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Audience expectations in relation with film authenticity
Jelínek, Jakub ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (advisor) ; Kratochvíl, Jaroslav (referee)
This study aims to examine the cosmos of mock-documentary films, that are trying to fool its audience throughout the acceptance of the form of real documentary films. By using the same stylistic elements they try to deprive the audience of its critical approach and make it believe. Through the analysis of those fictional mock-documentaries, we are going to reveal procedures used by many directors all over the world to create something what we call the illusion of the real. On the specific examples of "mockumentary" films, propaganda films and some conspiracy theory films, we will explore whether all of those film forms use the same procedures to convince their audience since they are all trying to achieve the same result – to create an ultimate vision of the real throughout the acceptance of visual and formal appearance of documentary film.
Have you heard (of) it?
Lapčík, Radim ; KUDLÁČ, Jakub (advisor) ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (referee)
The goal of this work is to popularize certain sound theory issues (e.g. storytelling, interactivity/immersion, sound/image perspective, semiotics). It deals with the basic sound/image and diegetic/extradiegetic relations, compiling the works of various sound theoreticians. Despite being focused on narrative film, it discusses specific features of four most common semi-narrative genres and gives a hint of sound/image relations in non-narrative and interactive audiovisual media. Apart from the sound/image/diegesis relations, this work briefly explains the synchresis phenomenon and the meaning of tight or loose sound/image synchronicity for tampering with the perspective and perception of the filmic time and space. The appendices contain some information concerning related themes – a short combinatorics column, a column explaining the three basic sound planes, the use of sound as a signifier and a longer quotation of Michel Chion’s article on rendered sound.
Live Cinema
Blažíček, Martin ; VOJTĚCHOVSKÝ, Miloš (advisor) ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (referee)
This work provides contextual analysis of contemporary live cinema practise.Based on reflection of selected works by czech artists it points to various aspects of contemporary live cinema practice in context of media and fine arts.
Music as a Part of the Inner World of film
Šec, František ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (advisor) ; ČENĚK, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with the use of music, a factor which strongly affects the viewer's emotions. This is particularly true with respect to its position relative to the image - an important factor affecting its functioning in the film. I start with the theoretical works that analyze the problem, how the viewer in the cinema hears the sounds and what impact it has on their different positions to the image. Principles of film music also influenced the long-term development of cinema. This process was accompanied today's over-use of music. In many cases, the authors ignore the consequences caused by its position. Specific examples of films will help us understand the whole issue. The position of music is not always easily determinable. Work will help us understand the importance of integrating musical part in the film. If music is sophisticated and connected with the world of film, the viewer can concentrate and perceive the film as art.
Film montage structures of the sacred
Mlynarič, Martin ; ČIHÁK, Martin (advisor) ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (referee)
Graduate thesis topic examining relationship between film language and sacred phenomenon. The work reflects the possibility of mediation the contents of the sacred through the film medium.
Origin of a Trailer and Its Basic Principles
Šámal, Matěj ; TRAJKOV, Ivo (advisor) ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (referee)
In the Czech Republic many people belives movie trailers still don't have any rules, however trailer is only nine years younger than film itself. The goal of this bachelor paper is to summarize the basic principles necessary for making a catchy trailer. It contains the most interesting points from the film history including such facts as where the name ?trailer? comes from and others. The difference between a trailer and a teaser will be also explained. A trailer has been developed in the United States of America, and that was the reason I used mainly American movies trailers. In the second part of the paper, you will find the analysis of trailers made for box office movies and we will also describe how a trailer in the US market is made. This work should be helpful in orientation of the basic structures used in trailers. It also brings to light the principles that make an ordinary trailer a working one. Therefore, this can be viewed as a handbook for those who would like to become a trailer-maker or simple for those who need a trailer and have no idea how to do it.
Photochemical Transformations of Cinematographic Image
Polenský, Tomáš ; ČIHÁK, Martin (advisor) ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (referee)
Photochemical transformation is a process of transforming latent image on film into a visible picture. Bachelor thesis called Photochemical transformation of cinema image justifies this process as a creative tool. This tool influences an art design of film a lot. In theoretical part I analyse this film-making tool in my own work and also in films Aus Der Ferne - The Memo Book by Matthias Müller and Passion by Jürgen Reble. Practical part focuses on reversal processing. It describes the ways of modifying film image by photochemical transformation. This section also contents results of experiments with filmctock Kodak Tri-X 7266.
Image and occurrence
Bagdasarov, Georgy ; Čihák, Martin (advisor) ; Petříček, Miroslav (referee) ; Petráň, Tomáš (referee)
The topic of the thesisi "Image and occurrence" deals with difference between mimetic techniques of reading and topology of vision, and investigate an appearance of Time and Space through the light in Image and Occurrence.
Term "Organic" in the Film Terminology of S.M. Eisenstein and A. Tarkovsky
Vlčková, Jana ; Bouda, Marek (advisor) ; Bagdasarov, Georgy (referee)
In the first part this text deals with more thorough explanation of concepts such as analogue environment, digitalization or analogue and digital code in the cultural context. For example the difference between analogue and digital abstraction. It also points out the possibility of a pure analog transmission and record, as a counterpart of of selective and examining digitalization. Via these terms the interpretation of the film starts: Eisenstein's and Tarkovsky's approaches as the example of dichotomy of two ?natural? or ?organic? ?philosophies? in film theory. Eisenstein as a representative of digitization and Tarkovsky as an advocate of an analogue approach. Thesis leads into utopian micromanifest of the organic film.
Optophonetic harmonies
Klímová, Blanka ; Čihák, Martin (advisor) ; Bagdasarov, Georgy (referee)
The basic starting point of the following text lies in the essays written by Czech theorists of 1930s, such as poets, scientists, film critics and avant-garde filmmakers. The text proceeds from the precedence of asynchronity which is the fundamental mean of the film language. It follows the origins of using the sound as the bearer of meaning and it looks for describe it as a meaning-making element of the film transmission. I?m writing about the experiments of visualisation of sounds based on searching the analogy between the visual and the acoustic space of a film opus. I proceeded from the films of O. Fischinger, Whitney brothers, L. Lye, H. Hirshe, F. and S. Themerson and J. Lehovec. For the analysis of relations between geometrical and informel structures depending on the space and the time, I used the films of M. Duchamp, F. Léger, G. Dulac, H. Chomette, R. Steiner, H. Richter, V. Eggeling and W. Ruttmann. An integral part of this text is the formal analysis of the film Na Pražském hradě (Prague Castle, 1931) by Alexander Hackenschmied. All this only for find the optophonetic harmonies, based on the vibrations of the acoustic and visual waves and their synchronous or asynchronous variations.

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