Coming Down The Mountain

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Coming Down The Mountain

  1. 1. TV Drama <ul><li>Aims of Lesson: </li></ul><ul><li>To explore the representation of disability in TV Drama. </li></ul><ul><li>To examine the technical codes in Coming Down the Mountain. </li></ul>
  2. 2. Coming Down the Mountain How do technical codes construct the representation of disability? First Viewing - To understand narrative Second Viewing - What camera and mise-en-scene techniques are used? How does they contribute to representation in extract? Third Viewing - What editing and sound techniques are used? How do they contribute to representation in extract?
  3. 3. Shot: Birds eye view shot / aerial shot. Wide shot. Analysis: Shows distance between two characters of different ability. The character Ben appears more helpless. This camera technique also divides the room into two? What does this tell us about the characters? What can be said about mise-en-scene?
  4. 4. To analyse this shot you need to consider framing and the positioning of actors (blocking).
  5. 10. Editing and Sound Watch extract again. What editing and sound techniques are used? How do they contribute to representation in extract?
  6. 11. Using one section of the extract, discuss how the four technical areas contribute to the representation of disability. Key Words Representation Stereotypical mise-en-scene Jump cut pulling focus high angle shot Shot/reverse shot voice-over dialogue Verisimilitude setting framing / shot composition

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