Vol 3, No 2, 2011

Articles

Humanitarian Practices in Modern Audiovisual Technologies

Urazova S.L.

Abstract

The multimedia and multi-platform character of the modern media market as an attribute of contemporary reality has been expanding considerably the informative potential of the society in using various hardware based on audiovisual technologies. This, however, does not eliminate a number of contradictions in the sphere of humanitarian practices formed by mass media. The article explores the relationship between technological innovations and value systems in the context of the screen content which is growing at an exponential rate, and traces the dependence of humanitarian categories on social needs.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):74-83
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BIBLIOTEKA VGIK

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BIBLIOTEKA VGIK

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VOZVRAShchENIE

Riss V.

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С 21 апреля по 15 августа в Русском музее в Петербурге экспонируется выставка, на которой впервые в России так подробно и объемно показано творчество Бориса Григорьева. В сентябре экспозиция будет представлена в Москве.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):152-153
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THEORY AND HISTORY OF CINEMA | AUDIOVISUAL ARTS

To the Semiotics of the Mirror and Reflectivity

Kljueva L.B.

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Objects vary in their ability to generate meanings. In this respect, mirrors are a unique phenomenon. The article covers some approaches to the problem of the mirror and reflectivity existing in modern science.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):6-16
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FILM LANGUAGE AND TIME | IMAGE GENESIS

Giotto: Open Cubes, Shallow Depths and Specific Repetition

Burov A.M.

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The article analyses the image system of Giotto di Bondone, its role in the forming of the Renaissance representative tradition. By building up "architectural cubes", creating a spatial pause, intra-figure relationships, human events in the intra-image interplay (image-event), intimacy, an unbalanced and broken perspective, as well as reproducing the same facial type Giotto unconsciously formulates the idea of individuality in the plastic form and new pictorial strategy.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):18-23
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Artistic Ambitions of Screen Document at the Turn of the Century

Prozhiko G.S.

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The article deals with the auteur film, a specific phenomenon in the documentary cinema of the turn of the 21st century as exemplified by the works of such outstanding masters as Chris Marker, Werner Herzog, Godfrey Reggio, Wim Wenders. The text is part of a large monograph devoted to the history of world documentary (publications in Issues 7, 8).
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):24-44
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Mythology and Conventions of American Pre-War Cinema

Fomina V.A.

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The article investigates Georges Polti's dramatic situations which serve as the basis for making conclusions about the American pre-war cinema. By means of frequency analysis of 50 American top-grossing films of the 1930s the author explores the mythology and conventions of pre-war America. Dramatic Situation 12 "Obtaining" is reflected in the "American Cinderella" myth which is, however, a false mirror of the popular story.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):45-56
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PERFORMANCE | ART OF PRESENTATION

Space in Art and Cinema

Sedlovskiy A.A.

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Cinema is a synthetic art form which has accumulated the experience of theatre, literature, music and fine arts. The article investigates the influence of painting on cinema in terms of filling the screen space and artistic assimilation of the linear, spatial and tonal perspective, light and color treatment.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):58-64
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Still Life in the Space of the Film

Gvozdeva Y.V.

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The article deals with the role of the still life in the film's visual treatment and analyses the possible ways of the cinematic usage of an object. Two main tendencies - semantic and visual - are singled out. An object (or a still life as a collection of objects) is treated as one of the elements forming the film's visual environment. The problem is considered on the material of the Russian cinema of the 1960s-1980s.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):65-72
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WORLD CINEMA | ANALYSIS

The Parable in the Work of World Film Masters

Tugushi S.A.

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The article is devoted to the parable as a movie genre, its origins and reasons why many 20th century film directors from different national schools have turned to it. The author also gives the philosophic and aesthetical basis of this genre and its role in the evolution of cinematic thought.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):88-98
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The Iranian Cinema of the 20th Century (1900-1980)

Mirakhorli A.

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In the first decade of the 20th century Iran saw the advent of cinema, a new art form which has had its ups and downs. But the real break-through in Iranian cinema reflecting the national character and the country's rich culture occurred only in the 1970s with the emergence of a new generation of filmmakers.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):99-108
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TELEVISION | DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT

Russian Television: the Conflict of Matrices

Dzyaloshinskiy I.M.

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The article examines some issues connected with the impact of the interior institutional, cultural and communicative matrices on the functioning of Russian media and television in particular, as the most popular and influential resource of public communication. The author reveals the link between institutional matrices, defining the life of the society in general, communicative matrices, regulating social communication, and media matrices setting the limits of professional activity in the sphere of television.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):110-122
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The Peculiarities of Modern Television Speech

Gegelova N.S.

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The article surveys the state of modern on- air speech illustrated by the examples of the programs with substandard vocabulary and examines the language behavior of modern presenters.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):123-134
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FIESTA CINEMA

PRAZDNIK KINO. 33 Moskovskiy mezhdunarodnyy kinofestival' 23.06 - 02.07.2011

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WORKSHOP | LESSONS OF EXCELLENCE

The Search for Visual

Yeliseyeva Y.A.

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In the 1990-2000s there was an attempt to support making films for television. At that time television gave the filmmakers a chance to display their skills more often than feature film production. In fact, TV serials made it possible to preserve the traditions of the national approach to presenting historic material on the screen.
Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2011;3(2):136-150
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