Responding to Film is a dynamic tool for students who seek as complete an understanding of film as is humanly possible. By focusing on film, the author looks at how it offers students an understanding of themselves, of their culture, and of art. This guide also seeks to familiarize the students with the practical methodology for studying film: how to understand film genres, techniques, and language. The book is supplemented by comprehensive lists of films for study, web sites, and model films. It also includes a model course for instructors. Teachers will find this marvelous guide valuable in a variety of courses, including film literature, film aesthetics, and film as an adaptation of literature. A Burnham Publishers bookA Text Guide for Students of Cinema Art Constantine Santas. else. ... The whistling wings and the screeching of birds as they attack become the axes and nodes of this film and, needless to say, the basis for its thematic ... Many musicians in the old days were at the service of studios; others independently contracted toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Responding to Film|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2001|