Objects & Places from Cinema 1: The Movement-Image

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Cinematographic illusion

This is the term Bergson uses to describe his idea that movement occurs in the interval between spaces and is not separate from space

Phenomenology

This is the term used to describe the philosophical study of how things appear.

Marey and Muybridge's Galloping Horse

This is the term that describes a phenomenon when one, three, two and one hooves of a galloping horse seem to hit the ground.

Privileged Instants

This is the term used for the regular, singular, ordinary or remarkable organized set of any-instant-whatevers that survive cutting per Eisenstein.

Duration

This is a term used to describe consciousness which is open upon the world

Set in Contrast

This is a term used to describe a closed set, for example the glass of water with its parts of sugar, the spoon, and the abstract process of sugar melting.

Time-Images

This is a term used to...

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