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Cinema presents

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Transcript of Cinema presents

Cinema
Presents
No 19324
GROUP IV
What is Cinema?
HOLLYWOOD
OR BOLLYWOOD?
PRODUCTION
SCENE 1
TAKE 3
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DIRECTOR
The Combined Arts
still missing!
The Types or Medium of
The Production of Cinema
SCRIPT OR NARRATIVE
STORY & PLOT

Separated elements:
Popularity
&
Integrative character
These
are the reasons why it is important to study cinema.
What is The Importance of Cinema?
What are the types of Cinema?
The production of Cinema?
The elements of Cinema?
Cinema
comes from the greek word,

kinema
which means movement.
Cinema properly deals with recorded movement, and movement necessarily takes place in time.
Cinema properly deals with recorded movement, and movement necessarily takes place in time.
Cinema is one of the youngest art forms with only about a century of history.
for these reasons, cinema can be classified as a
Time
Art
Cinema
Cinema refers to the art form, and hence includes all the art works that deal with beautiful moving-pictures.
Under this general category are two sub-categories classified according to the type of recording and projecting medium used:
F I L M
&
Vi eo
uses celluloid strips divided into several frames to record images.
uses either tape or digital recording devices such as DVD, VCD, Mini DV.
"Cinema"
"Film"
the art form as a whole.
artworks regardless of medium.
will be used to refer to:
also refers to both the so-called
"mainstream" and "Independent"
scenes.
Screenwriter
The process starts with the creation of a script by a
also called scriptwriter, is a writer who practices the art and craft of writing scripts for mass media such as feature films, television productions or video games.
Turned Over
Director
who breathes life to the contents of the written page by translating it to visual reality.
is the person responsible for the overall look of a filmed event that designs and supervises the building of physical structures and costumes. Production designers have a key creative role in the creation of motion pictures and television. Working directly with the director and producer, they must select the settings and style to visually tell the story.
Production Designer or P.D
Then there are...
All of these things are part of the
when all the things needed for shooting are prepared.
Cinematographer
Begin the Roll..
this commonly called shooting, filming or production stage.
Sound Designer
Editor
The Post-production
who supervises a team that dubs sounds:
voices, &
effects,
music
to the footage.
stage wraps up the whole production process, and soon after, the movie is released to be watched
Actors
that give vitality to the characters.
pre-production stage
The Elements of Cinema
SCRIPT OR NARRATIVE
ACTING
PRODUCTION DESIGN
STAGING OR DIRECTING
CINEMATOGRAPHY
EDITING
SOUND DESIGN
CHARACTERS
SETTING
DIALOGUE
PLOT
are the agents of an act that constitutes an event.
a. Protagonists - are the main character in movies.
b. Antagonist - are characters that oppose the protagonist.
is composed of the words that a characters utters.
is the spatial and temporal locus of the events in the plot.
is the arrangements or the sequence of events and the things that are shown on the screen.
A story is a series of events recorded in their chronological order.
A plot is a series of events deliberately arranged so as to reveal their
dramatic and emotional significance.

Example:
The king died and then the queen died.
The king died and then the queen died of grief.
Plot Structure
three major parts
Beginning
Middle
End
Freytag's Pyramid
Introduce the major characters especially the protagonist and establish his superwant* and the conflict.
Contain the series of the events that the protagonist goes through to fulfill his goal.
Begin with the climax when the protagonist and antagonist meet in a final confrontation and continue in the denouement which shows the aftereffects of the climax and finally complete the movie in resolution.
* Superwant is a term used to describe the principle that drives the protagonist to do what he does.
The exposition is the portion of a story that introduces important background information to the audience; for example, information about the setting, events occurring before the main plot, characters' back stories, etc.
protasis
epitasis
catastrophe
In the rising action, a series of related incidents builds toward the point of greatest interest. The rising action of a story is the series of events that begin immediately after the exposition (introduction) of the story and builds up to the climax.
The climax is the turning point, which changes the protagonist’s fate.
During the falling action, the conflict between the protagonist and the antagonist unravels, with the protagonist winning or losing against the antagonist.
comprises events from the end of the falling action to the actual ending scene of the drama or narrative. Conflicts are resolved,
Plot can be resolved in three positive ways:
1. Reward the desire
2. Frustrate the desire
3. Leave the resolution open
Production Design

Transform the settings into cinematic reality, the common task of production design is to create as naturalistic a cinematic world as possible but there are also movies that are made to look artificial.

It contribute in making the movie understandable and beautiful this is achieved through the following elements:


Set design

Deals with the look and construction of the physical structure in a movie.

Sets are usually built on studio lots in order for the film makers to have control over the shooting.

The primary function of a set is to provide the audience with some context for the play, but it can also be a chance to create something stunning to draw in the audience.


Decoration


Props

Costumes
Are the things that character uses.

Day-to-day existence places people in the situation where they utilize objects that aid them in their tasks.


Are the clothes worn by actors to portray a character.

“You are what you wear”

What characters wear and how they wear them gives loads of information regarding characters traits.


Are the things that are not touched by the characters, it make the set of a movie visually appealing
It is like make up on the face of the set.

ACTING

Is the element that allows the spectator to understand the characters in a movie.
It is what bring to life the characters sketched out in the script.

CINEMATOGRAPHY
Cinematography literally means writing in movement, and generally refers to the manipulation of the film in the camera in the shooting phase.


The camera ,which has atheistic and narrative uses, are achieved through the following aspects:
1.) Photographic quality
2.) Framing
3.) Distance
4.) Movement
5.) Rate of recording

EDITING
It is the process of putting a movie together. In this process, some footage taken in the production stage are included and others discarded.
SOUND DESIGN
It refers to the interrelationship of sound and silences in a movie.
Two kinds of sounds in cinema
1.) Diegetic sound- these are sounds that are present in the story world.
2.) Non-Diegetic sound-these are sounds that are not present in the story world

Acting, Staging and Cinematography in Akira Kurosawa’s Akahige (Red Beard)

ACTING
STAGING
CINEMATOGRAPHY
Separated elements:
Editing and Sound Design in Wong Kar Wai’s
In the Mood for Love

Makes the event in the plot a reality.
Is important because it is through this art that the spectator gains primary access to the meanings and effects a movie is making.

STAGING
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