Russell Weinberg

  • 1. analysis of the main idea
    2. analysis of the information at hand that is given by the film
    3. analysis of other artworks the individual did
    4. the persons style compared and in relation to their other works
    5. examples of the directors other work

  • i mean i personally helped the individual whos video i assessed i helped them do, so i knew about the camera angles and all that stuff, and about the topic matter that was being discussed. now that i had seen it fully put together i reLIzed it went very smoothly and the arguements and facts […]

  • 1) asseses the art topic at hand and provides a clear understanding of what it is 2)utilizes pieces of the past films we have done both the interviews on campus and our observational documentary footage 3)Gives an arguement about the importance of the artwork in the community, and why it is even important to begin […]

  • Russell Weinberg commented on the blog post KINO FILM 10 years ago

    Shot List. 1) Opening titles: Frank Smullin: The Tubes 2)(c.u.)The Plaque On the Base of the Statue 3)(L.S. to M.S.) I introduce the tubes, year they were made, and the artist 4) Right Pan (l.s. to m.s.) I introduce that interviws were conducted to help save the tubes as i walk in front of the […]

  • Russell Weinberg wrote a new post, KINO FILM, on the site Reading Film 10 years ago

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPHzLPfO0M0 Shot List. 1) Opening titles: Frank Smullin: The Tubes 2)(c.u.)The Plaque On the Base of the Statue 3)(L.S. to M.S.) I introduce the tubes, year they were made, and the artist 4) Right Pan (l.s. to m.s.) I introduce that interviws were conducted to help save the tubes as i walk in front of […]

  • Russell Weinberg commented on the blog post Simplicity 10 years ago

    After reviewing someone else’s paper and looking at my own coments, i think that peer revision is helpful. Now this is not only because it is people who kno u moderately well, but it is also because you can get a different opinion on things. If you only have one person reviewing your ork, thats […]

  • Russell Weinberg commented on the blog post Simplicity 10 years ago

    1) In the case of these tubes, you are not only taking away this individuals accomplishments, but your saying that what they learned in this school, the tube sculpture they built, for this school, is irrelivant in the grand scheme of things. 1) Concerning this sculpture, “The Tubes”, getting rid of it is like taking […]

  • Shots: 1)Title Screen: “The Tubes” and the Artwork of Frank Smullin 2)(m.s.) I stand in front of the tubes and introduce them, and artist Frank Smullin 3)(l.s. to m.s. then back to l.s., left pan slow throughout ) The camera pans slowly as i walk past the tubes, and explain they will be destroyed, and […]

  • The organism of cinematography quote stuck out to me because it seemed like a contradiction. He said that first he wanted to get rid of cinematography all together, then hes worried about it being poisoned. I like that this stuck out to you to because i too find it to be important.

  • You seemed to enjoy the article somewhat and thats cool. I like how vertov gets in touch with his readers by using colorful language that grabs your attention and metaphors that make you think.. I agree that Kinoks a Revolution had the most interesting stuff too.

  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers, is a sci-fi/ horror movie from the 1960’s, and one of the reasons it stands out so much, is the fact that even though its special effects are really simplistic, the uses of shadows and camera angles make these things work. These things are the pods that “people” are born […]

  • Special Double Review of “Body Snatchers” and “Psycho” ┬áZombies, Brief review of the X Files Seasons 1-9 as a collection

  • My First Reaction to all of this stuff by Vertov was “Wow, this guy is really interesting”. The first thing that stood out to me was in the paragraph where he talks about the literary skeleton of the film. I found this interesting because it makes sense to me. Without the genre of film, what […]

  • Manohla Dargis This film is a film for our time. Excellent artistic abilities, and a wonderful score cause Marv Newland Bambi Meets Godzilla, to instantly become a classic. Opening up on a young deer in a field, this light and airy suspense film, keeps you guessing what will happen until a giant foot comes out […]

  • i like this, it was short, simple, sweet, and to the point. it was like a short critical analyses of the film in which you managed to cover pretty much all the techniques and camera tricks that they used in the movie. good analysis, especially for when one is short on time.

  • look at this petty argument lol, is this one of my comments? no but Seriously Keira (yes thats how ur name is now spelled), i liked this analysis, and i’m glad you empjhasised on the garbage in this scene, because to me it represents that kane is about to throw his life away. i liked […]

  • Recently The Really Bad Movie Review was able to view a film of the Italian Neo-Realism category, known as Umberto D. Umberto D. is set in the time period after the fall of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Imperial Japan. Basically set durring the reconstruction period of Europe after WW2. This movie, is one of the […]

  • i liked the fact that you put an intro on ur movie, it made it feel like you wanted to help include the viewer in you vision of saving the clock tower. your questions were good to and helped keep things flowing smoothly.

  • what did you notice about the spheres…there circular lol. this was good i like how you actually had a list of questions you asked each person.It helped it flow smoothly and i think your questions made people think, and they got a few witty remarks.

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