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How to read a film
At the beginning of the unit the class will break up into new groups. There are three people per group. Before they leave their previous groups they will evaluate how well their previous group workedExpand
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How to read a film : the world of movies, media, and multimedia : language, history, theory
INTRODUCTION PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION PART 1: FILM AS AN ART THE NATURE OF ART WAYS OF LOOKING AT ART FILM, RECORDING, AND THE OTHER ARTS THE STRUCTURE OF ART PART 2: TECHNOLOGY: IMAGE AND SOUNDExpand
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How to read a film : movies, media, and beyond : art, technology, language, history, theory
INTRODUCTION 1. FILM AS ART: The nature of Art, Ways of Looking at Art, Film, Recording, and the Other Arts, The Structure of Art 2. TECHNOLOGY: IMAGE AND SOUND: Art and Technology, The Lens, TheExpand
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The New Wave: Truffaut, Godard, Chabrol, Rohmer, Rivette
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How to read a film : the art, technology, language, history, and theory of film and media
Sets movies in the contexts of their aesthetic and technological antecedents and reviews all important factors of and issues pertaining to contemporary film and television production and theory.
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Measuring Transnationalism: Comparing TV Formats using Digital Tools
This article elucidates a typology for cross-culturally comparing different versions of television formats. Digital tools are used to derive quantitative data based on temporal parameters of episodeExpand
Virgin film guide
Drawn from "Baseline's" updating database, this film guide lists the people behind - and in - the contemporary movie industry. Looking at 3500 films, this guide looks at commercial blockbusters suchExpand
Communication Research and General Media
William B. Fairley and Frederick Mosteller, eds. Statistics and Public Policy (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1977— price not given) Julian L. Simon's Basic. Research Methods in Social Sciences: TheExpand
The Relationship Between Leadership Style and Communication Satisfaction of Selected Principals in High Schools with an Enrollment of 125 to 265 Students
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the leadership style of high school principals and their faculties' level of communication satisfaction. The study was alsoExpand
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