Cinematography, Sound, and Editing
MUST BE ORIGINAL WORK , ZERO PLAGIARISM
Choose a movie that you have viewed in the past and can re-watch to complete the below worksheet. Please refer to our course readings.
Part I, II, and III: Examining Cinematography, Sound, and Edting at least 50 words in each cell (not including required quotes). Choose two quotes from the eBook ONLY (not YouTube nor the Internet) that defines a film technique not a review of your film. For example find a quote for point of view, editing, continuity, cinematography, diegetic and non diegetic sound, sound track, score, mise en scene, setting, camra angle types such as wide or reaction. Surround with quote marks verbatim and list source. Then connect definition to your analysis of the film. What scene can the technique be observed? What scene is diegetic sound observed or the score is heard? Do not choose quotes that analyze your film. It is your job to do that.
PART 2 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ***Reminder: Participation is based on substantive posts that must include your choice of quotes from the learning activity, text, inclusion of a relevant YouTube clip, or link to a relevant film analysis Website not listed in our course. Each post must be a minimum of 150 words not including quotes or links. While such citations are required, a formal reference is not. See Instructor’s Policies for complete details.***
1.How does a film’s editing contribute to its success or failure? Be sure to draw from our textbook, the accompanying film Website, or other reputable sources when you site. and place such a citation inside your response. Have you ever seen an editor’s cut of a film? Why do you think the editor’s cut was not in the original version? Do you think the movie would have been better if it was?
3. Explain the meaning of cinematography and what are the elements of cinematography?
4. Discuss the history of Widescreen, 3-D, and New Color Processes.
5. Discuss the digital era, include Animation and Visual Effects.
6. Explain the History of Film Editing as it relates to the Continuity Editing in the Hollywood Studio Era
7. Editing in the digital era
8.DISCUSS THE HISTORY OF FILM SOUND
THIS IS THE BOOK WE ARE USING IN CLASS:
Corrigan, T. & White, P. (2015). The film experience (4th Ed). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s.