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Film narratology / Peter Verstraten ; translated by Stefan van der Lecq.

By: Verstraten, Peter.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, cop. 2009Description: vi, 259 str. : ilustr. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780802095053.Subject(s): Narratologi | Film -- historia | Narration (Rhetoric) | Motion pictures -- History | Narration | Filmteori | Dramaturgi | Narration (Rhetoric) | Theory | Narrative in films | naratologija | teorija pripovijedanja | film
Contents:
Introduction
1. Is cinema essentialy narrative?
2. Basic principles of narratology
3. The narrative impact of the mise en scene
4. The narrative impact of cinematography
5. Story and fabula disconnected through editing
6. The visual narrator and visual focalization
7. Tension between the visual and auditive narrators
8. Sound as a narrative force
9. The narrative principles of genres
10. Filmic excess: When style drowns the plot
Appendix: The virgin suicides as a test case
Summary: Most modern studies of narrative tend to focus predominantly on literature with only some reference to film. In Film Narratology, Peter W.J. Verstraten makes film narratives his primary focus, while noting the unexplored and essentially different narrative effects that film can produce with mise-en-scène, cinematography, and editing. Reworking the definitive theory of narration offeredby literary scholar Mieke Bal, Film Narratology examines cinematic techniques such as external and internal narration, visual and auditive focalization, the narrative force of sound, and the ambiguities caused by voice-overs and flashbacks. Verstraten illustrates these narrative principles with a broad range of examples drawn from avant-garde cinema, golden age Hollywood, blockbusters, and European art cinema. Insightful and comprehensive, Film Narratology will surely become the standard reference of cinematic narration for film students and scholars.
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Prijevod djela: Handboek Filmnarratologie

Bibliografija: str. [241]-246. - Kazalo

Introduction

1. Is cinema essentialy narrative?

2. Basic principles of narratology

3. The narrative impact of the mise en scene

4. The narrative impact of cinematography

5. Story and fabula disconnected through editing

6. The visual narrator and visual focalization

7. Tension between the visual and auditive narrators

8. Sound as a narrative force

9. The narrative principles of genres

10. Filmic excess: When style drowns the plot

Appendix: The virgin suicides as a test case

Most modern studies of narrative tend to focus predominantly on literature with only some reference to film. In Film Narratology, Peter W.J. Verstraten makes film narratives his primary focus, while noting the unexplored and essentially different narrative effects that film can produce with mise-en-scène, cinematography, and editing.

Reworking the definitive theory of narration offeredby literary scholar Mieke Bal, Film Narratology examines cinematic techniques such as external and internal narration, visual and auditive focalization, the narrative force of sound, and the ambiguities caused by voice-overs and flashbacks. Verstraten illustrates these narrative principles with a broad range of examples drawn from avant-garde cinema, golden age Hollywood, blockbusters, and European art cinema. Insightful and comprehensive, Film Narratology will surely become the standard reference of cinematic narration for film students and scholars.

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