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Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
Film mise en scene cinemat and ed
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Film mise en scene cinemat and ed

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  • 1. Film Language Theresa Dawson Jacob Burns Film Center
  • 2. Mise-en-scene
    • Put into the scene / staging an action
    • Setting
    • Props
    • Costume
    • Performance
    • Lighting
  • 3. Mise-en-scene and film authorship
    • Mise-en-scene central to auteur discussion i.e.film authorship. During classic Hollywood studio period control of the director was limited to those processes recorded during filming.
    • The quality of a director’s work could be read through his control over mise-en-scene
  • 4. Setting Location: What is the significance of the natural setting in this clip? What is the significance of the house set?
  • 5. Costume and Props What is the significance of costume in this clip? How does the costume echo in other elements of the mise-en-scene?
  • 6.
    • 3 point lighting or ‘high key lighting’
    Uses 3 light sources: a key light -the main light for the subject, a back light - picks subject out from background, and a fill light, to fill in shadows Designed to be unobtrusive How does 3 point lighting work in this clip?
  • 7. A beautifying light Lighting from below A distorting light Side lighting A selective light that conceals/reveals Top lighting How is Marlene Dietrich lit in this clip ?
  • 8. Low key lighting ‘noir lighting’ Uses 1 source light, light is limited Images have high contrast ‘ chiaroscuro’ Few mid-tones A very noticeable lighting effect
  • 9. Exercise
    • What do we learn from the mise-en-scene in this opening sequence
    • from Hitchcock’s Rear Window?
  • 10. Cinematography
    • Frame dimension
    • Lens
    • Camera angle
    • Camera movement
    • Focus
    • Film stock
  • 11. Continuity editing Dominant editing style Designed to be seamless Includes filming in 180 degrees of action Varying angles by more than 30 degrees Eyeline and other match shots
  • 12. Camera movement
    • 1. Track
    • 2. Pan
    • 3. Tilt
    • 4. Crane

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