Cinema 1: The Movement-Image Topics for Discussion

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Identify, list and describe the elements that differentiate Bergson's three theses.

Identify, explain and discuss at least five characteristics of the frame as it relates to the parts or elements that form parts or subsets within it. What types of frames can there be and what are their various impacts on the cinematic audience?

Identify, list and describe at least one example from each of the four schools that show how they differ with respect to handling of montage and its types.

Identify, list and describe three varieties of the movement-image in the author's second commentary on Bergson.

Identify and describe Vertov's concept of the gaseous perception.

Compare and contrast differing treatment of the close-up as described by Griffith and Eisenstein.

Describe and discuss the concept of "any-space-whatever" and how it may be constructed as presented by Bresson.

Identify, list and describe the four...

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