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Film Style and Story

A Tribute to Torben Grodal

Style and story are two of the most debated concepts in film studies today. Taking a cognitive perspective, Film Style and Story focuses explicitly on the stylistic portrayal of human behaviour in film, ranging from studies of specific visual patterns to sound montages.

251 pages | 9.4 x 6.1 | © 2003

Art:

Film Studies


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Table of Contents

Introduction
 
Moving Through the Diegetic World of the Motion Picture            
Joseph D. Anderson
 
Danish Film Noir: Style, Themes, and Narration
Ib Bondebjerg   
 
Who Blinked First? How Film Style Streamlines Nonverbal Interaction
David Bordwell 
 
How Frame Lines (and Film Theory) Figure
Edward Branigan
 
Style: Segmentation and Patterns            
Lennard Højbjerg
 
A Story with a Style: Nightwatch and Contemporary Danish Film
Birger Langkjær
 
Urban Legends: Notes on a Theme in Early Film Theory
Peter Larsen      
 
Film Acting and the Communication of Emotions
Johannes Riis
 
A Reasonable Guide to Horrible Noise (Part 2): Listening to Lost Highway             
Murray Smith
 
The Sense of The Word
Casper Tybjerg
 
The Documentary Style of Fiction Film in Eastern Europe: Narration and Visual Style
Peter Wuss       
 
35 years in print. Torben Grodal: List of publications 1968-2003
 
A Note on the Cover Illustration

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