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Quizzes - COM-2410-950 - Film Communication - Steve Lipkin - 15322 - Elearning - Western Michiga

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Question 1 (1 point)
Battleship Potemkin, as a documentary offering arguments about the failed Bolshevik revolution of 1905, is best described as having the kind of form called: rhetorical categorical categorical narrative Save

Question 2 (1 point)
Moments in The Odessa Steps Sequence in Battleship Potemkin such as when a woman reacts initially to the attacking Cossacks, or when the baby carriage hovers on the edge of the top step before rolling down, out of control, illustrate how discontinuity editing Violates the continuity of time by repeating it Violates the continuity of space of fragmenting it Calls our attention to action by repeating it All of the above none of these Save

Question 3 (1 point)
The editing in the moment that Lila approaches the front door of the Bates mansion functions to

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Coordinate camera movement and character point of view Use glance editing Place us inside Lilas mind to sense the anxiety she feels all of the above none of these Save

Question 4 (1 point)
Screen direction as an invisible editing technique refers to how the direction of character movement and glances will appear to remain continuous in an edited scene the direction in which a mobile camera is moving the cinematic counterpart of stage direction in a script the primary work of the director in the production phase Save

Question 5 (1 point)
Continuity editing

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preserves the apparent natural flow of space and time in an edited sequence usually functions to serve the clarity of a narrative keeps graphic, temporal, and spatial relations logically linked to cause and effect, and clear chronology all of the above none of these Save

Question 6 (1 point)
The moment that Lila touches Mrs. Bates and she begins to turn demonstrates Interrelating hard lighting and editing Interrelating movement and editing Interrelating camera angle and distance and editing all of the above none of these Save

Question 7 (1 point)
The editing in the moment when Marian is shown the envelope full of cash in the real estate office where she works uses a continuity shooting and editing strategy

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called the action axis that parallels on and off screen space that repeats time and action that creates jump cuts Save

Question 8 (1 point)
Eyeline editing (sometimes called glance editing) such as we see in Psycho depends most importantly on graphic discontinuities spatial relations dissolves jump cuts Save

Question 9 (1 point)
The large number of shots in the shower scene in Psycho demonstrates primarily the importance of ________ in the impact of the scenes editing. Graphic relations Temporal relations Rhythmic relations Spatial relations

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Question 10 (1 point)
Discontinuity editing violates intentionally the natural flow of space and time undermines the techniques of invisible editing usually serves to make arguments or underscore important ideas all of the above none of these Save

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