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Week three - digital mediascape

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  • 1. The Digital Mediascape Week ThreeProduction: Pirates, Images and Music
  • 2. • Key concepts• Image making • Historical context • Application to Pirates• Film music and technology • Historical context • Application to Pirates
  • 3. A post-medium condition
  • 4. Capture
  • 5. Capture Post-production
  • 6. Capture Post-productionMastering
  • 7. Capture Post-productionMastering Projection
  • 8. Lev Manovich
  • 9. 1. Live action is displaced
  • 10. 1. Live action is displaced2. Loss of indexical relationship
  • 11. 1. Live action is displaced2. Loss of indexical relationship 3. A new painterly realism
  • 12. 1. Live action is displaced2. Loss of indexical relationship 3. A new painterly realism 4. Editing and SFX collapse
  • 13. digital film = live action material+ painting + image processing + compositing + 2-D computer animation + 3-D computer animation
  • 14. Culture Culture + Digital cinema +Creation Reception
  • 15. Does newtechnology lead to new films?
  • 16. The image
  • 17. The academy ratio
  • 18. Widescreens
  • 19. Jan Brueghel‘The Arrival of the Animals into Noah’s Ark’ (1613)
  • 20. Film music
  • 21. ‘Silent’ films and early music
  • 22. Erich Wolfgang Korngold Max Steiner (1897 - 1957) (1888 - 1971)
  • 23. The Adventures of Robin Hood (Michael Curtiz 1938)
  • 24. The Sea Hawk (Michael Curtiz 1940)
  • 25. Bernard Herrmann (1911 - 1975)
  • 26. Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock 1958)
  • 27. The Devil and Daniel Webster (William Dieterle 1941)
  • 28. The Day the Earth Stood Still (Robert Wise 1951)
  • 29. Bonnie and Clyde 2001: A Space Odyssey(Arthur Penn 1967) (Stanley Kubrick 1968)
  • 30. Bonnie and Clyde 2001: A Space Odyssey(Arthur Penn 1967) (Stanley Kubrick 1968)
  • 31. John Williams(Irvin Kershner 1980)
  • 32. John Williams(Irvin Kershner 1980)
  • 33. Hans Zimmer
  • 34. Klaus Badelt
  • 35. Klaus Badelt
  • 36. Gladiator (Zimmer) and Pirates (Badelt)
  • 37. Gladiator (Zimmer) and Pirates (Badelt)
  • 38. JamesHorner
  • 39. JamesHorner
  • 40. ADDITIONAL MUSIC Klaus Badelt Lorne Balfe Tom Gire Nick Glennie-SmithHenry Jackman Trevor Morris John Sponsler Geoff Zanelli Bruce Fowler
  • 41. Does newtechnology lead to new films?

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