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51 Cards in this Set

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The Gold Rush
Charlie Chaplin
The Great Train Robbery
Edwin Porter
Chung King Express
Wong Kar-Wai
The Godfather
Francis Ford Copalla
Fallen Angels
Wong Kar-Wai
Weekend
Jean Luc-Goddard
Raoul Coutard
GoodFellas
Martin Scorcese
Michael Balhause
The Nutty Professor
Jerry Lewis
Edith Head
Legally Blonde
Richard Luketic
Nas Feratu
FW Murneau
Gladiator
Riddley Scott
Touch of Evil
Orson Welles
Leaving the Factory
Lumiere
Tableaux
one shot scenes
Scene
Continuous unit of action in a single location
Sequence
unit of action in multiple locations
rule of 3rds
eyes naturally go to the center of the frame. the frame is divided into 9 segments
Frontal Theatrical Framing
unnatural used in comedies romance. flat horizontal lines
plot
series of events linked by causality
Composition-in-depth
attempt to errode the fact that you are watching a movie. angles used to show depth and attempt to portray 3D
pan
horizontal camera movement
tilt
vertical camera movement
crosscutting/intercutting
creates simultinaety, suspense. the idea of "meanwhile"
shot scale
scale of a person realative to the frame size.
long shot
you can see the full body of the character
close-up shot
the face is visible
Director
selects shots for film and place
cinematographer
execute the shot
a change in shot scale
can be caused by either a tracking shot or a zoom
shot duration
long take/short take
establishing shot
everything in the scene
blocking
how you direct movement of actions in the shot
long lens
flattens space minimizes depth
short/wide angle lens
enhance depth
dutched frame
film at an angle
mis-en-scene
everything that fills up the shot
shot-reverse-shot
conversation shot. two points of view usually from the two people speaking
steady cam
camera affixed to a gyroscope to decrease movement when forced to carry a camera during a shot
subjective camer shot
1st person shot
tinting
imersing the positive print in dye
toning
imersing the negative pring in the dye
saturation
intensity of color
technicolor
3 cameras filled to bring out 3 different colors in the shot (red blue green) then these colors are used to bring out a vast array of color
registration
layering the technicolor film
hue
color-intensity
key light
make sure camer sees what it needs to see
backlight
illuminate everything behind the principle object
fill light
fills in the shot and fill out the form
high-key lighting
shadows are shallow and only in the darkest parts of the shot. contains lots of fill light
low-key lighting
high contrast. sharp transitions between light and dark. contains lots of key lighting
expressionism
mvmt in europe related to the arts to express the internal feelings of someone externally