ČASOVÁ A PRIESTOROVÁ SUBORDINÁCIA V SYSTÉME FILMOVEJ OBRAZOVEJ SKLADBY
Selected contents from this journal
Temporal and spatial subordination in the system of visual film composition
Languages of publication
Applying the theory of temporal and spatial subordination, the study attempts to define on the given examples the spatial and temporal relationships that occur in the film composition. The author starts with the assumption that we can talk about spatial composition in the film when the subordination of time occur in two consecutive shots and the circumstances of time and space remain the same. In such cases, we talk about the time subordination whereas considering spatial composition anomalies always occur, such as distortions of objective time, its shortening or lengthening, at the expense of spatial relationships. On the other hand, we are able to distinguish time composition when it comes to subordination of space. We talk about it when in the variable point between two shots the space-time circumstances are changing on the basis of adhesion. In these connections, there will always be recognizable and radical shifts in time, while the possibility of variability of these connections may develop in several standard directions on the basis of linear logic: chronologically, retrospectively, or simultaneously in the parallels, hypothetically or through certain predisposition.
3 – 14
Publication order reference