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1Study Questions Assignments Use for 6Multiple choice: 25 questions – 50 pts.
Midterm Review. Documentary Tradition From Lecture/discussion: Essay questions:
2010. Choose 2 of 4 – 50 pts. Examples: a.
2Week 1: Sept. 13 Discussion Questions Compare Aoi (Good Woman of Bangkok) and
for discussion section, Week 2 based on Sandro (Bus 174) as exemplifying the
Nichols, Ch. 5; Juhasz, “Documentary on tradition of the “documentary victim.” b.
YouTube (A&deJ); Barnouw, Ch. 1; What is the difference between the
lecture, screenings. 1. Where, in “indexical whammy” (Nichols) and the
Barnouw’s reference to historical “pornography of the real” (Godmilow)?
documentaries do you think the description Explain with an example of a moment from 1
most requires the reader to see the moving film screened in class. To Prepare for
image? Why? What point would be confirmed Midterm, in class Nov. 15: 1) Answer all
or disputed? 2. Why does Nichols say of Study Guide questions 2) Review key ppt.
the Lumi?re films that they “seemed” to lessons posted on MediaThread 3) Be
record and “appear” to reproduce the event certain you have seen all film/video
before the camera? 3. How does the titles screened in class Reading for
documentary “what you see is what was Midterm: Bruzzi, 153 – 155; 171 – 180 NOTE
there” work as rhetoric, ie. help pgs. shortened!!!! Bruzzi’s def.:
filmmakers to make an argument about the “documentaries are a negotiation between
world? For example: How does Capturing the filmmaker and reality and, at heart, a
Friedmans go against our beliefs about the performance.”. 3. From your class papers:
world? What argument about the world does You may be asked to write about the
the documentary treatment make in this position you took in Assn # 2 Rewriting
case? 4. Nichols says that documentary Radical Documentary History or Assn # 3
uses the same narrative devices as Documentary Classification, so writing
fiction. Test the following on Capturing your last paper will be itself a review
the Friedmans: a. Problem leads to for the midterm.
solution b. Viewer’s desire for 7ppt Slides for Midterm Review.
solution-out come delayed (suspense = 8Us-Them (“We speak to us about them”)
delay) 5. How is the documentary interest First World – Third World Subject of gaze
appealed to in Why Mrs. Jones Got a – Object of gaze Camera – Photographic
Divorce (1900) like or not like the material Outsider – Insider (world of
documentary interest encouraged by informant) Advanced technology – Primitive
Capturing the Friedmans? 6. What, in technology.
Juhasz, seems contradictory about using 9ethical ideal: do not misrepresent the
Eisenstein’s definition of the “slogan” to other ethical condition: representation is
describe the politics of work posted on always misrepresentation, anyway
YouTube? 7. Where does Juhasz think Representation = a standing in for the
YouTube fails, as exemplified by the thing itself. 4B. Ethical Dilemmas
“Lesbian Community” search term and the Representation-Misrepresentation.
videos it yields? What search term example 101. Review: a. Documentary Codes
would you give to illustrate the politics Solution to Problem of Documentary
of YouTube? 8. See, on YouTube, the Realism: Documentary = codes of realism
documentary footage from “Needa Before She signify “authenticity” or stylistic
Gets Shot.” Consider how it rallied conventions used by makers &
Iranians living outside Tehran in the recognized by viewers. wobbliescope.
aftermath of the rigged 2009 elections Sound. self-refexive techniques. 1.
there. How does the footage of Needa Voice-of-God narration 2. Long takes 3.
qualify or confirm Juhasz’s position? Synchronous sound 4. Black and white film
3Ch. 3. Ch. 4. Study Questions Week 2. stock 5. Archival footage 6. Hidden camera
Sept. 20: Documentary Voice Nichols, Chs. and microphones 7. Apparently unrehearsed
3 & 4. 1. How is “voice” akin to moments 8. Hand held camera. high shooting
“style”? List 4 ways. 2. What is meant by ratio invisible editing = erasure.
the ethical dimension of documentary location sound ambient noise visible
voice? 3. What are the means available to camera & microphone video diary mode:
the maker for the conveyance of acknowledgment of camera.
“documentary voice”? List 6 (1 of your Editing/shooting.
own) 4. How is the viewer called upon to 11ethical ideal: do not misrepresent the
“infer” the voice of the perspective? 5. other ethical condition: representation is
Consider the documentary voice in always misrepresentation, anyway
Capturing the Friedmans in terms of the 3 Representation = a standing in for the
Cs of rhetorical discourse. Which “C” does thing itself. 4B. Ethical Dilemmas
it use? 6. What does he mean by film may Representation-Misrepresentation.
“refuse to compel belief in the 12Documentary Rhetoric: Voice and Story.
truthfulness of its representation”? Review. 1. Explicit voice: Interview:
Describe and give examples. 1. How does “talking head” on screen
Nichols use Hospital (Frederick Wiseman, Voice-of-Authority voice over 2. Implicit
1970) to illustrate the difference between voice: See Nichols, p. 43 “style plus”
examples and concepts? 2. What definition point of view vs. reproduction of
of documentary does Nichols need to use in “reality” documentary’s informing logic
order to say that documentary “activates vs. fiction’s compelling story. 3. Social
our social consciousness” ? 3. Nichols movement use of documentary: uprisings and
says that The Body Beautiful (1991) argues events have to be narrativized. 4.
that “Family life is like this.” Read his Narrative = cause & effect relations
description of the film (to be screened on in time. For Ex: a. story of a life b.
9/27 in class). How can this family be story of a strike. A story makes an
said to work (or not work) as a metaphor? argument.
4What do you think is the difference 13Review: The Grierson “problem moment”
between a reproduction of reality and a film. 1. concentration on individuals
representation of the world? How do we social issue vs. personal portrait
know that 60 Minutes is documentary (Nichols) Bus 174: personal and social
reportage rather than docudrama? What do inextricable? 2. heroic worker becomes
reflexive strategies “unsettle” and “social victim”? 3. power relations: us
“undercut”? What assumptions do spectators vs. them 4. problem “moment” structure: no
bring to the viewing of a documentary that causes, only effects. The victim
they do not bring to a film based on an documentary. Social problems can be
imaginary situation? Why does Nichols solved, if... suffering.
argue that documentary (in contrast with 14Study Questions after Midterm.
the fiction film) relies less on 15Week 10 Study Questions: November 22
continuity editing to create a credible Bruzzi, 67 – 74; Lioult, “Framing the
world that the viewer perceives as “real”? Unexpected” www.ejumpcut.org. Lioult. How
What is the impact of the “indexical does Lioult convince you that there is a
whammy” and why can the fiction film not problem with the staged-unstaged dichotomy
claim this? What is epistephilia and how that has historically defined documentary
do you think documentary stimulates it? practice? 2. How can a documentary scene
Week 3: Defining Documentary: China Study be understood as both spontaneous and
Questions for Discussion Week of Sept. 27: arranged? 3. Why does Lioult need to add
Nichols, Ch. 2 “How Do Documentaries the category “framing the unexpected” to
Differ?”; Nichols. Ponech’s Type I “flexible” plans and Type
5Week 8: Study Questions for Week Nov. II “more restrictive” plans as strategies
8; Nichols, Ch. 7; Gaines, “Political for documentary practice? Bruzzi. 1.
Mimesis”; Wallerstein, “Revolution as According to Bruzzi, Nichols’s position on
Strategy”. Gaines. Nichols. 1. What, observational cinema is that it comes at
according to Nichols is the problem with the expense of loss of voice? If Nichols
representing working class “others” as has seen “voice” “style plus,” what is at
helpless? 2. How does Nichols explain the stake here? What else is lost? List. 2.
failure of so many films about housing Consider the 4 different direct quotes
problems since 1935 to change the Bruzzi attributes to U.S. direct cinema
conditions of public housing in the U.S. makers about their documentary practice.
or the U.K.? 3. What did the Griersonians How have these statements been construed?
take or not take from Dziga Vertov’s ideas What are other possibilities for
about cinema and revolution? Why? 4. interpreting these statements? 3. What are
Explain why radical filmmaker Joris Ivens 3 practical aspects of basic film and/or
made the decision to “break the edges of video making that make the ideal of pure
the shadow” in his film about the cinema impossible for makers to sustain?
struggles of Belgian miners, Borinage 4. How would direct cinema makers (for
(1934). 5. What is the best example of instance, the Maysles in Salesman) defend
what the new “We speak about us to them” the manipulation of events to suggest a
of “identity politics” did to classical story? 5. Bruzzi says that observational
documentary ethnography? . Why is “social cinema has been mis-defined, mostly by
change” such a vague concept today in the observational filmmakers. What new
West and what are the everyday definition does she offer? Does this
consequences of the disconnection between definition apply to all documentary films?
“social change” and “revolution”? 2. Why 16Assignments.
are the empirical questions about social 171.Refine your original definition of
change so difficult to answer and how did documentary to fit these films. See
Sergei Eisenstein get around these Nichols, p. 168 2nd paragraph; Re-read
difficulties? 3. Why does political Nichols, pp. 20–22; 32-34. 2. Locate a
mimesis begin with the body and it is this prototype as starting point. See Nichols,
mimesis empirically measurable or 191-199 list, websites below, explaining
predictable? 4. Why would filmmakers in why it has basic features you will
the radical tradition want to make as isolate. 3. Produce a working filmography
visceral as possible the representation of (3 films min.) as list in Appendix 4.
contemporary or historical struggle? What Write a 5 pg. paper in which you argue
conventionalized images would they then that you have discovered a new tendency.
choose to use in their work? 5. What is Describe the features of your examples in
the discredited political downside of any terms of documentary codes or conventions,
theory of cinematic mimesis? 6. According and, if relevant, documentary voice/style,
to anthropologist Taussig’s theory of performance, etc. Disagree with Nichols if
sympathetic magic what is the source of necessary. Note: For your purposes,
the power of the image? How is this documentary is not a genre but a mode. You
relevant for documentary film and video? are discovering a new sub-mode. 5.
1. List and consider the reasons that Appendix (in addition to 5 pgs)
Wallerstein gives for explaining why those Filmography (alphabetical use format in
who do not benefit from the capitalist Nichols, p. 191; Bibliography (class
world-system do not seek to transform it readings only, format as on syllabus)
today. Which reason do you think offers In-text citation to class readings: For
the most comprehensive explanation and ex: (Bruzzi, 32) Do Not do outside
why? 2. The author argues that there were reading. Assignment # 3 Documentary
consequences to the “worldwide revolution classification Due: Mon. Nov. 8 in class –
of 1968” for the Left. Evaluate these 5 pg. double-spaced + Appendix Readings
consequences in addition to his 6 points for assign: Nichols, Ch. 8 How to Write
and make a case for one as most pronounced about Documentary. www.docos.com
in the moment of the “Great Recession.” 3. www.ejumpcut.org/archive/onlineessays/jc
If the Marxist-Leninist concept of (articles and clips) www.docsonline.tv
“revolution” is no longer viable, what, www.nfb.ca (National Film Board of Canada)
according to the author is, and with what www.onlinefilm.org
would you replace “revolution”? Or, www.moviesfoundonline.com.
alternatively, if you seek to “change 18Assignment # 1 Due: September 27 in
everything in order that nothing change” class. Define documentary mode: ? page
what counter-revolutionary strategy do you paragraph -- double-spaced Agree or
propose? Wallerstein. disagree with lectures, readings; use
6Midterm Preparation. Midterm examples from films viewed inside or
structure: 100 pts. total From Readings: outside class if that helps.
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