Cinematography - Science topic
Cinematography (from Greek: κίνημα, kinema "movements" and γράφειν, graphein "to record") is the art or science of motion picture photography. It is the technique of movie photography, including both the shooting and development of the film.
Questions related to Cinematography
Good afternoon, dear researchers! I’m writing work about documenality of setting in modern series. I’m searching participants for my empiric research: 300 people for survey and 10 with knowledge of cinematography for interview. If you can help me or you want to be a part of it, write below your fb link or email.
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For a research project I plan to conduct I want to analyse certain elements of the depiction of war in contemporary film, and I would like to have a look at existing research to see what methodologies are being used. First big research project, help would be greatly appreciated!
I been researching the democratic transition of Chile. My focus is on the cinematographic representation of everyday life and politics (State) during the democratic transition of Chile. I read the most important theories in the relation cinema and history, such as Pierre Sorlin, Robert Rosenstone, Roman Gubern, Marc Ferró, Gilles Deleuze, Christian Metz y José María Caparrós.
I'm looking for materials for a course on documentary and non-fiction film studies. I am open to any and all suggestions.
I am currently finishing up a study of Akira Kurosawa and I am hoping to move onto Yasujirō Ozu for my next project. I have never seen his films, but have read a great deal as to their compositional austerity and 'simple' narratives. I am hoping for a qualified answer as to where I should begin my viewing and why.