Mise en scene

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  • Introduce self and topic
  • Rally Robin – (In pairs), students alternate generating oral responses.
  • Rally Robin – (In pairs), students alternate generating oral responses.
  • Sometimes includes camera shot type and movement although this is not strictly mise en scene
  • Provide hand-outs Put frame up on board/screen Ask for responses
    Write Write [Positioning, Location, Lighting, Donnie, Gretchen, Frank] on white board alongside student responses (two different colour pens)
    Use the handout to analyse the frame One aspect per student (or group)
    Rally Robin – (In pairs), students alternate generating oral responses.
  • *SKIP IF RUNNING OUT OF TIME*
    Show clip (sequence = 1:15:27 to 1:18:49) Approx. 3 min
    Write [Sound] on white board alongside student responses (two different colour pens)
    What does sound add to the mise en scene analysis? (Diversification)
    Round Table - All students respond by verbalising their response
  • (Simultaneous) Round Table - All students respond simultaneously by writing their response onto their board (or verbalising it – depending on time)
  • Mise en scene

    1. 1. Mise en scene Rachel Heyes Lecturer in Film & Media
    2. 2. Question What does mise en scéne mean?
    3. 3. Answer Literally means: putting on stage or put in the scene
    4. 4. Mise en Scéne Consider the framing of the camera as representing a stage in the theatre. Film is a play. Nothing is there by chance. Everything has been chosen or selected to create meaning and help to tell the story of the film.
    5. 5. Question Name the elements within the frame. What could we consider to be a part of the mise en scéne?
    6. 6. Mise en Scéne 1. Setting (including location and props) 2. Lighting 3. Costume 4. Staging (acting)
    7. 7. Donnie Darko (2001)
    8. 8. Chapter 10. What happened to your eye? What does sound add to your mise en scene analysis of this scene from Donnie Darko?
    9. 9. Finally • What have you learnt from this session? • Do you have any questions?
    10. 10. Finally • What have you learnt from this session? • Do you have any questions?

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