The Digital Mediascape                            Week ThreeProduction: Pirates, Images and Music
• Key concepts• Image making • Historical context • Application to Pirates• Film music and  technology • Historical contex...
A post-medium condition
Capture
Capture   Post-production
Capture     Post-productionMastering
Capture     Post-productionMastering     Projection
Lev Manovich
1. Live action is displaced
1. Live action is displaced2. Loss of indexical relationship
1. Live action is displaced2. Loss of indexical relationship  3. A new painterly realism
1. Live action is displaced2. Loss of indexical relationship  3. A new painterly realism  4. Editing and SFX collapse
digital film = live action material+ painting + image processing +  compositing + 2-D computer   animation + 3-D computer  ...
Culture                      Culture   +       Digital cinema      +Creation                    Reception
Does newtechnology lead  to new films?
The image
The academy ratio
Widescreens
Jan Brueghel‘The Arrival of the Animals into Noah’s  Ark’ (1613)
Film music
‘Silent’ films and early music
Erich Wolfgang Korngold    Max Steiner      (1897 - 1957)       (1888 - 1971)
The Adventures of Robin Hood (Michael Curtiz 1938)
The Sea Hawk (Michael Curtiz 1940)
Bernard Herrmann  (1911 - 1975)
Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock 1958)
The Devil and Daniel Webster (William Dieterle 1941)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (Robert Wise 1951)
Bonnie and Clyde    2001: A Space Odyssey(Arthur Penn 1967)   (Stanley Kubrick 1968)
Bonnie and Clyde    2001: A Space Odyssey(Arthur Penn 1967)   (Stanley Kubrick 1968)
John Williams(Irvin Kershner      1980)
John Williams(Irvin Kershner      1980)
Hans Zimmer
Klaus Badelt
Klaus Badelt
Gladiator (Zimmer) and Pirates (Badelt)
Gladiator (Zimmer) and Pirates (Badelt)
JamesHorner
JamesHorner
ADDITIONAL MUSIC         Klaus Badelt   Lorne Balfe       Tom Gire    Nick Glennie-SmithHenry Jackman Trevor Morris     Jo...
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Week three - digital mediascape

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

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