Seminar: "The subject-matter content in a cadre and its analysis in the context of the problematics of the narratology of the motion picture film"
On Wednesday, November 29, at 15.30 in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts will hold a seminar “The subject-matter content in a cadre and its analysis in the context of the problematics of the narratology of the motion picture film” (within the framework of the cycle “Comparative Art History – XXI Century”). The main speaker: Larisa Berezovchuk, PhD, the head of the Department of cinema and television of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The main issues concern the communicative aspects of motion picture film-telling, which are extremely important in the perception of the cinematographic image by the viewer. What psychological factors, including cognitive ones, cause the processing of visual images of the motion picture and, as a consequence, what emotional reactions to them arise? After all, the spectator in modern cinema theather is offered an impressive variety of repertoire of various visual stylistics that shape the features of the motion picture film image.
These and other aspects of the possibilities of the objective world in the cinematographic image of the creation of the “history plan” in the motion picture film narrative Larisa Berezovchuk will demonstrate by analyzing the Andrei Zvyagintsev film “Leviathan” and the “The Kingdom of Beauty” by Deni Arkan (Canada).