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I’m trying to study for my Film course and I need some help to understand this question.Each post should be no less than 150 words and no more than 500 words long.For the check-in post, you will need to read chapter 6 from this book: Looking at Movies: An Introduction to Film, Fifth Edition
Richard Barsam and Dave Monahan http://screwybook.com/Looking-at-Movies-Fi-0393265…. And watch the film identified below.

Looking At Movies: Point of View.Choose a specific scene in the film you chose from the Cinematography list: Choose either Dunkirk (2017), or Blade Runner 2049 (2017), (be sure to time stamp it in-text) and discuss either the Cinematographic Properties of the Shot or the Framing of the Shot.Each Check-in Post should clearly reflect that you have both read the chapter and watched the film.You will need to make sure you have at least one concrete reference to the text (that is in-text cited following APA guidelines) and reference to at least one specific scene from the film (a time stamp must be included as in in-text reference).

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 OVERVIEW The shot is the basic unit of film language. Whenever you write or talk about a film in an academic setting, you will be expected to describe individual shots accurately and thoroughly. Chapter 6’s primary purpose is to give you the vocabulary necessary to do so. The cinematographic aspects of a shot that you will be expected to describe in almost any analysis are: its color qualities (remember that black and white are colors), the nature and source of its lighting, the implied proximity of the objects and people photographed in the shot, the angle and height of the shot, the nature of camera movement, if any, the point of view (POV) of the shot, and the speed and length of the shot. In order to have the necessary jargon at your disposal, you will need to memorize the terms used to describe these various aspects of the shot. Chapter 6 also describes a central compositional principle in cinematography: the so-called rule of thirds. The material on this subject and the related discussion of deep-space composition is intended to help you see the compositional space more clearly so that you can recognize balance or imbalance in the composition of any shot. Unlike most of the rest of the chapter, this discussion is less about memorization than it is about being visually aware and seeing details accurately. …
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