Presentation on theme: "Literary Dimensions of Film Course Review. Literary/Film Terms Point of View Objective Subjective Conventions Allusions Genre Flashback Intertextuality."— Presentation transcript:
Literary/Film Terms Point of View Objective Subjective Conventions Allusions Genre Flashback Intertextuality Narration (Literature) Voice-Over (Film) First Person Narrator Third Person Narrator Limited Narrator Omniscient Narrator Metaphors Symbols
Drama Scene Act Exposition Complication Climax Denouement Multiple Plots Protagonist Antagonist Confidante Soliloquy Dialogue Blank Verse Rhyming Couplets
Plays-Henry V Author Henry V Fluellen Bardolph Pistol Dauphin Katherine Exeter Agincourt Harfleur Constable band of brothers Salic law Falstaff Richard II Chorus
PlaysJoan of Lorraine Author Joan The Inquisitor Mary Grey Masters The Dauphin The historical strand The theatrical strand The voices The issues The conclusion
Screenplay-Casablanca Authors Director Ric Ilsa Victor Laszlo Louis Renault Sam Major Strasser As Time Goes By Cafe Americain The Blue Parrot Paris Letters of Transit Lisbon Ugarte beautiful friendship
Fiction Authors Characters Plots Settings Periods Chronologies Frames The Stranger Rear Window Slaughterhouse Five A Rose for Emily Hills Like White Elephants
FictionThe Stranger Author Meursault Marie Maman Raymond Salamano The Arab The funeral The balcony The beach The murder The trial Existentialism the gentle indifference of the world
FictionRear Window Hal Jeffries Sam Lars Thorwald Delayed action synchronization Beethoven The trunk The note The phone calls The day man The steps to suspecting and solving the murder
FictionSlaughterhouse Five Billy Pilgrim Valencia Montana Wildhack Edgar Derby Paul Lazzarro Tralfamadore Kilgore Trout Dresden Firebombing Robert Pilgrim Frame Bernard V. OHare So it goes. Swimming pool Childrens Crusade Author
Fiction: Short Stories A Rose For Emily Author Emily Mr. Grierson Tobe The locked room Homer Barron The narrator The discovery Hills Like White Elephants The American The Girl The Conversation The Setting The drinks Please please please please please please please
Film Terms Frame Shot Scene Sequence Cut Jump cut Fade Dissolve Cross Cutting Montage Tracking Pan Crane Shot Close Up/Long Shot Establishing Shot
Films Directors Screenwriters Alexander Nevsky Henry V Joan the Maid: The Prisons Passion of Joan of Arc Casablanca A Rose for Emily Hills Like White Elephants Rear Window Slaughterhouse Five Composers Film Scores/Music
Film-Alexander Nevsky Director Composer Setting Plot Characterization Pskov Novgorad Battle on the Ice Alexander Vasili Gavrilo Olga Vasilisa Ignat Grand Master Ananias
FilmsAdaptations The relationship of play to screenplay The relationship of drama to film The relationship of fiction to film The relationship between text and cinema versions of Henry V, Joan of Arcs story, Rear Window, Slaughterhouse-Five, A Rose for Emily, and Hills Like White Elephants.
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