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    From painting to film From painting to film Presentation Transcript

    • Understanding Design: The study of imagery-influence & content Issues: Film as medium in teaching VAE Directed by: M.K. Asyraf M. Zaki 2012303219 Produced by: Dr Harrinni Md Noor
    • Amelie ; Cinematic Impressionism • The chromatic pattern of Amelie are directly inspired by painting from Impressionism to contemporary artist. • The Luncheon at the Boating Party (1881), play a key role in the film. • This particular painting was chosen because it had a number of character. • Impressionist painting more generally has inspired the brightly-it set and warm color of Amelie, especially in outdoor scene.
    • The Luncheon at the Boating Party (1881) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir -Oil on Canvas -129.9 cm 172.7 cm (51 in 68 in) -The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC.
    • The Influence of Painting in Film Cinematography Color Scene/Shot Lighting Artist Character Wardrobe
    • Cinematography; Scene/Shot House by the Rail Road (1925) -by Edward Hooper - 61cm x 73.7 cm (24 inch x 29 inch) -Oil on Canvas Psycho (1960) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock’s
    • Cinematography; Lighting Self-portrait (1629) -by Rembrandt The Godfather (1972) Directed by Francis Ford Cappola
    • Artist Character Amelie (2001) -Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet - Amelie character play by Audrey Tautou
    • Wardrobe The Girl With The Pearl Earring (1665) -by Johannes Vermeer -Oil on Canvas -44.5 cm 39 cm (17.5 in 15 in) -Mauritshuis, The Hague. The Girl With The Pearl Earring (2002) -Directed by Peter Webber -Wear by Scarlet Johnson as Griet