Moving Image Theory: Ecological Considerations

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Index
accommodation: 14
accretion/deletion: 42—44
acoustics, ecological: 79—101
Affliction: 116
affordance: 3, 91—95, 100, 115, 150, 162n. 1
American Beauty:237
American Graffiti: 74
Anderson, Joseph: 24n. 5, 50, 51, 109, 114, 153, 197n. 5, 205, 215, 217
animation, facial: 128—29
anticlimax: 236
Apocalypse Now: 72, 73, 74
appeal: defined, 183
Aristotle: 171, 175
Arnheim, Rudolf: 230, 236
L'Arrivé d'un train à La Ciotat: 24n. 3
Atomic Cafe, The: 195, 198n. 13
Bateson, Gregory: 191
Bazin, André: 4 —5, 49, 181, 217
Bentham, J.: 175
Bergman, Ingmar: 220
Birds, The: 25n. 8
Bodenheimer, Bobby: 62
body: as source of significance, 186—89
body-scaling: 92—94
Bordwell, David: 4, 6
Bourdieu, Pierre: 76
Bregman, Albert S.: 75
Bruce, Vicki: xi, 105—6
Buñuel, Luis: 21
Burns, Ken: 181, 183—84
Carello, Claudia: xi, 5, 68
caricature: 111—13, 122
Carroll, Noël: xii, 155, 181
Casablanca: 13, 22
Cast Away: 72—73, 77
catechresis: 235
Chiappe, Dan: 216
Chion, Michel: 71, 72
Civil War, The : 181, 18384, 185, 194, 196n. 2, 197n. 12
Clockwork Orange: 74
close-up: 1056, 114
color constancy: 157
Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt: 194
communication, acts of (parole): 185
constraints (see also lawfulness): xi—xii, 6, 21, 29—30, 46, 68
continuity: 20 —21, 24n. 5
conventions: ix—x, xii, 8, 29 —30, 76, 120—23, 218, 219, 222
convergence: 14
Conversation, The: 74
convexity: 40—42
cooperative principle: 192—93
Coppola, Francis Ford: 74
Corner, John: 186, 198n. 11
Cosmides, Leda: 153
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: 231
Cukor, George: 116
Curtiz, Michael: 13
cut: 9, 18—19, 23
Cutting, James E.: 5, 7, 62, 63
Damasio, Antonio: 197n. 5, 197n. 8, 197n. 9
Delpeut, Peter: 116
Dennett, Daniel: 197n. 5
density, relative: 12
depth, information for: 10—16, 40
de Toth, André: 14
Dial M for Murder: 14
diegesis (diegetic world): 215
disparity, binocular: 14&–;15
distances, relative: 7

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