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Referred to as the “Filmmaker’s bible,” for numerous generations, one of many world’s most generally used cinema reference books is extra entire than ever — stepping into the electronic facet of picture trap. The enhancing of the tenth AC handbook was once overseen by way of Michael Goi, ASC, former ASC President. he's a key speaker on concerns concerning know-how and the heritage of cinema. thoroughly re-imagined to mirror the sweeping technological adjustments that our has skilled, this variation of the guide is shiny and crucial analyzing, in addition to a useful box source, protecting topics resembling:

• A entire breakdown of electronic expertise terminology
•The explosion of prosumer cameras in specialist use
• Previsualization
• three-D
• LED light fixtures
• find out how to use the Academy colour Encoding Specification (ACES)
• a completely new part on camera prep, and extra!

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54 T h e structure of the scene could indeed be seen as typically Dostoevskian. O n e is immediately reminded of Crime and Punishment: of Raskol­ nikov's attachment to his mother; of the pocket-watch, once his father's, that Raskolnikov takes to the old pawnbroker; and of his murder of the pawnbroker. O n e thinks also of a recurrent motif in Dostoevsky's novels: confessions at parties and social gatherings. Here, the scene which most immediately comes to mind is the birthday party in The Idiot.

There was a wide spectrum of possibilities open to narrative cinema. Traditional narrative elements might be transposed, quite simply, to socialist terms, thereby working from the assumption that form is subsidiary to the demand s 20 The W o m a n Question and Soviet Silent Film of socialist content. Or, those elements might be transformed, read against the grain, as it were, to subvert the ends they originally served. Finally, any narrative forms identified with Western middle-class culture might be rejected outright.

It is as if the sexual politics so central to Chernyshev­ sky's novel are speakable only in terms of one best k n o w n as an activist for w o m e n ' s rights (Armand served briefly as head of the Zhenotdel, the w o m e n ' s department, before her death in 1920), as a woman revolutionary; while the Lenin influ­ enced by Chernyshevsky is, quite simply, a revolutionary. The novelist so respected by Lenin thus exists primarily as a social analyst, a theorist of the public sphere, while the considera­ tions of private life and alternative living situations central to What Is To Be Done?

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