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  • Immersion of the spectator 

    Authors:Esen, Tan Müyesser
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2019)
    From the first cinematic screening to this day, the basic concern of the mainstream cinema had been its attraction from the audience. Cinema enlarged its frame, curved its screen, darkened its theater, used multiple projectors and screens, added sound and color, used surrounding system in sound, added third dimension by using additional glasses, in order to make the audience immersed in the narrative, and to create an impression of reality. In the digital era, cinema as many other art forms ...

  • A phenomenological approach to the film editing practice: Legacy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty 

    Authors:Çöl, Doğa
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2019)
    A phenomenological look on film editing through Merleau-Ponty’s ideas opens up a new way of seeing what editing is and how it affects the spectator. In the classical sense, editing is looked at technically where certain aspects of its use in the film’s language are interpreted and analyzed to understand why and how something is done. In this thesis, the aim is to not dwell on understanding the why and the how. The aim is to view film editing from a different perspective that might lead to ...