SB4 2.24 Screening Day B - Analytical Statement w/ Commentary

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SB4 2.24 Screening Day B - Analytical Statement w/ Commentary

  1. 1. SB4.2.24 – Screen Day BAnalytical Statement with Textual Support (Edward Scissorhands)
  2. 2. Purpose of cinematic technique Example Effect(s)of cinematic technique of cinematic technique
  3. 3. Purpose of cinematic technique Dissolve – to create a connection between images Dissolv e Example Effect(s)of cinematic technique of cinematic technique
  4. 4. Purpose of cinematic technique Dissolve – to create a connection between images Dissolv e Example Effect(s) of cinematic technique of cinematic techniqueWhen Edward flashes back from thecan opener to the cookie machine
  5. 5. Purpose of cinematic technique Dissolve – to create a connection between images Dissolv e Example Effect(s) of cinematic technique of cinematic technique The can opener prompts a memory aboutWhen Edward flashes back from the cookie machine, so dissolving betweenthe can opener to the cookie the two objects helps viewers understandmachine their connection in Edward’s mind.
  6. 6. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses_______________________________________(cinematic technique) in order to_______________________________________(achieve what purpose). For example,______________________________________________________________________________(evidence from the film to support the topicsentence). This is important because _______________________________________________(reflective commentary).
  7. 7. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses adissolve in order to_______________________________________(achieve what purpose). For example,______________________________________________________________________________(evidence from the film to support the topicsentence). This is important because _______________________________________________(reflective commentary).
  8. 8. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses adissolve in order to show the connectionbetween two shots. For example,______________________________________________________________________________(evidence from the film to support the topicsentence). This is important because _______________________________________________(reflective commentary).
  9. 9. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses adissolve in order to show the connectionbetween two shots. For example, when Edwardbegins his flashback, the image of a can openerdissolves into Edward’s face and then into thecookie machine, creating an understanding thathe is remembering something that is promptedby the can opener. This is important because_______________________________________(reflective commentary).
  10. 10. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses adissolve in order to show the connectionbetween two shots. For example, when Edwardbegins his flashback, the image of a can openerdissolves into Edward’s face and then into thecookie machine, creating an understanding thathe is remembering something that is promptedby the can opener. This is important becausewithout using a dissolve to indicate aconnection, the cookie machine memory may bemisunderstood as something happening now,instead of something that happened in the past.
  11. 11. Your TurnIn groups, use the given shot to write an analysisstatement with a reflective statement.
  12. 12. What type of framing is used?Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses________________ (cinematic technique) in orderto ___________________ (achieve what purpose).For example, ______________________________(combine textual evidence and effect). This isimportant because ______________________________________________(reflective commentary).

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