Session 5 Gaze in Film: Film Appreciation Class
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Session 5 Gaze in Film: Film Appreciation Class Session 5 Gaze in Film: Film Appreciation Class Presentation Transcript

  • The Gaze Humanities Division Ateneo de Davao University Bong S. Eliab
  • Look vs Gaze §  Look: a perceptual mode open to all §  Gaze: a mode of viewing reflecting a gendered code of desire.
  • What is a Gaze? §  Viewing recorded images: viewer’s gaze a voyeuristic dimension §  to gaze: more than to look at §  Carries a psychological relationship of power. §  The gazer is superior to the object of gaze.
  • Forms of Gaze: “who is doing the looking” §  Spectator’s Gaze §  Intra-diegetic Gaze §  Direct (or extra- diegetic) Gaze §  Look of the Camera
  • Other Forms of Gaze §  Gaze of the Bystander §  Averted Gaze §  Gaze of an audience within the text §  Editorial Gaze
  • Direction of Gaze §  How a depicted person gazes out of the frame §  Forms of attention directed: §  towards other people §  To an object §  To oneself §  To the reader/ camera §  To middle distance (state of reverie)
  • Intensity of Gaze §  Sharp: focusing on the other person’s eyes §  Clear: focusing about the other person’s head and face §  Peripheral: having the other person within the field of vision
  • Ranges of Formality §  Intimate: up to 18 inches §  Personal: 18 unches to 4 feet §  Social: 4 to 12 feet §  Public: 12 to 25 feet
  • Proximity of Gaze §  Long Shot §  Extreme Long Shot §  Medium Long Shot §  Mid-Shot §  Medium Close Shot §  Close-Up §  Medium Close-Up §  Big Close-Up