A comprehensive account of the various components that go into the making of a film, concentrating on such elements as a film's creation, its sense of filmic space, its changes in sense of time, its sound, visual composition, and editing. Concluding with a detailed analysis of the film, 'The Exorcist,' in a demonstration of how all the elements of film construction can be included successfully in an analysis, this book will be suitable for all introduction to film courses, as well as for general readers.
Peter L. Klinge is Professor in the School of Communication at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York. Lee McConkey is Associate Professor of Communications at Temple University.
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