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Wednesday 27 October
18:00
The session uses as its starting point David Bordwell's comments that filmmakers need to make images intelligible before they can convey higher order stuff such as moods, ideas, themes, ideology, and cultural values (1997, p. 163). The session will address a number of interactive horror case studies to evaluate how the image is put together and how the basic factors of what guides or attracts the viewer's attention can open up detailed examinations of how meaning is constructed, how our fears are manipulated, and how our responses are heightened. In other words, exploring how the filmic techniques, principles, devices, conventions, and images (2004, p.131) of horror have been effective in frightening and horrifying the viewer.
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Alumni Masterclass: Making Sense of Horror Cinema:
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