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Film art : an introduction / David Bordwell, Kristin Thompson

By: Bordwell, David
Contributor(s): Thompson, Kristin, 1950-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston : McGraw Hill, c2008Edition: 8th edDescription: xxiii, 505 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 9780073535067; 0073535060; 0073310271; 9780073310275; 0071101594; 9780071101592; 9780071286442; 0071286446Subject(s): Motion pictures -- AestheticsDDC classification: 791.4301 LOC classification: PN1995 | .B617 2008
Contents:
Film as art : Creativity, technology and business -- The significance of film form -- Narrative as a formal system -- The Shot: Mise-en-scene -- The Shot: Cinematography -- The relation of shot to shot editing -- Sound in the cinema -- Summary: Style as a formal system -- Film genres -- Documentary, experimental and animated films -- Film criticism: Sample analyses -- Film art and film history
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 472-474) and index

Film as art : Creativity, technology and business -- The significance of film form -- Narrative as a formal system -- The Shot: Mise-en-scene -- The Shot: Cinematography -- The relation of shot to shot editing -- Sound in the cinema -- Summary: Style as a formal system -- Film genres -- Documentary, experimental and animated films -- Film criticism: Sample analyses -- Film art and film history

System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: IBM-PC or compatible; Window 98 or higher

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