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Media Off-screen

How to list film titles in your academic writing: How to list film titles in your academic writing: 1. The first time you mention a title, list the title, year of release, and name of director: How to list film titles in your

academic writing: 1. The first time you mention a title, list the title, year of release, and name of director: Citizen Kane (1968) Dir. Orson Welles How to list film titles in your academic writing:

1. The first time you mention a title, list the title, year of release, and name of director: Citizen Kane (1968) Dir. Orson Welles Citizen Kane (1968) Directed by Orson Welles How to list film titles in your

academic writing: 1. The first time you mention a title, list the title, year of release, and name of director: Citizen Kane (1968) Dir. Orson Welles Citizen Kane (1968) Directed by Orson Welles

2. After that, under or italic the title: How to list film titles in your academic writing: 1. The first time you mention a title, list the title, year of release, and name of director:

Citizen Kane (1968) Dir. Orson Welles Citizen Kane (1968) Directed by Orson Welles 2. After that, under or italic the title: Citizen Kane or Citizen Kane Citation formats to use for

academic writing: Citation formats to use for academic writing: 1. MLA (Modern Language Association) style:

Use footnotes or endnotes in your text Citation format: Kolker, Robert. Film, Form, and Culture. McGraw-Hill, 3rd ed., 2006, p. 1. No need to include bibliography Citation formats to use for academic writing: 2. Chicago (Author-Date) style: In text (Kolker 2006, 1)

Bibliography: Kolker, Robert. 2006. Film, Form, and Culture. New York: McGraw-Hill, Third edition. Citation formats to use for academic writing: 3. Please do not cite film scenes or dialogue (instead, use quotation marks to demarcate specific dialogue, and explain the contextwho said it and whenin your writing) or class lectures.

INTRODUCTION TO FILM Documentary Film Key Terms: Documentary any film that is not entirely fictional. A film that records actual events, often creating dramatic impact through editing, camera work, and sometimes-performative interventions (e.g. Michael Moores films). Realism In documentary terms, realism describes a type of filmmaking in which

fidelity to the nature of the subject itself is more important than the directors attitude towards it. It also refers to a series of conventions that facilitate our perception of an unmediated (unembellished, true-to-life) representation. Real time the amount of time it would take for an event to occur in actuality, when the events depicted in a film occur in a linear and concurrent fashion as opposed to cutting to other times earlier or later than the action depicted, i.e. long take and minimal editing. Location shooting shooting in a place outside the studio, e.g. city street, the desert, an actual house or apartment.

Direct sound sound recorded simultaneously with the image, at the moment of filming. Contrapuntal sound sound used in counterpoint, or in contrast to the visual images on the soundtrack. Voice over a voice track laid over the other track in a films sound mix to comment upon or counterpoints the images on the screen, it can be diegetic or non-diegetic Pitch the highness and lowness of sound Timbre the coloration or tonal quality of sound Zoom a gradual change in the size of an image and the relative distance between

its foreground and background planes caused by the adjustment of a lens with variable focal length. Hand held shot shot made through the use of the camera operators body as a camera support, either holding it by hand or a mobile mount (e.g. Steadicam). Cinma vrit (true cinema French translation of kino-pravda) a version of documentary developed by the French in the late 1950s and 1960s that attempted to capture everyday life without narration.

Direct cinema - emerged in the late 1950s and the 1960s in the United States. Its origin is partially attributed to the advent of lightweight cameras and transportable, synchronized sound recording devices. Associated with cinma vrit but more strictly observational, direct cinema relies on an agreement among the filmmaker, subjects, and audience to act as if the presence of the camera does not substantially alter the recorded event.

Documentary genres: Documentary genres: Compilation film Documentary genres: Compilation film Newsreel

Documentary genres: Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head Documentary genres:

Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head Direct cinema / Cinma vrit: precursor Vertovs Kino-Pravda (film-truth) Documentary genres:

Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head Direct cinema / Cinma vrit: precursor

Vertovs Kino-Pravda (film-truth) Nature documentary Documentary genres:

Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head Direct cinema / Cinma vrit: precursor Vertovs Kino-Pravda (film-truth) Nature documentary Ethnographic film Documentary genres:

Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head Direct cinema / Cinma vrit: precursor

Vertovs Kino-Pravda (film-truth) Nature documentary Ethnographic film Portrait Documentary genres:

Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head

Direct cinema / Cinma vrit: precursor Vertovs Kino-Pravda (film-truth) Nature documentary Ethnographic film Portrait Synthetic Documentary genres:

Compilation film Newsreel Interview / talking head Direct cinema / Cinma vrit: precursor Vertovs Kino-Pravda (film-truth) Nature documentary Ethnographic film Portrait Synthetic

Mockumentary or fake documentary Documentary Form Categorical form conveys information, uses classification as a structuring principle Rhetorical form makes an argument, addresses the viewer openly and tries to convince them of an opinion or choice Argument from source

Subject centered argument Viewer centered argument Modes of Documentary Modes of Documentary 1. Expository Modes of Documentary

1. Expository 2. Observational Modes of Documentary 1. Expository 2. Observational 3. Interactive Modes of Documentary

1. Expository 2. Observational 3. Interactive 4. Reflexive

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