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Cinematology Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
ISSN : 27977099     EISSN : 27979903     DOI : https://doi.org/10.17509/ftv-upi.v0i0
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The Aesthetics and Film Sciences Expertise is a group of expertise that covers areas of study that are more scientific and related to film practice The subjects included in this expertise are in the scientific areas of Television Film History Television Film Studies Film and Television Semiotics Film and Television Aesthetics Archipelago Cultural Analysis Methodology Film and Television Production Management Media and Cultural Literacy and Film and Television Criticism Television developed in the FTV curriculum This KBK is more related to the profession of filmmaking practitioner directors producers editors camera engineers sound engineers artistic directors film actors documentary filmmakers casting action and visual effects such as screenwriters critics film historians film curators film lecturers film managers and experts film conservation Popular culture and mass media have a relationship like two sides of a coin knitting into an inseparable whole The popularity of a culture is very dependent on the mass media to be introduced and then become part of peoples lives For the mass media constructing and exposing culture to be popularized has become the pulse of life It is not surprising then that todays mass media are familiar as creators and owners of popular cultural content In addition to marketing the culture itself the media also tries to always present programs that are loved by the community While in the Motion Picture Aesthetics KBK the focus is on the profession of film and other motion picture practitioners such as animation the KBK for Media Studies and Popular Culture tries to see the potential of other professions that do not only study moving pictures Producer profession content production related to the broadcasting industry to studies related to programs carried out in other work practices which are related to the process of disseminating information to a wide audience So the professions that are part of the main focus in the KBK for Media Studies and Popular Culture are important factors especially in the current era of new media
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DISASTER MITIGATION AND THE ROLE OF LOCAL WISDOM THROUGH THE PALU-KORO Fault and the LEMBANG Fault Vania Qanita Damayanti
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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This study describes the Palu-koro fault and the Lembang fault in relation to messages that have existed since ancient times. This message is in the form of a topomini that warns about disaster mitigation in areas that are prohibited from being inhabited. The message of the past is local wisdom as a consideration in making policies along with the results of research by experts. The purpose of this study is to reveal the message of local wisdom that is stored behind works of art and literature and then made a documentary film as a media for mitigating literacy for the people of Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative method with a descriptive analysis approach. Data obtained through observation, interviews, documentation and literature study. The results of this study can summarize the events that have happened to the city of Palu due to the Koro hammer fault movement which then created an earthquake and tsunami and claimed a large number of victims. Art and literature can be collected again as messages from the past for media literacy for today's modern society. The implication of this research should be one of the findings that can oversee government policy in granting building permits in disaster-prone areas. Disaster mitigation should also be carried out by involving local wisdom as the main source in analyzing policies.
The Effect of Watching Television On The Behavioral development of 4th graders at SDN 3 Gesik Yunita Rizqianthi; nala nandana undiana
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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Indonesia has been able to make advanced technologies, one of which is television. The impressions on television have been able to attract the audience’s interest, and make him addicted to watching the existing programs. Especially for the children at SDN 3 GESIK who are inseparable from their activities. In this study, researchers used a Cultivation Theory approach using quantitative research methods. The cultivation approach was used to see the effect of watching televisiom on the behavioral development of 4th graders at SDN 3 GESIK. The data used in this study is the result oh the distribution of the google form created by the researcher which was distributed by the parents of the 4th graders at SDN 3 GESIK. The result of the data indicate that there is a negative and positive influence of watching television on the behavioral development of at 4th graders at SDB 3 GESIK
5 CM : SEMIOTICS PERSPECTIVE ON HILL JOURNEY Muhammad Fadli; Salsa Solli Nafsika
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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This article aims to discuss signs or semiotic analysis in the climbing journey carried out in the 5CM film, using Charles Sander Peirce's semiotic analysis. In this film tells the story of the struggle of climbing Mount Semeru which was carried out by 5 friends and one of the younger brothers of one of them, in the ascent there was a lot of cohesiveness and solidity between them, the climbing struggle was not easy to pass but they were able to achieve their goals thanks to hard work and mutual support. complement each other. From this phenomenon, the writer analyzes the images presented using the semiotic theory of Charles Sanders Pierce. This analysis will be based on a classification based on objects with the main subject of study on icons, indexes and symbols according to the subject of Charles Sanders Pierce's Semiotics study. The method used in the preparation of this article is a qualitative analysis method by observing and analyzing the material carefully by the author. This film clearly describes the climbing journey of 5 friends who went through many obstacles and threats to reach the top as their goal. Things about the world of climbing in general are also depicted in this film which is considered to provide education to the audience. In the pictures that are presented, many meanings are conveyed and that is what will be the object of study in this article. Hopefully this article can provide some information and can be a reference in the next writing.
PIPER ATIVIDADES FILM SEMIOTICS ANALYSIS (LITTLE BIRD BABY WIN OSCAR) NISA AMANDA; Mahendra Mahendra; Anggi Widiarti; Siti Kartika Dewi
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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“Piper is a beautiful character,” said Barillaro. Reporting from Business Insider, Piper was inspired by a collection of Sandpiper birds on a beach close to the Pixar studio in Emeryville, California. “Piper” is a short animated film from Pixar that was screened before the film “Finding Dory” on June 17, 2016. With a duration of 6 minutes, “Piper” tells the story of a baby Sandpiper bird who is learning how to look for shells on the beach. He was traumatized by being rolled up by the waves. But finally he found how he got more shells than other birds. The film, directed by Alan Barillaro, won an Oscar 2017. This research finds signs and signs as the main elements in semiotics are present in every scene of the film. The placement of signs and markers is considered appropriately in order to show the message desired by the film.
Good Day: Aesthetic Perspectives on Audio Visual Coffee Advertisements Wiki Riandi; Raihandhika Briliantana; Salsa Solli Nafsika
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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Artwork in a beauty is a must in every process of creation. Art is one of the entertainment media, which can provide pleasure for the general public. One form of art that is often used as entertainment is art in the form of audio-visual. Advertising is one form of video that is found today, almost all digital media have visual advertisements. Be it on television, billboards or billboards, the internet, and much more. Advertising media using moving visuals is considered effective because it can attract the attention of consumers who see it and tend to feel at home watching it because it is not monotonous. Advertisements are made with the hope that consumers who see are able to feel even carried away and moved to buy the product itself. Ads are made very detailed with the intent and purpose for the promotion to run perfectly. The purpose of this study is to analyze and dissect an audio visual work in the type of good day coffee advertisement both in terms of audio and visual design and creation and then see whether this advertisement has been effective in terms of visual, audio, content, and duration.
Fisherman with Disabilities from Batu Karas Risky Noer Safitri; dwi Anggyan; seno maulana; Firgiawan Firgiawan; Hanif Marwan Hakim; Nur Fauzan
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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 Marine resources in the fisheries sector of Batu Karas Beach are one of the main sectors of the community's economy. A total of 362 residents work as traditional fishermen there. In reality, being a fisherman is a job that has a high risk, because it is very dependent on nature, especially when the weather changes are sometimes extreme, so body stability is very necessary. However, it turns out that not all fishermen are physically perfect, there is a fisherman from Batu Karas named Uus usmawan who has physical limitations, but must continue to go to sea because he is the backbone of his family. The purpose of this study is to see how a person with a disability who works as a fisherman navigates his life, sea, boat, family and social environment. This research uses descriptive analysis method through observation, interview, documentation study and literature study. Research data obtained as the main data in making a documentary. The results of this study indicate that a person with a disability needs to be mentally and physically strong to work as a fisherman. So that government intervention is very important to give special attention to programs and special treatment as well. The implication of this research is as an illustration for the government to find solutions for the disabled fisherman profession.
THE MORAL MESSAGE IN THE LITTLE MOM FILM Siti Ailani Yonaski; Hery Supiarza
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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Film is a tool to convey various messages to audiences through a story medium. There are so many moral messages contained in a film. In Indonesia itself has produced many films which are not solely for entertainment, but also provide a moral message for the audience. Moral itself means Etymologically, the word moral comes from the Latin word mos, the plural form is mores, which means ordinances or customs. In the Big Indonesian Dictionary (1989: 592), moral is defined as morals, character, or morality. Departing from this phenomenon, the author decided to conduct this study more deeply by examining the moral messages contained in the film Little Mom, in understanding the author's moral message using Charles Sanders Pierce's semiotic analysis. The purpose of this study was to determine the moral message in the film Little Mom based on Charles Sanders Peirce's analysis. The type of research used is qualitative with descriptive method, the results of this study indicate that the film Little Mom with 13 episodes, there are moral messages about responsibility, consequences, sex education, teaching to do things that have not been legalized and think before doing anything. And this film can also be an example for those who are in the same problem or problem raised in this film, namely pregnancy out of wedlock.
MESSAGE TO CHILDREN IN THE FILM NUSSA AND RARRA “ANTTA HILANG” Kanaya Siti Nur Syari'ah; Ahmad falahudin; Alya Sabrina Mujakirahmah; Ijang Yedi Yusuf; Maghfira Iqra Yurisa
Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies Volume 1 - Issue 3 : Cinematology: Journal Anthology of Film and Television Studies
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The purpose of this study was to take the film Nusa and Rarra because this film contains many messages and values, Islamic morals that have been taught by the Prophet Muhammad SAW. Nussa is an Indonesian animated series produced by animation studio The Little Giantz and 4Stripe Productions. Animation means to animate, give soul and move inanimate objects. Animation is the process of making objects that were originally inanimate objects, then arranged in different positions as if they were alive. The method used is a qualitative research method with a semiotic approach. Through image analysis, Islamic moral meaning is sought. The objects studied are Symbols, Indexes, and Icons. The main data of this research is the visualization of the characters of Nussa and Rarra which is sourced from one of the Nussa Official Youtube videos entitled "Antta Missing". This study found that the main goal in making the animated film Nussa and Rarra was to provide Islamic education in the form of interesting shows for preschool and kindergarten level children who teach about moral etiquette based on Islam.
The Legality of Automotive Drifting in the City of Bandung Vanesya Difitri
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Drifting is an automotive sport that prioritizes beauty. In drifting, driving technique is important because it not only requires high speed while on the track, but also requires good car control. Drifting is an automotive sport that has been legalized by the government, and this sport is very popular in the city of Bandung so that it can produce drifting racing stars. But with this legal and enthusiastic status, it does not guarantee that there will be adequate facilities for this drifting sport. Until finally gave birth to the Street Drifting community who channeled their drifting hobby on the streets such as Cikapundung and Pusdai roads. This raises the pros and cons. Qualitative methods with a case study approach were used to obtain various data by means of observation, interviews and documentation studies. This study found that there were illegal and legal drifting groups which resulted in the involvement of various parties such as IMI, police, traders, and local residents. The involvement of many parties occurs because 1) There are many rules and regulations for legal drifting on the circuit, 2) There are no facilities provided by the government. 3) Constraints in the economic aspects of the drivers. The implications of this research can be data in making documentary films and become knowledge for local governments to find solutions
THE BEAUTIFUL SHARING OF THE THAILAND SHORT FILM “Touching Thai Ad Shows How A Single Act Of Kindness” Muhammad Iqbal Muttaqin; Muhamad Raihan Adrian; Rayhan Achdika; Adam Muhammad Zidane; Dadan Nurmansyah
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This research focuses on how to promote a product, brand or service to the public. The purpose of this research is how to encourage interest in a product. And the product is a message of humanity, not in the form of goods. The method used, descriptive qualitative is a research method based on the philosophy of postpositivism used to examine the condition of natural objects, where the researcher is the key instrument of data collection techniques carried out by trigulation, data analysis is inductive/qualitative, and the results of qualitative research emphasize meaning. rather than generalization. The results of the study show that the advertising message shown in the film scene contains the principle of sharing/giving alms universally. This film is a representation of a moral message with story elements that exist in the general public. This film is able to understand the message to be conveyed just by looking at the signs without the need to understand the meaning of the language spoken.                                                                 

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