Vol 6, No 3 (2014)

Articles
BIBLIOTEKA VGIK
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BIBLIOTEKA VGIK

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):20-20
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BIBLIOTEKA NII KINOISKUSSTVA
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Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):114-114
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CHRONICLE IN DETAIL | CURRENT EVENTS
Mission Possible: We are shooting Russia!
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Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):6-6
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THEORY AND HISTORY OF CINEMA | AUDIOVISUAL ARTS
State Guardianship of Cinema: The Issue of Goal-Setting
Zhabsky M.I.
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The article examines the goals of state guardianship of Russian cinema taking into account the interaction among the state’s objective interests and cinematic openness of the country, the globalization of filmmaking process and segmentation of audience by the 'consumer loyalty' criterion. The targets, classified as optimal, are considered in their correlation with the state’s cinema legislation currently in force. The concepts of competitiveness and social significance of national cinema are interpreted generally and properly.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):8-19
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FILM LANGUAGE AND TIME | IMAGE GENESIS
Points of Disequilibrium in Narrative Dynamics and Their Structure
Marievskaya N.Y.
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The article explores the dynamics of the narrative film. The author reveals points of disequilibrium in the plot, the place and importance of stimulating incident in it and determines its structure. The concepts of the nonlinear dynamics theory and dramaturgy theory are compared in the article. It is determined that dramatic situations correlate with I. Prigozhin's ideas: the probability, irreversibility and possibility of new connections. The structure of the film climax is also analyzed. The comparison of classical and non-classical story arcs is provided.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):22-38
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PERFORMANCE | ART OF PRESENTATION
Theatre and Document: Opposition or Integration?
Prozhiko G.S.
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It is hard to find more seemingly distant phenomena as the theatre with its obvious “affectation” and the document always referred to as a neutral indication of the reality. However, a closer comparison of the theatre and film document reveals unexpected similarities.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):40-50
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Dynamics of Opera Screen Forms: Theoretical Aspects
Masyandjinova A.V.
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The article investigates the development of screen opera, touching upon the incompleteness of the evolution of opera screen forms, the convergence of screen culture and classical opera as well as the growing influence of screen art-forms on the opera which cannot exist without video technologies today.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):51-60
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Cinematic Nature of English Pre-Raphaelites’ Painting
Bernatonite A.V.
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The article analyses the peculiarities of the Pre-Raphaelite style from the viewpoint of its cinematic imagery. The work of Millais, Rossetti and Hunt is described in terms of film language (close-ups, the subdivision of the picture’s composition into individual narratives, the creation of a particular mood by using details, the background as a long shot, etc.) explaining the hyper-realism of the Pre-Raphaelites.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):61-70
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SCREEN CULTURE | CULTURAL STUDIES. PHILOSOPHY
Artistic Thinking as a Characteristic Property of Creative Intellect
Andreyev A.L.
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The article is devoted to the analysis of cognitive processes in art. Professor Andreyev surveys different approaches to the problem dwelling on the theory of visual thinking popular in Cultural Studies and Aesthetics and investigates conceptual alternatives to this theory. Based on psychological data, the author offers a new approach to the problem: treating thinking as a process of the change of mental codes he extends this assumption to cognitive processes in art. It is for the first time in Aesthetics and Art Theory that different levels and aspects of visual thinking are separated and their relationships are analyzed. Particular attention is paid to the inadequately researched and underestimated notion of ‘the artistic idea’, its various aspects and functions in artistic practice are explored.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):72-81
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Impressionism as an Expression of Social Consciousness
Kharitonova N.S.
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The article is an attempt to comprehend the emergence and establishing of the Impressionism, to understand the reasons of the reappraisal of artistic values gradually taking place in public consciousness and answer the question how the social demand for a new artistic value was formed. The birth of the Impressionism as a cultural phenomenon resulted from an artist’s interpretation of objective reality, his relations with the society, nature, science, philosophy, religion. The Impressionism was one of the brightest events in the European culture of the mid-1800s which made a great impact on the subsequent development of art becoming the key moment in the transition of the 19th century art to the main artistic trends of the 20th century.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):82-90
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Silence of the Author: Semantics of Muting in Cinema
Mikheyeva Y.V.
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The article analyses various forms and meanings of the director’s deliberate abandonment of sound and/or music both on screen and off screen. The absence of the soundtrack is defined in such terms as ‘reverberant silence’, ‘generating silence’, ‘intimate silence’, ‘inex-pressible stillness’, ‘after-sound silence’, ‘silence as absence’, which characterize the director’s aesthetic attitude towards the image.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):91-102
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WORLD CINEMA | ANALYSIS
Crime Teenpic as a Subgenre of American Cinema
Zharikova V.V.
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The article reviews film genres and the factors determining genre formation as exemplified by the subgenre of youth criminal drama. Like most genres, it appeared in the USA as an offshoot of the gangster film of the 1930s, on the one hand, and as a result of the emergence of youth subculture. The image of an adolescent criminal is still popular in both mass culture and auteur cinema.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):104-113
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FILM BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND TACTICS
Co-production in Current International Film Industry. Major Trends
Chudakova A.V.
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In the age of globalization international co-production takes on a new meaning. It usually means a film project realized by two or more production companies from different countries. However, modern film industry has gained a global character. The article investigates co-production as one of the ways of globalization in film industry.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):116-124
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TELEVISION | DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT
Creative Thinking as a Prelude to Creativity in Producing a Screen Product
Urazova S.L.
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The dynamics of media space restructuring raises the issue of creative thinking in multimedia practices. The article establishes the difference between the notions of creativity and craftsmanship in creating audiovisual content.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):146-150
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SCIENCE LABORATORY | YOUNG SCIENTISTS’ RESEARCH
Planning Element as a Narrative Method in Moulding of Audiovisual Imagery in Documentaries
Koneva M.N.
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The article is devoted to the artistic relevance of sound design as one of the most significant elements of film, specifically, in documentary. The author explores the phenomenon emerging at the interface of various genres and tendencies in film art focusing mainly on the auteur’s conception realized through such notions as sound scale, depth and prominence of soundy.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):126-133
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Collage Methods in Russian Animation Under Market Conditions
Trapeznikova Y.V.
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The subject matter of the article is the collage methods in the Russian animation of the last three decades. These methods allow the animator to manipulate not only the standard inventory of space-forming elements, but also various languages and cultural codes which leads to creating a varied complex spatial structure to be interpreted.

Vestnik VGIK I Journal of Film Arts and Film Studies. 2014;6(3):134-144
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