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Post-Carroll: Functional Elements of the Moving Image. / Cowan, Philip.

Yn: Projections: The Journal for Movies and the Mind, Cyfrol 14, Rhif 3, 12.2020, t. 72-89.

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Cowan, P 2020, 'Post-Carroll: Functional Elements of the Moving Image', Projections: The Journal for Movies and the Mind, cyfrol. 14, rhif 3, tt. 72-89.

APA

Cowan, P. (2020). Post-Carroll: Functional Elements of the Moving Image. Projections: The Journal for Movies and the Mind, 14(3), 72-89.

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Cowan P. Post-Carroll: Functional Elements of the Moving Image. Projections: The Journal for Movies and the Mind. 2020 Dec;14(3):72-89.

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Cowan, Philip. / Post-Carroll: Functional Elements of the Moving Image. Yn: Projections: The Journal for Movies and the Mind. 2020 ; Cyfrol 14, Rhif 3. tt. 72-89.

BibTeX

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abstract = "Analyzing moving images is one of the fundamental practices in our attempt to understand the medium. Building on Carroll's functional theory of film style, this article attempts to define a taxonomy of elements of shot composition in order to establish a clear methodology for the analysis of a moving image. Carroll criticizes forms of stylistic analysis that limit themselves to a few pre-selected aspects of the moving image, for example, genre motifs, individual filmmakers' personal traits, or broad studies of film movements. Numerous writers have presented breakdowns of component parts of a moving image, often in wider discussions of film form. However these lists are often incomplete or do not have a clear methodology. This article identifies the key components of a moving image that could serve a functional purpose in individual films.",
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