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Mise-en-scene Planning

The planning of mise-en-scene.
by Nowar Yacoub
Centre No: 64770
Candidate No: 5559

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Mise-en-scene Planning

  1. 1. Mise-en-scene Planning<br />By Nowar Yacoub<br />Location Recce, Costume Design and Props.<br />
  2. 2. Chertsey Lane- Staines<br />69 Chertsey Lane, Bedroom and Bathroom; both used for opening scene.<br />Google Maps view, the road itself was additionally used for driving scenes.<br />
  3. 3. Wheatsheaf Lane- Staines<br />Wheatsheaf Lane Food & Wine, used for purchasing goods scene.<br />Google Maps view<br />
  4. 4. Feltham Road- Ashford<br />The Kings Head Pub, used for scenes with Female Barmaid and socialising with unaccompanied Female.<br />Google Maps view<br />
  5. 5. Inside car<br />Inside of Alex’s Car which was used for the Driving Scenes. This shot was taken to examine the view from when the camera was held in that position.<br />
  6. 6. Costume- Shirt<br /> I chose a chequered shirt for the main character, due to it being a stereotypical trait of the Indie Genre. The choice of colour was due to my own personal preference as I thought it would be suiting to the title and the facts that he was going to interact amongst others. <br />
  7. 7. Costume- Jeans<br /> Similar to the Shirt, Jeans are a stereotypical trait for costume of the Indie genre and being considerably smart jeans, they denote the fact that interactions with others is going to be made. <br />
  8. 8. Costume- Shoes<br /> Even though the other two components of this selected attire are fairly smart, I chose to use plimsolls rather than shoes. The decision was made, primarily on the basis that most Indie artists are more associated with wearing plimsolls rather than smart shoes and I wanted to stick with characteristic codes and conventions for this instance. <br />
  9. 9. Costume- Final Product<br /> This was the outcome of the combination of clothing components.<br /> In regards to the other actors’ (Alex and Hannah) attire, I instructed them to wear clothes that they would typically socialise in. <br /> With the actors (Barmaid and Shopkeeper) that weren't informed prior to the day of the film, I assumed that they would be wearing their typical attire.<br />
  10. 10. Props- Alarm Clock<br /> The most significant prop utilised was the Alarm clock, which was present in the opening and closing scenes.<br />
  11. 11. Make-up<br /> I kept the make-up to the minimum with Hannah; being the only actress/ actor actually wearing make-up. I instructed her to wear the normal amount she wears; as I know that it will be sufficient.<br />

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The planning of mise-en-scene. by Nowar Yacoub Centre No: 64770 Candidate No: 5559


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