Film Style and Story

A Tribute to Torben Grodal

Edited by Lennard Højbjerg and Peter Schepelern

Edited by Lennard Højbjerg and Peter Schepelern

Distributed for Museum Tusculanum Press

251 pages | 9.4 x 6.1 | © 2003
Paper $43.00 ISBN: 9788772898513 Published October 2003 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe
Style and story are two of the most debated concepts in film studies today. Taking a cognitive perspective, Film Style and Story focuses explicitly on the stylistic portrayal of human behaviour in film, ranging from studies of specific visual patterns to sound montages.
Contents
Introduction
 
Moving Through the Diegetic World of the Motion Picture            
Joseph D. Anderson
 
Danish Film Noir: Style, Themes, and Narration
Ib Bondebjerg   
 
Who Blinked First? How Film Style Streamlines Nonverbal Interaction
David Bordwell 
 
How Frame Lines (and Film Theory) Figure
Edward Branigan
 
Style: Segmentation and Patterns            
Lennard Højbjerg
 
A Story with a Style: Nightwatch and Contemporary Danish Film
Birger Langkjær
 
Urban Legends: Notes on a Theme in Early Film Theory
Peter Larsen      
 
Film Acting and the Communication of Emotions
Johannes Riis
 
A Reasonable Guide to Horrible Noise (Part 2): Listening to Lost Highway             
Murray Smith
 
The Sense of The Word
Casper Tybjerg
 
The Documentary Style of Fiction Film in Eastern Europe: Narration and Visual Style
Peter Wuss       
 
35 years in print. Torben Grodal: List of publications 1968-2003
 
A Note on the Cover Illustration
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