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cinematography

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A nonspecific term for any "real-time" analytic technique, including radiologic imaging.

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The creation of films.

cinematography

in biomechanics, the use of cine film for analysis of human movement, now less common than video analysis.
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By contrast, as Davide Ferrario cinematographically retraces Levi's journey home from Auschwitz (in turn mediated by Marco Belpoliti's editorial selections of La tregua), he simultaneously performs his nostalgia for both the figure of Levi as a witness to history, and for the reassuring certainty of the historical framework laid out in the story of his return.
This embedding of a cinematographically similar group activity of killing earlier in the film symbolically gathers the group together at Schumacher's side as he pulls the trigger on Jurieu and implicates the spectator as well, suggesting involvement through the visual participation in an earlier slaughter.
Film director Fernando Trueba was absolutely correct when he described the book's improvisational style as follows: "All the turns back and forward, the flashbacks, the anecdotes that suddenly interrupt a story that later on is returned to, have demonstrated to me that Paquito possesses a dominion of montage, almost cinematographically.
The basic dramatic structure is produced from a chain of short, cinematographically conceived scenes and has certain elements in common with epic theatre, and sometimes theatre or film revue.
Even a brief look at these films indicates how the play of cultural identity as a local and global dialectic manifests itself cinematographically, and how, or if, the films show new strategies for multicultural existence.
He makes various Proustian themes more explicit cinematographically.
He loved to photograph (as Kevin Conru says in his introduction) almost cinematographically, the feasts' tribal dances or festivals given in honour of a great chief.
To tackle history cinematographically, the author must position himself in a personal relationship with it and from this position must decide (a) whether history is to constitute only a dramatic pretext, or (b) whether the film should have, in addition, a teleological intention; i.
In these rhythms, there is a more than superficial analogy between Djebar's approach and that of author-cinematographer Marguerite Duras, to whom Djebar's film is deeply indebted both cinematographically and thematically.
During spore discharge, the invasion tube cinematographically resembles an extruding cnidarian nematocyst (Blanquet, 1983), a discharging capsule from a myxosporean spore (Lom and Noble, 1984; El-Matbouli et al.
Syberberg has understood this, which is why "defeating" Hitler cinematographically for the film's seven-hour running time means putting in question the relationship to representation which gives the realm of the superego its weight; it also cntails the gradual modification of the contract of belief that binds us as spectators to the cinematic system.