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    • The idea
      • All film begins to be an idea.
      • The ideas are born by the author.
      • The film idea and the theme is the same.
    • The plot
      • It is the idea’s development.
      • The person who writes it is called writer.
      • The plot is the same as action.
      • We usually can distinguish three parts:
          • The action’s approach.
          • The knot or development.
          • The ending.
      • A work with a resolved end is called <closed work>.
      • A work without a resolved end is called <opened work>.
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    • The rhythm
      • It is the dynamic impression given by the length of the shots, the dramatic intensity and the effects.
      • Long shots create a slow rhythm.
      • Short shots create a quick rhythm.
    • Kinds
      • Analytical: short sots and very numerous.
      • Synthetics: long shots and few in number.
      • “ In crescendo”: shots increasingly shorter and increasingly longer.
    • The time
      • The time film is different to real time.
      • Forms of time film:
          • Suitability.
          • Condensation.
          • Relaxation.
          • Continuity.
          • Concurrency.
          • Flash back.
          • Psychological time.
          • Ellipsis.
          • Resources to represent the past.
          • Resources to represent the passage of time.
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    • The camera
      • It is a machine with we obtain a series of photographs on film.
      • The camera has two reels:
          • The reel feeder.
          • The reel recorded.
      • There is a lens which is called zoom.
      • The most important thing is the objective, a lens trough the light enters in the camera.
    • The angles
      • It is called at the way that the camera is placed.
      • The camera can catch the figures:
          • In a normal way.
          • Sharply.
          • <contrapicat>.
          • Sight of worm.
          • Sight of bird.
    • The movement
      • The author writes with the film camera.
      • It moves in all directions of the stage or space.
      • Subjective used when the camera becomes a character in the action film and we can see what it sees.
      • The camera rests on a tripod and it can do:
          • Balancing.
          • Pitch or tilt.
          • Rotation or look around.
          • Travelling.
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    • Classes
      • The shot is obtained by photographing from a certain distance one or more figures.
      • Classes of shots:
          • The very first close-up, insert or detail.
          • The first level.
          • The median.
          • The short general shot.
          • The long general shot.
          • The great general map.
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    • The colours
      • It is not an essential element of the images.
      • It does not say anything.
      • It speaks for itself.
      • On some occasions they are used symbolically, but these symbols are not universal.
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    • Light and kinds
      • The light in film serves to express things clearly and to create the right climate.
      • It gives life to objects.
      • Kinds of light:
          • Natural.
          • Artificial.
          • Diffuse.
          • Direct.
    • Effects
      • Light comes from above.
      • Light comes from below.
      • Light comes from front.
      • Light comes from side.
      • Rear lighting.
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    • The sound
      • The sound element in film is composed by: Words, Sounds and Music.
      • OFF voice is the voice of a character we hear and it’s outside the shot by telling the story.
      • They are taken from the microphone.
      • Silence is also an expressive sound.
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    • How to make it
      • It is a tape that was made of celluloid and now is made of a material seems that one but this doesn’t ignite.
      • The organized phrases or shots as a whole make a film.
      • The procedure through which is organized the parts of a film or narrative units is called assembly.
      • The meaning of the film depends on the assembly.
    • Kinds of transition
      • Cast (in black or white): the scene goes dark or lights quickly.
      • Chained: slowly the image disappears.
      • Wipe: looks like a moving image that comes to the other.
      • Scanning: the camera moves quickly.
      • Court: two different images are connected.
    • The develop
      • The film to print is called blank film; it’s ready to receive the images.
      • First we obtain the negative film where the whites of the image appear blacks and the blacks, whites.
      • Then it is passed to a positive film and when it’s developed gives a positive image like we see reality.
    • The soundtrack
      • It can be obtained:
        • Optically: photographing sound on celluloid.
        • Magnetically: a refined magnetic phonetic tape that it is stuck in film.
    • The projector
      • It is a machine which shows the film.
      • It has got two reels:
        • A feed one which provides the film to the projector.
        • A receiver one which gathers the film once projected.
      • It also has a mechanism that transforms photographed sound in real noises.
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    • Traditional tricks
      • Appearances and quick disappearances of characters.
      • Appearances and quick disappearances transparent characters.
      • Invisible persons.
      • Transparency.
      • Models.
      • Rain and storms.
      • Explosions and bullet holes.
      • Landslides.
      • Slow & Quick motion.
      • Photographic tricks.