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The Influence of Gustav Freytag's Dramatic Theory of 'Well-Tailored Pieces' on the Modern Film Dramaturgy as Embodied in The Writer's Journey by Christoper Vogler

Marina Milivojević-Mađarev orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-7649-1825 ; Akademija umetnosti, Odsjek za dramaturgiju, Novi Sad


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str. 222-229

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Film is art prone to consumption of the latest technological accomplishments and we are witnessing its break into the third dimension (for example Avatar...). Film with its technology is a complete product of the second decade of XXI century, but the structure of the stories presented by the modern technology belongs to XIX century. Why does film need the ‘old- fashioned’ dramaturgy? Does that mean that technologies change but not the human need for telling good, old stories? Why have old forms proved to be the best for presentation of new media and technology? Have we at least managed to move a bit further from XIX century? What can we learn about all this when we compare works of Gustav Freytag and Christopher Vogler?

Ključne riječi

alalysis scriptwriting model, hero's yourney, storytelling, dramaturgical structure

Hrčak ID:

114457

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/114457

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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