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Petric, Vladimir – 1974
The proposed project, mentioned in Vladimir Petric's articles "From Written Film History to Visual Film History," is a book intended as a teaching vehicle for college and university film courses and involving shot-by-shot analysis and evaluation of films as primary study material. Cinematic values are emphasized both because cinematic visual…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Colleges, Content Analysis, Course Content
Petric, Vladimir – 1974
The poor quality of most university courses in film history is due to several factors, among them the fact that there is insufficient analytical documentation and direct cinematic illustration in existent written film histories. These histories examine films on a thematic level, offering noncinematic interpretation such as literary meaning, social…
Descriptors: Colleges, Content Analysis, Course Content, Film Libraries
Petric, Vladimir – 1974
Part one of this document contends that most film teachers are overly concerned with the technological aspects of filmmaking and not concerned enough with film as art form. It urges that students be encouraged to use film to express their personal artistic visions, just as they use other art forms in the university curriculum. Part two describes a…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Audiovisual Communications, Creative Art, Creativity
Petric, Vladimir K. – 1973
In order to test the hypothesis that Soviet revolutionary films influenced American film makers' attitudes concerning the importance of form and structure through editing, this dissertation explores the areas of affinity and contrast between the two national cinemas during the period when Soviet silent films were originally released in the United…
Descriptors: Doctoral Dissertations, Editing, Film Criticism, Film Production