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The Civilization of Illiteracy

By: Mihai Nadin

... Ours is a world of efficiency. Although more obvious on the computer screen, and on the command buttons and touch-sensitive levers of the ma... ...cticing the literacy of origins, human beings constitute themselves as split personalities between two pragmatic contexts. One embodies expect... ...- animal heads, antlers and claws, tree branches and trunks, huge rocks split apart. Their transformation was performed through the use of fire... ...l experiences of human self-constitution. Simultaneously, an important split occurred: genetic memory remained in charge of the human being's ... ...tery of machines and traders who read signs on order slips or computer screens but know nothing of the product that is traded. In our da... ... machine can contain its computerized manual, displaying pages (on the screen) appropriate to the maintenance task performed, generating sy... ... literacy in order to understand the film's content. The experience of filmmaking is industrially defined. It also bears witness to the many c...

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Split screen (filmmaking)

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...In film and video production, split screen is the visible division of the screen, traditionally in half, ... ...In film and video production, split screen is the visible division of the screen, traditionally in half, but al... ..., but also in several simultaneous images, rupturing the illusion that the screen's frame is a seamless view of reality, similar to that of the human ... ... borderline. Until the arrival of digital technology in the early 1990s, a split screen was accomplished by using an optical printer to combine two or... ...rline. Until the arrival of digital technology in the early 1990s, a split screen was accomplished by using an optical printer to combine two or more ... ... them onto the same negative, called the composite. In filmmaking split screen is also a technique that allows one actor to appear... ...the same negative, called the composite. In filmmaking split screen is also a technique that allows one actor to appear twice in a... ...t notably in Sisters (1973) and they have since become synonymous with his filmmaking style (Specifically 1981's Blow Out and 1998's Snake Eyes). ...

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Insert (filmmaking)

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Cutaway (filmmaking)

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... Cross-cutting Dissolve (filmmaking) Fast cutting ... ...ine match, points of view, multiple exposure, optical illusion, shuffling, split screen, transition ... ...tch, points of view, multiple exposure, optical illusion, shuffling, split screen, transition ...

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Screen

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... Arts Screen printing (also called silkscreening), a method of printing ... ...o called silkscreening), a method of printing Big screen, a nickname associated with the motion picture industry ... ...kname associated with the motion picture industry Split screen (filmmaking), a film composition paradigm in which multiple di... ...associated with the motion picture industry Split screen (filmmaking), a film composition paradigm in which multiple distinct... ...ed with the motion picture industry Split screen (filmmaking), a film composition paradigm in which multiple distinct film se...

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Montage (filmmaking)

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...ed numerous short shots with special optical effects ( fades, dissolves, split screens, double and triple exposures ) dance and music. They were us... ...erous short shots with special optical effects ( fades, dissolves, split screens, double and triple exposures ) dance and music. They were usually ... ... the press, a pressman looking at a paper) and headlines zooming on to the screen telling whatever needs to be told. There are two montages like this ... ...de engines racing toward the camera, giant engine wheels moving across the screen, and long trains racing past the camera as destination signs zoom in...

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AACTA Award for Best Original Screenplay

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... http://www.aacta.org The AACTA Award for Best Original Screenplay is an award presented by the... ...nplay is an award presented by the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA), for an Australian screenplay "written directly and origin... ...ute Awards (more commonly known as the AFI Awards).[2] It was first handed out in 1978 when the award for Best Screenplay (which was first presented a... ...st handed out in 1978 when the award for Best Screenplay (which was first presented at the 1974-75 awards) was split into two categories: Best Origina... ...t Actress International Award Excellence in Filmmaking ...

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External rhythm

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... Morph Split screen ... ...h Split screen M... ... Film editing In filmmaking, external rhythm (also referred to as cutting rhythm) is establi... ... Morph Split screen ... ...h Split screen M...

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Hanging miniature

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...g the day. See also Shot (filmmaking) Filmmaking ... ...imagery Split screen ... ...y Split screen S...

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Display technology

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... Screensavers ... ... CNBC Ticker Cathode ray tube China Girl (filmmaking) Chroma dots Color image Col... ... Control display unit Crystal LED Curved screen D Digital Light Processi... ...organic light-emitting diode Flicker-free Flicker (screen) Flight information display system Flight in... ... Spatial application Spatial light modulator Split-flap display Stereo display Stereopticon ... ... CNBC Ticker Cathode ray tube China Girl (filmmaking) Chroma dots Color image Col... ... Spatial application Spatial light modulator Split-flap display Stereo display Stereopticon ...

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Camera coverage

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Mike Figgis

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... which earned Figgis Academy Award nominations for Best Directing and Best Screenplay. He followed this up with the romantic drama One Night Stand sta... ... all in one take and also presented simultaneously and uncut, dividing the screen into four quarters. Since then, his work output has almost exclusive... ...output has almost exclusively been on the cutting edge of creative digital filmmaking, with the exception of star-laden Cold Creek Manor. He returned ... ...exception of star-laden Cold Creek Manor. He returned to the Timecode quad-screen approach for his section of Ten Minutes Older, but has also worked o... ...moment. At an appearance at Camerimage in 2005, he expressed the view that filmmaking had become "boring and perhaps need to become even worse before ... ...ne community Shooting People. At one of their events in 2005 he said that filmmaking with a small digital camera made the experience more like painti... ...stems, which was then shown in London cinemas. The ad comprised the screen split into four sections, each section showing one of four scenarios all on...

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Racking focus

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Shari Roman

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... Shari Roman is an American artist, author, screenwriter and director. ... ... Originally commissioned by John Pierson for his Independent Film Channel (USA) program Split Screen, Roman's first short film, Lars from 1-10 about ... ...inally commissioned by John Pierson for his Independent Film Channel (USA) program Split Screen, Roman's first short film, Lars from 1-10 about Danish... ...ilm maker Lars von Trier won a slot at the Sundance Film Festival in 1999 and went on to screen at Edinburgh, London, Los Angeles, Tokyo, NYC's Museum... ...005's official Dogme' 95 DVD collection, celebrating the 10th anniversary of von Trier's filmmaking manifesto. She was named one of the "Top 25 New Fa...

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L cut

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Master shot

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...lt around the master shot in the same way that they were when professional filmmaking was in its infancy. References ... ... Split screen ... ... Split screen ... ... Morph Split screen ... ...h Split screen M...

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Australian Film Institute Global Achievement Award

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...emy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA), by the AFI.[2] The award was presented from 2001-2004 before it was split into two categories for Internati... ... Best Direction Best Adapted Screenplay ... ... Best Adapted Screenplay Best Original Screenplay ... ... Best Direction – International Best Screenplay – International ... ...t Actress International Award Excellence in Filmmaking ...

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Worm's-eye view

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...g point on top, one on the left, and one on the right. Filmmaking In cinematography a worm's-eye view is ... ... Split screen ... ... Split screen ... ...g point on top, one on the left, and one on the right. Filmmaking In cinematography a worm's-eye view is ... ... Split screen ... ... Split screen ...

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Establishing shot

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... Establishing shots were more common during the classical era of filmmaking than they are now. Today's filmmakers tend to skip the establish... ... Split screen ... ... Split screen ...

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Bird's-eye view

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...er" and observe the world from this specific angle. In filmmaking and video production, a bird's-eye shot refers to a shot looking... ...gle Cinematic techniques Filmmaking Pictometry Pla... ... Split screen ... ... Split screen ...

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Film frame

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...ure . The term is derived from the fact that, from the beginning of modern filmmaking toward the end of the 20th century, and in many places still up ... ...to the edges of the image as seen in a camera viewfinder or projected on a screen. Thus, the camera operator can be said to keep a car in frame by pan... ...ds past. When the moving picture is displayed, each frame is flashed on a screen for a short time (nowadays, usually 1/24, 1/25 or 1/30 of a second) ... ...m. The larger the frame size is in relation to the size of the projection screen, the sharper the image will appear. The size of the film frame of ... ...something that isn't part of the story as presented. These jokes include - Split frames - Where the fourth wall is broken by two frames, the lower h... ...today in popular songs. Exiting the frame - This joke, an extension of the split frames joke, has characters depart from the sides of the frame, somet...

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