Mise en-scene

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Mise en-scene

  1. 1. Mise-en-Scene By Liam Gilheany
  2. 2. What is ‘Mise-en-Scene’? Mise-en-Scene is a combination of many things that can be discovered by using the C.L.A.M.P.S rule, this includes things such as lighting, colour, action, props, costume, and just the general mood of a scene.
  3. 3. But, what is ‘C.L.A.M.P.S’ ? Simply, C.L.A.M.P.S is an acronym which describes the components of a scene, • Costume • Lighting and Colour • Actors and Action • Make-Up and Hair • Props • Setting
  4. 4. Costume The costume of a character in a scene can say a lot about what you are watching, such as the time period and the wealth of the character. EG: In this scene, the Character is wearing a Rich looking costume Which looks as if it would Be from the 1800’s
  5. 5. Lighting and Colour Lighting can be used to set many moods in a scene, such as Low Key Lighting, which can give you an enclosed feeling, such as a scene from a thriller. Colour can be used to tint a scene which can give it a mood, such as a blue, cold tint, or a red, dangerous tint!
  6. 6. Actors and Action The quality of the actors in a scene mean a lot, and also, the things that actually happen in a scene, can say a lot about what the scene is!
  7. 7. Make-Up and Hair The make up and hair can tell you a lot about a scene, like what situation the actor is in, are they tired, wounded, or even dead!
  8. 8. Props The props of a scene can tell you a lot about the situation and circumstances, such as if the scene is set on a stranded desert island, props will be scarce, whereas in a mansion, props will be everywhere!
  9. 9. Setting The setting is a HUGE part of any film or television show, it can set the context of the scene, and give you a lot of information about what's to come and/or worry about.
  10. 10. The Master Shot The master shot is the way to set the scene, showing all of the notable areas of the location, and all of the characters inside of it.
  11. 11. Low angle shot The Low angle shot is used to create a sense of power over the subject, or to give emphasis on the size of the subject.
  12. 12. High angle shot The high angle shot is the exact opposite of the low angle shot, it makes the viewer see the subject as a smaller person, or a weaker person.

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