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Paper Title :
Applying Intertextuality between Film and Painting for Filmmaking

Author :Teerapong Serisamran

Article Citation :Teerapong Serisamran , (2018 ) " Applying Intertextuality between Film and Painting for Filmmaking " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 99-103, Volume-4,Issue-9

Abstract : The objectives of this research were to study applying intertextuality between film and painting for filmmaking. This research is a qualitative research that studies about the concept of Intertextuality between film and painting that is extracted into a knowledge that was used in the classroom for students to apply for making their own films. This research contains the study from the documents , educational tour at the museum , and analysing students’ the use of knowledge to apply for making their films. The result indicates that there are four patterns of intertextuality between film and painting that usually appear in films : homage , allusion , quotation and parody. Intertextuality can be presented in two aspects which are the presentation of form that the art movement is used as the inspiration and tool for creating the image and story of the film while the presentation of content is the narration that is related to the paintings or some parts of the artists’ lives.The knowledge about painting can be applied for filmmaking through the mise-en-scène of the film (for example; composition , art direction, lighting and color) Students can apply the concept of intertextuality between film and painting into their filmmaking process. They like applying through the presentation of form by getting inspiration from the art movement that harmonize with their films. Homage is the most used intertextuality pattern while quotation and parody is secondary. Moreover students can apply the knowledge about intertextuality between film and painting that was indicated from the mise-en-scène in their films. Index Terms- Film, filmmaking, intertextuality, painting

Type : Research paper


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