UA TCF 112 - Golden Age of German Cinema (5 pages)

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Lecture 4 Notes: Includes an outline of the lecture; notes from the lecture; key terms; selected examples from the professors lecture.


Lecture number:
4
Pages:
5
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Tcf 112 - Motion Pict Hy Criticism
Edition:
1

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TCF 112 1st Edition Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture I Editing and Early Soviet Cinema a Historical Overview b Editing i Continuity editing ii Jump cuts iii Computer aided editing c Overview of Soviet Cinema d Lev Kuleshov i Kuleshov Experiment ii Lessons of Kuleshov Experiment e Sergei Eisenstein i Eisenstein Film Clips ii Eisenstein Aesthetic f Dziga Vertov Outline of Current Lecture I Golden Age of German Cinema 1919 1933 a Historical Context of Ufa b Ufa s Major Contributions i Epics ii Expressionistic Films 1 Social and Cultural Atmosphere 2 Impressionism a Expressionism vs Impressionism b Mise en scene iii Realistic Street Films 1 The Last Laugh 2 Cinematic Contributions of M a Sound Transitions in M 3 Cinematic Significance of Langs Metropolis 1927 c German Golden Age Characteristics i Formal Style ii Thematic meaning d Overarching Themes e Putting it all Together These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute f End of German Golden Age g Lasting Impact on HW Current Lecture Golden Age of German Cinema 1919 1933 Historical Context of Ufa Glass studio Unparalleled magnet for film talent in the 1920 s This golden age lasted from about 1917 to 1933 Ufa competed with HW for international supremacy Ufa s Major Productions 1 Epics Historical and Mythological Ex Madame Dubarry Ex Siegfried 2 Expressionistic Films influences a Social Cultural Atmosphere Expressionism dominate artistic mode in the 20 s Government bans military censorship explosion of artistic expression b Impressionism Began in the 1860 s in Paris Ex Water Lilies by Claude Monet Creative impulse the artist capturing external world and interpreting these sensations on the canvas c Impressionism vs Expressionism Expressionism Expressionism began around the 1890 s Artists expression of turbulent inner feelings captures subjective emotions and depicts them dramatically Provides means for representing



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