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  • 1. Cinematic Principle & Ideogram ESSAY 3 SERGEI EISENSTEIN

2. Cinematography The art or science of motion picture photography Film directors visual collaborator Japanese cinema had traits of montages that were never realized Hieroglyph to be used as cinematography for writing and the first contingent forms were the chinese by Tsang ChiehRyan Wariki 3. Chinese Cinematography Fourteen different styles of handwriting in hieroglyph which then crystallize in its present form Ancient Chinese Bronzes were formed and created 607 symbols of hsiang cheng remains Copulation (combination) of two hieroglyphs series to be known as a product and thus ideogram was formed by combined two depictables to represent the ideal of cinematography Ryan Wariki 4. Chinese Ideogram Commands Dog+Mouth=To barkMouth+Child=To screamMouth+Bird=To singKnife+Heart=To sorrowRyan WarikiThus all this commands are MONTAGE! Abstract concept but they are commands 5. Laconic Form Laconism helps us with a transition to another point. Japan possesses the laconic form of poetryHaiki (During the Beginning or the 13th Century) In the modern age this is known asHaiku or Hokku Ayiesha Williams 6. Haiku () Haiku are short poems that use sensory language to capture a feeling or image. Butterflies are cool in the big, huge, green forest. They fly up so high!Ayiesha Williams 7. Tanka () Tanka poetry refers to a Japanese five line poem. Tanka translated means short song. The weather is cool It's clear that fall is coming The leaves will soon change The days will become shorter And then winter will fall too. Ayiesha Williams 8. Skarakus Faces Skaraku is a creator of the finest prints of the 18th Century.He uses the same expression but these pictures are of a old priest and a young women. Each of his large heads: Space between the eyes are little to mock all the faces. Nose is twice as long in relation to the eyes. Chin stands in no sort of relation to the mouth and the brows.Ayiesha Williams 9. Bianca IfeMonstrous Disproportion Disproportion depiction of an event is organically natural to us. Monstrous disproportion of a part is normally flowing event. Dismember of this part usually turns into a close up in to a event Example: Extreme close up of bulging eyes Medium shot of the struggle Close up of clutching hand These shots combined make one newly informed event into one whole scene that a meaning now 10. Bianca IfeMonstrous Disproportion Everything is represented in passably accurate relationships and with great care in disproportion depiction Painting and sculpture are good examples Displacing the expressiveness of a art work like a painting or sculpture decree the harmony of the work 11. Bianca IfeAbsolute Realism Absolute realism is by no mean the correct form of perception It is basically the function of certain forms of social structure Ideological uniformity can be developed pictorially in the ranks of colors and design of the guard regimen 12. Bianca IfePrinciple of Hieroglyphics Principle of creating literary imagery Basic principle of depiction Lead to theater: Splitting into two parts, accordance with function of symbols This unite to dual estrangement that sphere into theater 13. Bianca IfeIdeographic The most important technique in acting is Ideographic (montage) A shot is a single piece of celluiod Cemented or put together these shot form montage Montage is not a assembly of events but the most important element of anaylsis 14. Bianca IfeOld school film making phrase Screw by Screw, Brick by Brick This is taught by old school filmmakers the analysis of the Phrase Particles of a story is linked in a whole dramatic chain Then the ideas are expressed and accumulated like a shot-cipher just like a brick 15. Pudovkin and Eisenstein PudovkinEinsteinMontage as linkage of piecesMontage as a collision (Two given factors arises a concept)Andrew Abuan 16. Cinematographic Conflicts Montage is CONFLICT Conflict of Graphic Directions Scales Volumes Masses DepthsAndrew Abuan 17. Unexpected Conflicts Conflicts between an object and its dimension. Conflicts between an event and its duration. How? Optically distorted lens, and the second by stopmotion or slow-motionAndrew Abuan 18. Principle of Optical Counterpoint Conflict the sound film of acoustics and optics between the frame of the shot and the objectAndrew Bridge 19. Symphonie Diagonale (1924) Director Viking Eggeling Perhaps the first experimental animation filmAndrew Bridge 20. direction of a sequence vs. picking-out by the camera Conflict between the frame of the shot and the objectAndrew B