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Which of the following tasks is part of the process of film editing but not part of the process of book editing? Ensuring that the story makes sense Making sure one section logically
follows another Helping to construct the work itself Determining that the work holds together as a whole
The best answer would be in order to ensure that the story makes sense and that everything flows well.
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User: Which of the following tasks is part of the process of film editing but not part of the process of book editing? Ensuring that the story makes sense Making sure one section logically follows another Helping to construct the work itself Determining that the work holds together as a whole

Weegy: The best answer would be in order to ensure that the story makes sense and that everything flows well.
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User: Why do silent films often seem to move faster than modern sound films? Because filmmakers wanted to squeeze more action onto less film Because they generally feature quicker cutting than modern films Because the rates of shooting and projection were not standardized Because audiences expected films to be a lot shorter in those days

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Why do silent films often seem to move faster than modern sound films? 1. Because filmmakers wanted to squeeze more action onto less film 2. Because they generally feature quicker cutting than modern films 3. Because the rates of shooting and projection were not standardized 4. Because audiences expected films to be a lot shorter in those days
Weegy: 3. Because the rates of shooting and projection were not standardized. User: What is the name of the process used to create everyday sound effects in films? Dolby Sony Foley Mickey (More)
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It made audiences more silent
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How does auteurist theory affect the way that films are marketed?
Weegy: ?The auteur theory is a way of reading and appraising films through the imprint of an auteur (author), usually meant to be the director.? User: How does it affect the way that films are analyzed by critics and audiences? Please use an actual film/director/marketing campaign to illustrate your points. Weegy: The auteur theory was used by the directors of the nouvelle vague (New Wave) movement of French cinema in the 1960s as justification for their intensely personal and idiosyncratic films. [ [ One of the ironies of the Auteur theory is that, at the very moment Truffaut was writing, the break-up of the Hollywood studio system during the 1950s was ushering in a period of uncertainty and conservatism in American cinema, with the result that fewer of the sort of films Truffaut admired were actually being made. The "auteur" approach was adopted in English-language film criticism in the 1960s. In the UK, Movie adopted Auteurism, while in the U.S., Andrew Sarris introduced it in the essay, "Notes on the Auteur Theory in 1962". This essay is where the term, "Auteur theory", originated. To be classified as an "auteur", according to Sarris, a director must accomplish technical competence in their technique, personal style in terms of how the movie looks and feels, and interior meaning (although many of Sarris's auterist criteria were left vague citation needed). Later in the decade, Sarris published The American Cinema: Directors and Directions, 1929?1968, which quickly became the unofficial bible of auteurism. The auteurist critics?Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, ?ric Rohmer?wrote mostly about directors (as they were directors themselves), although they also produced some shrewd appreciations of actors. Later writers of the same general school have emphasised the contributions of star personalities such as Mae West. However, the stress was on directors; and screenwriters, producers and others have reacted with a good deal of hostility. ] ] (More)
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