TV Drama Media language

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Media Studies, GCSE, GCSE Media Studies, TV Drama, Media Language

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TV Drama Media language

  1. 1. TV DRAMA ANALYSING MOVING IMAGE
  2. 2. SO WHAT IS IT? • TV Dramas - are situations that occur in the characters’ lives which the audience can relate too. The story would follow one or more main character and follow other characters in which they meet in the series.
  3. 3. TV DRAMA GENRES
  4. 4. Crime IS WHEN VIOLENCE, DRUGS AND ABUSE OCCUR IN THIS DRAMA. IT IS OFTEN PERUSED BY A POLICE OFFICER OR INSPECTOR
  5. 5. Soap IS WHEN DRAMATIC SCENES HAPPENS TO MOST CHARACTERS AND THEIR TRYING TO SOLVE THEIR OWN PROBLEMS
  6. 6. Comedy IS WHEN HUMOUR AND JOKES OCCUR IN THIS DRAMA
  7. 7. Thriller/Horr or/ Fantasy IS WHEN SCENES OF HORRIFIC EVENTS OR SUPERNATURAL EVENTS OCCUR IN THIS DRAMA
  8. 8. Sci-Fi IS WHEN UNLIKELY EVENTS OCCUR WHICH CAN BE SCIENTIFIC, SUPER POWERED OR OUT OF THIS WORLD EVENTS HAPPEN TO CERTAIN CHARACTERS IN SPACE OR ON ANOTHER PLANET
  9. 9. Medical IS WHEN THE CHARACTERS WORK IN A HOSPITAL OR SOME TYPE OF MEDIA SECTOR. CHARACTERS ARE MAINLY DOCTORS AND NURSES
  10. 10. Period Drama IS A DRAMA WHICH IS SET IN THE PAST RATHER THEN THE PRESENT AND SHOWS CHARACTERS OF DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS AND INTERESTING EVENTS ON WHICH HAPPENED BEFORE
  11. 11. School IS WHEN SCENES ARE MAINLY SITUATED WITHIN A SCHOOL. IT WOULD USUALLY CONSIST OF ARGUMENTS, FIGHTS.
  12. 12. Action
  13. 13. VISUAL CODES • Clothing and physical appearance • Gesture and body language • Facial expressions • Settings • Use of colour • Use of graphics • Denotation/Connotation • Intertextuality
  14. 14. TECHNICAL CODES • Shots - range of shots and why they’re used - wide shots? Close ups? High/low angle shots? • Any camera movement • Editing - the way scenes change from one to the next • Lighting • Mise en Scene - what’s in the shot
  15. 15. SOUND • Sound - diegetic and non diegetic • Any ambient noise • Voice-over • Music
  16. 16. Mise-en-scene
  17. 17. What different elements of mise en scene are present?
  18. 18. props/objects decor lighting setting/location mise-en-scene colours hairstyle costume make-up posture/g esture performance choice of actor placement in the frame
  19. 19. denotation/connotation signifier/signified
  20. 20. camerawork
  21. 21. tilt low focus angle high track movement Camera framing inside pan outside shot distance ECU CU MS LS
  22. 22. Continuity editing • master shot/establishing shot
  23. 23. Continuity editing • master shot/establishing shot • 180 degree rule
  24. 24. Continuity editing • master shot/establishing shot • 180 degree rule • shot/reverse shot
  25. 25. Continuity editing • master shot/establishing shot • 180 degree rule • shot/reverse shot • eyeline match
  26. 26. Continuity editing • master shot/establishing shot • 180 degree rule • shot/reverse shot • eyeline match • match on action
  27. 27. Continuity editing • master shot/establishing shot • 180 degree rule • shot/reverse shot • eyeline match • match on action • insert shot
  28. 28. other features of editing • cross-cutting • graphic match • ellipsis • montage • types of transition
  29. 29. Sound • music • dialogue • ‘atmospheric’ • diegetic and non-diegetic • ‘sound bridge’
  30. 30. Once Upon a Time

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