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    • CINEMA: GeneralCINEMA: General ConceptsConcepts  SINOPSIS:SINOPSIS: It’s a short description of the mainIt’s a short description of the main parts of the story.parts of the story.  COSTUMECOSTUME:: Clothes that characters wear.Clothes that characters wear.  TRAILER:TRAILER: A short film advertisement for aA short film advertisement for a film.film. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfnUvYn6HoMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfnUvYn6HoM  EDITINGEDITING:: Joining together of clips of film intoJoining together of clips of film into a single filmstrip.a single filmstrip.  FLASHBACK / FLASFORWARDS:FLASHBACK / FLASFORWARDS: TheThe order of the events in the plot no longer matchesorder of the events in the plot no longer matches the order of events in the story.the order of events in the story.
    • CINEMA: GeneralCINEMA: General ConceptsConcepts  FREEZE FRAME:FREEZE FRAME: AA device which allows you todevice which allows you to pause the film and freeze thepause the film and freeze the image.image.  MISE-EN-SCÈNEMISE-EN-SCÈNE: All: All things that are shown in athings that are shown in a scene.scene. (picture)(picture)  SCRIPT /SCRIPT / SCREENPLAY:SCREENPLAY: A writtenA written description of a film’s dialoguedescription of a film’s dialogue and action.and action.  SHOT:SHOT: Series of framesSeries of frames uninterrupted by editing. Shotsuninterrupted by editing. Shots can be divided into angles andcan be divided into angles and sizes.sizes. LAS MENINAS by Velázquez
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Types of shotsTypes of shots AnglesAngles  AERIAL SHOT:AERIAL SHOT: A shotA shot taken from a crane, plane ortaken from a crane, plane or helicopter, restricted tohelicopter, restricted to exterior locations.exterior locations.  BIRD’S EYE VIEW:BIRD’S EYE VIEW: AA shot in which the camerashot in which the camera photographs the scenephotographs the scene directly overhead.directly overhead. (picture)(picture) http://film-english.dreamhosters.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/birds-eye-view-american-beauty.jpghttp://film-english.dreamhosters.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/birds-eye-view-american-beauty.jpg AMERICAN BEAUTY
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Types of shotsTypes of shots AnglesAngles  CRANE SHOTCRANE SHOT: A shot: A shot taken from a mechanicaltaken from a mechanical device. It carries thedevice. It carries the camera.camera. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Crane_shot.jpghttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Crane_shot.jpg  HIGH ANGLE SHOT:HIGH ANGLE SHOT: A shot taken from aboveA shot taken from above the subject.the subject. http://filmenglish.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/psycho-high-angle1.jpeghttp://filmenglish.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/psycho-high-angle1.jpeg  LOW ANGLE SHOTLOW ANGLE SHOT:: A shot taken from belowA shot taken from below the subject.the subject. CRANE SHOT High Angle Shot, PSYCHO
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Types of shotsTypes of shots SizesSizes EXTREMEEXTREME LONG SHOT:LONG SHOT: AA framing in which the scale of theframing in which the scale of the object shown is very small. Aobject shown is very small. A building, landscape…building, landscape…  LONG SHOT (or FullLONG SHOT (or Full Shot):Shot): A type of long shot thatA type of long shot that includes human body in full,includes human body in full, with the head near the top of thewith the head near the top of the frame and the feed near theframe and the feed near the bottom.bottom. http://media-cache-http://media-cache- ak0.pinimg.com/236x/4a/28/34/4a2834dbcaa2e5e444ef965a4355593b.ak0.pinimg.com/236x/4a/28/34/4a2834dbcaa2e5e444ef965a4355593b. jpgjpg  MED IUM LONG SHOTMED IUM LONG SHOT:: Human body is framed fromHuman body is framed from knees to head. It was used inknees to head. It was used in Western genre because of theWestern genre because of the importance to keep cowboy’simportance to keep cowboy’s weapon in the image.weapon in the image. http://filmenglish.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/medium-long-shot-eastwood.jpghttp://filmenglish.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/medium-long-shot-eastwood.jpg VIEW OF DELFT, Vermeer LONG SHOT, Atonement MEDIUM SHOT
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Types of shotsTypes of shots SizesSizes  MEDIUM CLOSEMEDIUM CLOSE UP:UP: It is a close shotIt is a close shot revealing the humanrevealing the human figure from the waistfigure from the waist up.up. http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3289/3087835894_5e7e35cb18_o.jpghttp://farm4.staticflickr.com/3289/3087835894_5e7e35cb18_o.jpg  CLOSE UP:CLOSE UP: AA detailed view of adetailed view of a person or an object. Itperson or an object. It fills the frame.fills the frame. http://filmenglish.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/close-up-the-shining.pnghttp://filmenglish.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/close-up-the-shining.png The Wizard of Oz Jack Nicholson, The Shining
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Types of shotsTypes of shots SizesSizes  EXTREME CLOSEEXTREME CLOSE UP:UP: Faces are the mostFaces are the most recurrent images inrecurrent images in extreme close-ups. Itextreme close-ups. It usually shows the actor’susually shows the actor’s eyes or mouth.eyes or mouth. http://www.proprofs.com/flashcards/upload/q11086360.jpghttp://www.proprofs.com/flashcards/upload/q11086360.jpg  POINT OF VIEWPOINT OF VIEW SHOT:SHOT: It shows what theIt shows what the character would see. It ischaracter would see. It is usually used inusually used in horror/thriller films.horror/thriller films. http://img6.bdbphotos.com/images/orig/j/e/jev0najjx98yjaxv.jpg?skj2io4lhttp://img6.bdbphotos.com/images/orig/j/e/jev0najjx98yjaxv.jpg?skj2io4l HARRY POTTER THE CORPSE BRIDE
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Types of shotsTypes of shots SizesSizes  REACTION SHOT:REACTION SHOT: ItIt shows the character’sshows the character’s immediate emotionalimmediate emotional response.response. https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2078/2172894374_df25e76f7https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2078/2172894374_df25e76f7 a_o.jpga_o.jpg  TWO / THREETWO / THREE SHOT:SHOT: A mediumA medium featuring two/three actorsfeaturing two/three actors in the same frame.in the same frame. http://data2.whicdn.com/images/3001748/thumb.jpghttp://data2.whicdn.com/images/3001748/thumb.jpg http://www.pandora-magazine.com/wp-http://www.pandora-magazine.com/wp- content/uploads/2013/11/vampiros.jpgcontent/uploads/2013/11/vampiros.jpg The Shining Becoming Jane Interview with the vampire
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project http://www.youtube.com/watch?http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=NG3-GlvKPcgv=NG3-GlvKPcg Different shots ofDifferent shots of Alfred’s HithcockAlfred’s Hithcock PSYCHOPSYCHOhttp://39escalones.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/hitch.jpghttp://39escalones.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/hitch.jpg
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project  Extreme close upExtreme close up This shot is used at theThis shot is used at the beginning of the film inbeginning of the film in order to attract theorder to attract the audience attention.audience attention.  Extreme long shotExtreme long shot It is used to show the sceneIt is used to show the scene where the action takewhere the action take place.place. It is also a Crane shotIt is also a Crane shot because of thebecause of the movement.movement.
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project  Point of view shotPoint of view shot In this scene we have gotIn this scene we have got the character’sthe character’s perspective. What s/heperspective. What s/he sees.sees.  Two shotTwo shot Here appear two of theHere appear two of the characters in the samecharacters in the same frame.frame.
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project  Close up shotClose up shot In these scene the envelopeIn these scene the envelope with money is reinforcedwith money is reinforced by the close up shot.by the close up shot.  Medium long shotMedium long shot This shot shows us the mainThis shot shows us the main character in her bedroom.character in her bedroom.
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project  HHigh angle shotigh angle shot The scene is seen fromThe scene is seen from above. It is a kind ofabove. It is a kind of perspective.perspective.  Low angle shotLow angle shot The camera focuses theThe camera focuses the scene from bellow.scene from bellow.
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project  Mise-en-scèneMise-en-scène Here the viewer can see theHere the viewer can see the whole scene. S/he canwhole scene. S/he can see the character andsee the character and what is happening behindwhat is happening behind her.her.
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project  Reaction shotReaction shot The main character’s faceThe main character’s face shows surprise forshows surprise for something that she issomething that she is seeing.seeing.  ExtremeExtreme close upclose up The eye is focused, and itThe eye is focused, and it shows that the charactershows that the character is observing something.is observing something.
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project InstructionsInstructions  Class groupsClass groups  Choose a trailerChoose a trailer  Do at least 5 screen shots (one perDo at least 5 screen shots (one per person). All shots must be different.person). All shots must be different.  Describe: What kind of shot is it? WhatDescribe: What kind of shot is it? What can you see? Why is it used to?can you see? Why is it used to?  Create a presentation (28th March)Create a presentation (28th March)  You can follow the exampleYou can follow the example
    • CINEMA:CINEMA: Your own projectYour own project VocabularyVocabulary  Vocabulary work in classVocabulary work in class  Useful sentences:Useful sentences: • It is a… shotIt is a… shot • In this shot appears…In this shot appears… • It is used to…It is used to… • We can see...We can see... • It focuses on…It focuses on… • Characters wear costumes… (for example inCharacters wear costumes… (for example in The Wizard of Oz)The Wizard of Oz)