…
40 terms
Culture/Gender/Film Midterm
ethnography
anthropology
society
cultures
the firsthand, personal study of local settings (living with…
study of the human species and its immediate ancestors throug…
organized life in groups
traditions and customs, transmitted through learning that for…
ethnography
the firsthand, personal study of local settings (living with…
anthropology
study of the human species and its immediate ancestors throug…
18 terms
Culture Gender and Film
ethnographic film
Founding Fathers of Documentary Film
Flaherty
Dziga Vertov
Aufderheide defines as documentaries about social issues and…
Flaherty, Dziga Vertov
Nanook of The North
man w a movie camera
ethnographic film
Aufderheide defines as documentaries about social issues and…
Founding Fathers of Documentary Film
Flaherty, Dziga Vertov
23 terms
Film and Culture Quiz 2
Omniscient Narrator
Antagonist
Cinematic Time
Moving Frame
A narrator who is able to know, see, and tell all, including…
A character or force in conflict with the main character
The imaginary time in which a movie's images appear or its na…
The result of the dynamic functions of the frame around a mot…
Omniscient Narrator
A narrator who is able to know, see, and tell all, including…
Antagonist
A character or force in conflict with the main character
32 terms
Culture and Film, Test 2
Motion Picture Patents Co
Movie Theaters
Film Exchanges
The New Moguls
Edison and Eastman tried but failed to control the growing mo…
The important thing about movies wasn't equipment or film, it…
Edison wanted to sell equipment and films but theater owners…
]L-R, Lasky, Zukor, Goldfish, DeMille, Kaufman ... Thus, the men…
Motion Picture Patents Co
Edison and Eastman tried but failed to control the growing mo…
Movie Theaters
The important thing about movies wasn't equipment or film, it…
ch. 4 film & culture
narration
narrator
first-person narrator
voice-over narration
the act of telling the story of the film. The primary source…
who or what tells the story of a film.
narration by an actual character in the movie.
narration heard concurrently and over a scene but not synchro…
narration
the act of telling the story of the film. The primary source…
narrator
who or what tells the story of a film.
13 terms
FILM & CULTURE Ch. 11
analog
digital
shooting
processing
Film is an analog medium in which the camera creates an image…
An electronic process that creates its images through a numbe…
The first stage of creating motion pictures, in which images…
The second stage of creating motion pictures in which a labor…
analog
Film is an analog medium in which the camera creates an image…
digital
An electronic process that creates its images through a numbe…
20 terms
Film and Culture Quiz 1
Cinematic language
Low angle shot
Cutting on action definition
Protagonist
The accepted systems methods, or conventions by which the mov…
Also known as low shot that is made with the camera below the…
Single action shots from different angles.
Main character whose goals align with that of the audience
Cinematic language
The accepted systems methods, or conventions by which the mov…
Low angle shot
Also known as low shot that is made with the camera below the…
25 terms
Film and Culture Vocab II
Identification
Natural Lighting
Set Lighting
Directional Lighting
Often key to a film's success, the complex process by which t…
Light derived from a natural source in a scene or setting, su…
the distribution of an evenly diffused illumination though a…
Lighting that may appear to emanate from a natrual source and…
Identification
Often key to a film's success, the complex process by which t…
Natural Lighting
Light derived from a natural source in a scene or setting, su…
Ch. 6 film & culture
cinematography
take
gaffer
best boy
the process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
an indication of the number of times a particular shot is taken
the chief electrician on a movie production set
first assistant electrician to the gaffer on a movie producti…
cinematography
the process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
take
an indication of the number of times a particular shot is taken
45 terms
Film Culture Midterm
André Bazin
Variety Cinema
cinema of attractions
avant-garde
André Bazin (French: [bazɛ̃]; 18 April 1918 - 11 November 195…
Vaudeville (/ˈvɔːdᵊvɪl/; French: [vodvil]) is a theatrical ge…
"the cinema of attractions solicits a highly conscious awaren…
The avant-garde (from French, "advance guard" or "vanguard",…
André Bazin
André Bazin (French: [bazɛ̃]; 18 April 1918 - 11 November 195…
Variety Cinema
Vaudeville (/ˈvɔːdᵊvɪl/; French: [vodvil]) is a theatrical ge…
11 terms
FILM & CULTURE Ch. 10
photography
camera obscura
zoopraxiscope
revolver photographique
Literally, "wiring with light"; technically, the recording of…
Literally, "dark chamber." A box (or a room in which a viewer…
An early device for exhibiting moving pictures - a revolving…
A cylinder-shaped camera that creates exposures automatically…
photography
Literally, "wiring with light"; technically, the recording of…
camera obscura
Literally, "dark chamber." A box (or a room in which a viewer…
25 terms
Israeli Culture Through Film: Films
Ajami
Alex is Lovesick
Labour
Arab Labour
film revolving around the Arabs and Jews of Jaffa. Omar and M…
Alex 13 year old boy who is about to have a Bar Mitzvah. Shar…
Celebrates the pioneering labors of early Jewish settlers in…
Amjad has problems with cultural Identity; Wonders why the po…
Ajami
film revolving around the Arabs and Jews of Jaffa. Omar and M…
Alex is Lovesick
Alex 13 year old boy who is about to have a Bar Mitzvah. Shar…
50 terms
Film and Culture Quiz 2
narration
narrator
first-person narrator
voice-over narration
the act of telling the story
who or what tells the story
character in the narrative who typically imparts information…
when we hear a character's voice over the picture without act…
narration
the act of telling the story
narrator
who or what tells the story
16 terms
Film & Culture Chapter 1
cinematic language
cutting on action
dolly in
duration
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which the mo…
A continuity editing technique that smoothes the transition b…
Slow movement of the camera toward a subject, making the subj…
The time a movie takes to unfold onscreen. For any movie, we…
cinematic language
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which the mo…
cutting on action
A continuity editing technique that smoothes the transition b…
14 terms
CULTURE- FILM INDUSTRION
cameraman
cast
cinematographer/director of photography
editor
operator kamery
obsada
autor zdjęć do filmu
montażysta/ka
cameraman
operator kamery
cast
obsada
12 terms
Gender Culture Film Final
Joshua Oppenheimer states...
Godmillow
Colonialism and development in the pos…
What is the current interventionist id…
war crimes are often defined by the winner
warns after the Act of Killing, what is moral about producing…
interventionist ideologies
neoliberalism
Joshua Oppenheimer states...
war crimes are often defined by the winner
Godmillow
warns after the Act of Killing, what is moral about producing…
15 terms
Film and Culture Quiz 2
A movie is a coordinated synthesis of…
A movie is verisimilar if it
Antirealism uses our perceptions of __…
Cinematic language combines various el…
a film's form.
has the appearance of truth.
reality
shots
A movie is a coordinated synthesis of…
a film's form.
A movie is verisimilar if it
has the appearance of truth.
15 terms
Film and Culture Quiz 6
A _________ film stock is extremely se…
A lens with a short focal length (also…
A low-angle shot is often used to
A process shot is made of action in fr…
Fast (pg. 216)
Dr. Strangelove (pg. 229-230)
make the subject seem powerful. (pg. 245-246)
Death to the Tinman... https://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.11/?p…
A _________ film stock is extremely se…
Fast (pg. 216)
A lens with a short focal length (also…
Dr. Strangelove (pg. 229-230)
12 terms
studying film: culture and experience
film studies
film culture
active viewers
experiential circumstances
reflecting critically on movies and the place of film in cult…
social and historical environment that shapes our expectation…
audience engaging with a film in energetic and dynamic ways…
material conditions that define our identity at a certain tim…
film studies
reflecting critically on movies and the place of film in cult…
film culture
social and historical environment that shapes our expectation…
45 terms
Film and Culture 1 to 3
Cinematic language
Editing
Close-up
Shot
The accepted systems methods or customs by which movies commu…
The process by which an editor combines individual shots to c…
A shot that often shows a part of the body filling the frame
One interrupted run of the camera
Cinematic language
The accepted systems methods or customs by which movies commu…
Editing
The process by which an editor combines individual shots to c…
Film - POPULAR CULTURE
Hervorragend
Aktionsreich
atemberaubend
ausdruckslos
Magnificent
Action-packed
Breath-taking
Inexpressive
Hervorragend
Magnificent
Aktionsreich
Action-packed
26 terms
Film & Culture Chapter 3
digital animation/CGI
direct cinema
factual film
generic transformation
Animation that employs computer software to create the images…
An approach to documentary filmmaking that employs an unobtru…
A documentary film that, usually, presents people, places, or…
The process by which a particular genre is adapted to meet th…
digital animation/CGI
Animation that employs computer software to create the images…
direct cinema
An approach to documentary filmmaking that employs an unobtru…
16 terms
Film & Culture Chapter 1
cinematic language
cutting on action
dolly in
duration
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which the mo…
A continuity editing technique that smoothes the transition b…
Slow movement of the camera toward a subject, making the subj…
The time a movie takes to unfold onscreen. For any movie, we…
cinematic language
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which the mo…
cutting on action
A continuity editing technique that smoothes the transition b…
18 terms
Film Culture chapter 16
The new wave ... _______s - silent films,…
In "______" published in Cahiers du Ci…
_______ - a director's body of work re…
American critic Andrew Sarris views Tr…
1940s - 1950
"A Certain Tendency of the French Cinema" ... "Tradition of Qual…
Auteur Theory
weapon
The new wave ... _______s - silent films,…
1940s - 1950
In "______" published in Cahiers du Ci…
"A Certain Tendency of the French Cinema" ... "Tradition of Qual…
10 terms
Film & Culture Chapter 9
Sound track
Boom
Automatic dialogue replacement (ADR)
Fidelity
A separate recording tape occupied by one specific type of so…
A polelike mechanical device for holding the microphone in th…
Rerecording done via computer—a faster, less expensive, and m…
The faithfulness or unfaithfulness of a sound to its source.
Sound track
A separate recording tape occupied by one specific type of so…
Boom
A polelike mechanical device for holding the microphone in th…
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