Adrian Lesaru

  • Albert and David Maysles Rolling Stones: Gimme Shelter was a documentary of the Rolling Stones Concert at the Altamont Speedway, California on December 6th 1969. The Concert was organized by the Rolling Stones and also had (in order of performance) Santana, Jefferson Airplane, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, with the Stones […]

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CReDRHDYhk8 In this clip from Charlie Chaplin’s “Modern Times” (1936) We see Chaplin employed as a factory worker during the Great Depression.  During this time many people were desperate for jobs and usually it was factories made of many different assembly lines, like the one we see Chaplin working on. Now as easy as it […]

  • Some features of program notes are:
    good background information
    information about how the film was made and what then process when threw
    information on the people who worked on it
    A short summery of the film itself
    short analysis of the film

  • When analyzing one of my peers Kino pravdas I knew how to judge each criteria by watching the video and then deciding how well the video used each criteria and how often, also if it was understandable or not. For example when deciding on if the video had a good argument I watched the video […]

  • 1. The objective of the film is clear
    2. appropriate camera angles
    3. Visual captivating
    4. Clear argument for art

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Funny Math 9 years, 6 months ago

    😀 im not sure but on one of the comments on the video someone says its from a movie called Little Giant, 1946

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Vertov III 9 years, 6 months ago

    Zinsser gives concrete examples when he compares the writing of a President of a University and Franklyn D Roosevelt. Also when he talkes about the reader and there competence

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Vertov III 9 years, 6 months ago

    I just got in so I was not able to view the entire clip or clearly understand what it was about but towards the end I caught some text that said I believe “The voyage of soviet goods” or something similar which helped make sense of what I was watching. To be honest I dont […]

  • At first I thought this was going to be another dull reading, especially when I saw how many pages it was. It didn’t take long for me to change my mind however. Dziga Vertov seems to be a very interesting and, dramatic individual. He explains himself in some very unusual ways threw out the selected […]

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Dziga Vertov 9 years, 6 months ago

    Cinema must be able to flow freely, without cuts, edits and visual distraction so that the art of cinema is to remain dominant. in order for cinema to flow freely you must take precautions when editing, if there are too many visual distractions then people get drawn away from the plot and what is important […]

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Dziga Vertov 9 years, 6 months ago

    Cinema must be able to flow freely, without cuts, edits and visual distraction so that the art of cinema is to remain dominant. in order for cinema to flow freely you must take precautions when editing, if you add too much color or too many visual distractions then people get drawn away from the plot […]

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Dziga Vertov 9 years, 6 months ago

    cinematography needs to change for the true artistic value of cinema is to be beheld by the world.

  • Adrian Lesaru commented on the blog post Dziga Vertov 9 years, 6 months ago

    Synthesis should come at the summit of each arts achievement and not before

  • So ya I was looking at the requirements for the mock debate and can someone tell me what 3-4pp mean? I have a feeling it means paragraph but I just want to make sure, silly question but ya.

  • Ok I found this clip a while ago but just remembered about it now, the math we know is all wrong:

    Good Math

    I really like this kind of old humor, oh and sorry I couldn’t find a youtube link so that you can just watch it here.

  • Woolf, Virginia “The Movies and Reality” Authors on Film (1972): 86-91. Indiana University Press. Web. 1 November 2010

  • Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane (1941) is a movie in which a very famous and powerful man has died and a newspaper company wants to find out what Charles Foster Kane’s famous last words “Rose Bud” meant. It follows Mr. Thomson as he goes all over finding people who once knew Mr. Kane and trying to […]

  • Seeing as how this was a formal piece of writing I expected to find many if not all of Harvey’s Elements of an Academic Essay. The first element I wasn’t surprised to find was a Title which in this case was “Projecting the Self”, I would have been surprised if their wasn’t a title to […]

  • There were definitely a bunch of times in the first few minutes of that film were appeals were used to get the viewers attention. The most common one they seemed to use was Ethos to convey an emotional response. They used music a lot with specific scenes as to convey a certain point like the […]

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