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  • 1. The Cinematographic Principle and the Ideogram Film Theory Jackie M, Darien,  Melissa, Casey and Jackie C.
  • 2. Define Ideogram
    • "The ideogram provides a means for the laconic imprinting of an abstract concept."
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    • A written symbol that represents an idea or object directly rather than a particular word or speech sound, as a Chinese character
  • 3. Eisenstein's use of Ideograms in Film
  • 4. Ideogram Binded to Cinematographic Principle
    • "Cinematography is, first and foremost, montage."
    • "Combine shots that are depictive , single in meaning, neutral in content -- into intellectual contexts and series."
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  • 9.      Collision or Linkage? 
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  • 10. Sergei’s Collision Method
    • • Battleship Potemkin was the film that displayed Sergei’s new age idea of synthetic collisions.
    • • Sergei would use his collision method by pairing up image and subsequent image. To show the audience what was going on but in a different way. 
  • 11. EXAMPLE USING 3 SEPARATE IMAGES 1.
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  • 14. Together, they form new meaning  
  • 15. Eisenstein Ideogram and Montage
    • In response to the idea of the ideogram, Eisenstein
    •   concluded that montage is “an idea that DERIVES
    •   from the collision between two shots that are
    • independent of one another”.
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  • 16. The following examples of the hieroglyphs are used by Eisenstein to illustrate a process of meaning generation which can be adopted by the cinema, in the service of ‘intellectual montage’.
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    • eye + water = crying
    • door + ear = eavesdropping
    • child + mouth = screaming
    • mouth + dog = barking
    • mouth + bird = singing
    • knife + heart = anxiety  
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