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Performance

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AS Film Studies FM1 Exploring Film Form - Micro Features Performance

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Performance

  1. 1. Film Acting Analysing Performance
  2. 2. Casting  Why cast this actor? ◦ What qualities do they bring to the part?
  3. 3. What Role?
  4. 4. CHARACTER PROFILING Given Circumstances
  5. 5. Character History  What’s their story? ◦ Profession ◦ Family ◦ Education, relationships...  Personality / Demeanour ◦ (Ideology)  Values  Attitudes  Beliefs
  6. 6. Back-story?
  7. 7. Role in the narrative?  Does their character have a particular function? ◦ Villain, Helper, Donor...  How do they progress the story?  What’s just happened to them? ◦ Previous Scene
  8. 8. Relationships  How do they relate to other characters in the sequence? ◦ What do they want from them? ◦ How do they respond to other characters actions?
  9. 9. INTENTIONS Wants and Needs
  10. 10. Character’s Intentions  What do they need or want to achieve? ◦ Super Objective (in the whole film) ◦ Objective (in this scene)
  11. 11. CHARACTERISATION The Tools of Acting
  12. 12. Projecting a Character  Physicality ◦ Body Language  Movement / Mannerisms / Habits ◦ Face  Demeanour / Expression / Facial Ticks  Voice ◦ Grain of Voice ◦ Accent ◦ Delivery  Intonation / Inflection
  13. 13. ANALYSING PERFORMANCE
  14. 14. Acting Styles  Method Acting ◦ Inside Out  Repertory Acting ◦ Outside In  Exaggerated (OTT) Performance  Understated / Subtle Performance
  15. 15. Acting & Genre  Genre calls for different styles of acting ◦ Comedy ◦ Serious Drama ◦ Action Adventure ◦ Horror
  16. 16. EXPLORING PERFORMANCE
  17. 17. Analysis Intentions Wants & Needs Profile The Given Circumstances Analysing Performance Acting Styles Characterisatio n The Tools of Acting

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