Citizen Kane
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Citizen Kane

The best film ever made
0.0 (0 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
2 students enrolled
Created by julian iliev
Last updated 8/2018
English
Price: $29.99
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will be able to view films in a different way. You will learn about the best film ever made, according to filmmakers and critics.
Requirements
  • None, I will supply you with a web link to watch the film online
Description

In this class we will examine all the aspects of the film and I will  explain why Citizen Kane is considered the best film ever made.   This is the film that is most studied in college and university classes. 


We will learn how the many different techniques that Orson Welles  incorporated in this film changed cinema forever. If you are a film  professional you will learn how to make your films better. If you are a  regular viewer understanding Citizen Kane will allow you to have a new  grasp on the mastery of storytelling.

Who this course is for:
  • Anybody that is interested in movies, film historry, change in cinema and film masterpieces.
Course content
Expand all 32 lectures 02:44:42
+ Orson Welles and the mid-20th century
3 lectures 20:18
Mercury Theater on the Air
00:01
RKO, Contract and Introduction to "Citizen Kane"
09:13
+ Citizen Kane - Structure and Style
5 lectures 36:48
Political Situation, Genre Expectations
09:38
Structure, Kane's death and News on the March
05:18
Multiple perspectives, Linear Structure and Flashback Strategy
11:14
Shooting Style, Deep focus
06:21
Staging, Plot and Story time
04:17
+ Citizen Kane - Script and Cinematography
7 lectures 31:13
Script
03:55
Script Revisions
03:52
Shooting Script
03:02
Filmming
05:57
Cinematography - part 1
04:18
Cinematography - part 2
06:17
Sequence Shot
03:52
+ Citizen Kane - Set Design and Parallels
5 lectures 19:57
Set Design
04:46
Sets
05:13
Snow Globe
01:29
Rosebud
03:59
Parallels
04:30
+ Citizen Kane - Sound, Editing and Special Effects
4 lectures 27:35
Sound
08:24
Editing
05:38
Breakfast Table Sequence
02:08
Special Effects
11:25
+ Citizen Kane - Music, Make up, Kane and Hearst, Release
6 lectures 25:50
Music
09:06
Make Up
01:20
Things that slowed down the production
01:47
Charles Foster Kane and William Randolph Hearst
05:00
Release
06:50
+ Scene Analysis
2 lectures 03:04
Scene - "Declaration of Principles"
01:39
Scene - "Firing of Leland"
01:24