Episode 3: An Experience in Neurocinematics

Episode 3: An Experience in Neurocinematics
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Episode 3: An Experience in Neurocinematics

BY GRAHAM, SAM, AND DANNY

Is a film the sum of its plot, or is there something more? How do film editing techniques affect the way we perceive a film? This project showcases different film editing techniques and discusses how intensity and chronology can alter viewers perception and focus.

This episode was produced by first semester freshman as part of a first year colloquium titled “Neuroscience-Fiction in Film” taught by Angel Kaur during Fall 2018 at UNC Asheville.


Articles Referenced


Related Reading

Your Brain on Movies
Neurocinematics: The Neuroscience of Film
Film Content, Editing, And Directing Style Affect Brain Activity, Neuroscientists Show
Movies In Your Brain – The Science Of Cinematic Perception


Credits

Written, Directed, and Featuring: Graham Dugliss, Samuel Majcher, and Daniel Mannanov
Scientific Research by: Graham Dugliss, Samuel Majcher, and Daniel Mannanov
Editing: Daniel Mannanov
Web Content by: Rosanna Garris


Transcript

forthcoming


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