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Studies In Film

Final Terms and Directors

TermDefinition
Realism -Refers to the verisimilitude of a film to the believability of its characters and events -The camera's mechanical reproduction of reality, and often ends up challenging the rules of Hollywood movie making
Expressionism Its typical trait is to present the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas.
Story Refers to the event of the narrative in their presumed spatial, temporal, and causal relations
Plot -Refers to the totality of formal and stylistic materials in the film -Includes all the systems of time, space and causality actually manifested in the film
Psychological Causality -What creates narratives -Motivated by the psychology of the main character -Causal relations to what is happening in the plot
Auteur -A filmmaker whose individual style and complete control over all elements of production give a film its personal and unique stamp
Cahiers du Cinema -French film magazine André Bazin founded with Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Joseph Marie Lo Duca -The most influential film journal in history
"normal" lens -focal length roughly between 35-50mm. -most common choice for the photographer because it distorts the least and therefore most closely mimics the way the human eye perceives realty
wide-angle lens -a wide angle of view. -the distorting linear perception. -Any lens under 35 mm
telephoto lens - long lens Acts like e telescope - >60 mm to 12000
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