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Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
Assignment #3 Cinema Verite
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Assignment #3 Cinema Verite

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  • 1. Cinema Verite BY JOANNE
  • 2. Definition Meaning : Film truth or True Film Developed by French directors They used hand held cameras, natural surrounding no actors These helped show how people really react
  • 3. Definition  Handheld was used for the people would soon become unaware or fasted by its presence  In this it would show truth the way people or society really was Example .... Chronicle of a summer ( 1961) - One born a every minute (2012)
  • 4. Origin And How Its Changed Originally the documentarys that had been made were post World War II They were to inform or shed light on problems shown in ‘The Triumph of The Will’ (1961) It contained speeches from Nazi leaders and Hitler It pointed the spotlight on propaganda
  • 5. Origin And How Its Changed  Documentarys now are mainly for entertainment i.e. Reality TV  They use elements of reality but in some cases some situations are stages  In some areas Reality TV does stay true to Cinema Verite as  They use hand held camera  They are real people not actors  They use natural surrounds
  • 6. TOWIEThis doesnt meet conventions of Cinema VeriteThis is a staged fight, this argument was set to bein a public shop rather than in privet Its not edited like a typical documentary Its edited more like a film with lost of cuts Close ups and transitions Another fight but this again was manipulated Both women were put in the same room to get Their reactions for entertainment purposes
  • 7. Keeping Up With The Kardashians This is not like TOWIE but actual observation Showing how they live and interactThey tend to use long shots like aconventionalDocumentary and in replacement of onevoice overThought out they get the person in the shownConversation to give you their opinionsAllowing the audience to connect with theperson
  • 8. Chronicle of a summer-This is a classic documentary of what weSee today with important issues-The man being interviewed tells the viewerthe issue must be serious and relevant-There are not a lot of cuts which helpshold the views attention and allowsthem to receive more info Again this an example of observation This allows peoples true reactions to be seen
  • 9. The triumph of the will-This documentarys was used to informPeople about propaganda-Unlike documentarys we have today therewas no voice over at all only words thatappeared simultaneously -The shot of the crowd is unscripted Capturing the feelings towards the controversial Topic of the Nazi -This documentary mainly consisted of long shots and Straight cuts allowing the audience to gain more information Without having to readjust the focus
  • 10. Forms and ConventionsThen Now Not all had voiceovers  We now always have Nothing was scripted voiceovers for explanations to deliver truth  Some are scripted for Mainly long shots and entertainment no fancy transitions purposes with straight cuts  We use up to 3 cameras Only one camera to capture different angles

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