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Learning ObjectivesAnalyse the opening of FargoHow does mise-en-scene set upthemes and characters?                       C...
Fargo (1996)              Task Watch the opening of Fargo and answer the following questions:How is setting established th...
CostumeThe costume a character wears is one of the most important visualsignifiers in a filmAs in real like we associate c...
Geeks / Dweebs / Nerds
Office workers
Gangsters
Detectives
Hair & Make-upHair and make up are also significantin defining a characterFilm makers often ask actors to shavetheir heads...
Daniel Day LewisThere Will Be Blood
Daniel Day LewisLincoln
SummaryRemember: Nothing is accidental!Every single object has been placedthere for a very deliberate reasonYou must consi...
Any questions about  Mise-en-scene        or Cinematography?
PsychoIt is now time to put everything we have learned so                   far to the test!    Watch the scene from Alfre...
Psycho             Log on to the network          Open up ‘Word’Complete a 500 word analysis of the     use of mise-en-sce...
Posting your workBy now you should all be bloggers!Your task for this lesson is to successfully post yourPsycho analysis o...
BloggingLog on to the network and go to the SSSFCFILM blogwww.sssfcfilm.blogspot.co.ukLog in and then click ‘New Post’
First thing you MUST do is give your post a titleThe Psycho essay should be entitled‘Psycho-Analysis’
Posting your workIn order for your work to be visible and traceable youmust ‘label’ your workLabels identify you as the au...
Posting your workCopy and Paste your Psycho Analysis / Homeworkessays in the text box
Posting a videoTo embed a video in to your post you must first findan appropriate videoGo to YouTube and find a videoHomew...
Posting a videoReturn to your blog post and click onthe HTML buttonCopy the HTML code from YouTube into the box.Make sure ...
Anyquestions?
Learning ObjectivesContinue to develop our analysis skills                             Complete an in-depth analysis of th...
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
Mise en scene lesson 2
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Mise en scene lesson 2

  1. 1. Learning ObjectivesAnalyse the opening of FargoHow does mise-en-scene set upthemes and characters? Complete our study of mise-en-scene Successfully complete an in-depth analysis of Psycho, focusing on Mise- en-scene & Cinematography
  2. 2. Fargo (1996) Task Watch the opening of Fargo and answer the following questions:How is setting established through visual signifiers? What can you learn about thecharcters / themes / story setting from the visual signifiers? Fargo (1996) Dir; Coen Brothers
  3. 3. CostumeThe costume a character wears is one of the most important visualsignifiers in a filmAs in real like we associate certain styles of dress with stereotypesand these are used by filmmakers to convey a lot of information in ashort amount of timeCostumes not only indicate aperiod of time, but uniformscan also provide informationabout the characterThey can also be used tosubvert our expectationsand surprise us
  4. 4. Geeks / Dweebs / Nerds
  5. 5. Office workers
  6. 6. Gangsters
  7. 7. Detectives
  8. 8. Hair & Make-upHair and make up are also significantin defining a characterFilm makers often ask actors to shavetheir heads, alter their hair colourand change their appearanceaccording to the roleSome times the hair of a charactermay change throughout the film toindicate development of acharacter, or the passing of timeThe more believable thecharacters, they more likely anaudience are to accept it and engagewith the film
  9. 9. Daniel Day LewisThere Will Be Blood
  10. 10. Daniel Day LewisLincoln
  11. 11. SummaryRemember: Nothing is accidental!Every single object has been placedthere for a very deliberate reasonYou must consider how the mise-en-scene can add depth to the filmsymbolising that which is notoutwardly expressed – The Themes!We can read from this much aboutthe character without any dialogue.The way the character walks, standsand performs facial expressions areall relevant. Even the physical statureof a character will be significant.
  12. 12. Any questions about Mise-en-scene or Cinematography?
  13. 13. PsychoIt is now time to put everything we have learned so far to the test! Watch the scene from AlfredHitchcocks Psycho and complete an in-depth analysis of the scene:How does the cinematography change during the scene? What does the mise-en-scene tell us about Norman? Analyse the way both Marion and Norman are framed and how their shots are constructed
  14. 14. Psycho Log on to the network Open up ‘Word’Complete a 500 word analysis of the use of mise-en-scene and cinematography from Psycho You must copy and paste picturesfrom the Psycho blog post in to your work
  15. 15. Posting your workBy now you should all be bloggers!Your task for this lesson is to successfully post yourPsycho analysis on to the blog
  16. 16. BloggingLog on to the network and go to the SSSFCFILM blogwww.sssfcfilm.blogspot.co.ukLog in and then click ‘New Post’
  17. 17. First thing you MUST do is give your post a titleThe Psycho essay should be entitled‘Psycho-Analysis’
  18. 18. Posting your workIn order for your work to be visible and traceable youmust ‘label’ your workLabels identify you as the author ofthe postYou must enter your full name as a Matthew O’Regan, Psycho analysis,label, and also the label ‘Psycho Cinematography Homeworkanalysis or Cinematographyhomework’Use a comma and space to separatethe labelsYou must then click ‘done’ – if youdon’t they will not be attached
  19. 19. Posting your workCopy and Paste your Psycho Analysis / Homeworkessays in the text box
  20. 20. Posting a videoTo embed a video in to your post you must first findan appropriate videoGo to YouTube and find a videoHomework – Trailer for the film you analysedPsycho Essay – Psycho trailerClick on ‘Share’Click ‘Embed’Copy the HTML code from thebox
  21. 21. Posting a videoReturn to your blog post and click onthe HTML buttonCopy the HTML code from YouTube into the box.Make sure you post your video andthe bottom of the postNow click ‘compose’ and then Publishyour post
  22. 22. Anyquestions?
  23. 23. Learning ObjectivesContinue to develop our analysis skills Complete an in-depth analysis of the cinematography, lighting and mise- en-scene used in Return of the King

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