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Week 4 Sept. 20th - 26th

Week 4 Sept. 20th - 26th

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September Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Week 4 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
NFLM 2400
Intro toCinemaStudies
 
 
Frame Design
Basic Elements & Movement
 
Mise En Scene:
CU - MS
 –
LSOpen/Closed
 
 
Movement within Frame
Horizontal - Vertical
 
Camera Movement
Tilt
 –
Pan
 –
Moving Camera
 
 
Manipulation of Frame
Slow Motion
 –
Freeze Frame etc.
 Screening
: In the Mood for Love(Wong Kar-Wai, 2000) 
6:00
 –
10:00 p.m.66 W 12th St. 407
 
Read:
 
Film Art
: Chapter 6 (4)The Shot: Mise-en-Scene (112-161)49
Recommended:
 
Film, form, and Culture
:(DVD) Mise-en-Scene - Camera
 Films:
 
Rear Window, Badlands
Week 4 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
NFLM 3500
Developing Ideasfor Film
 
Images - Frame Design and its BasicElements
 
Mise en scene
Close Up
 –
Medium Shot
 –
Long Shot
 
Principles of Dominant Contrast
the Frame
 –
Open and Closed
 
FILM SYNOPSIS DUE
6:00
 –
7:50 p.m.66 W 12th St. 407
 
Assignment:
 
FILM SYNOPSIS DUERead:
 
Understanding Movies:
 Chapter 2: Mise En Scene (44-91)
 
47
Recommended:
 
Film, form, and Culture:(
DVD) Mise-en-Scene
 Films:
 
The Conformist, Beauty and the Beast(Cocteau) , Vagabond
Week 4 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
NFLM 3715
DocumentaryProductionWorkshop
CLASS THREE:
 
Screen activity footage.
 
Lighting and sound tech.
 
The importance of good dialogue levels
 
6:00
 –
8:40 pm,55 W 13th 425
Assignment:
 
DOC JOURNAL
Write a one- to two-page introduction toyour film by documenting your experienceswith your subjects. Include specifics on yourlocations, characters and activities, anddescribe the most interesting situations or
details you’ve observed thus far.
 Read:
 
Films:
 
Week 4 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
NSRW2800
Script Analysis
 
Character
: John Gardner, the great writerand teacher of writers, said that a great
character is a “full and complex person.”
 
ARC or GROWTH CURVE.
 
Actions tell us about Character.
8:00 to 9:50 pm65 W 11th 258
Analyze:
 
“SEVEN”
 
Watch and outline:
 
“Romancing the Stone”
(epic- action- theme- character)
 Read:
 
Question:
 
Total Pages: __/7= __ pg/day __/
 
   C   U   E   C   O   L   U   M   N
NOTES COLUMNSUMMARIES
NFLM2400: Introduction to Cinema Studies
Week#__ | Monday | __/__/10
 
NFLM2400: Introduction to Cinema Studies
Week#__ | Monday | __/__/10

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