Four Intermediate Topics for Film Studies (4th Series)
A film, also called a “video” or a “short video,” is a collection of pre-recorded moving images on a display screen, normally with synchronized sound, which form a moving picture. Some individuals enjoy watching new movies on the theater when they are released. Others prefer to record the movies and watch them at a later time. There is even an entire industry for people who collect video films, either as personal collections or as part of a hobby.
Film study includes many topics such as colour theory, matte photography, composition, film financing, and editing. The next four articles will discuss four intermediate topics for film analysis. These include the history and development of film, the different types of film, the language of film, and the process of compression. Film theory is an important part of film studies, because film theory deals with the arrangement of images in a film and the effect the placement has on the viewers’ experience of the film.
The fourth segment of film studies that addresses the process of compression is very interesting, particularly if you like to look into the methods of cutting cost within contemporary life. By examining the process of compression, you can determine how much things like the cost of gasoline, food, and entertainment are affected by contemporary life. You can examine the impact of compression on social structures. Film studies may also show the connections between contemporary life and the themes in films and thus help you in your studies of film and society.