SLCC_Mise En SceneChap2Guide

SLCC_Mise En SceneChap2Guide - Why Parallelism =(59 Density...

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SLCC Film Analysis Mise En Scene: Chapter 2 This chapter is largely concerned with the composition and design of a shot/scene/film. As you study your film and the films in class, consider WHY the filmmakers designed the shots the way that they did. As with all film techniques, we want to get to the EFFECT of the technique and why it is used. Mise en scene (French) means literally ? (42) + explain caption p43 Symbolic use of the frame--explain = (53) From what position do most filmmakers prefer to photograph an actor? (71) Long, loosely framed shots convey sense of (72) Weights = (65) What’s heavier: isolated figures or those in a cluster? (61) Classical cinema: does it typically use a balanced or unbalanced arrangement of shapes, colors, lines? (62)
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Unformatted text preview: Why? Parallelism = (59) Density of texture = (74) Highly symmetrical designs suggest (52) Is movement used to achieve dominant contrast? (63) In what direction do we normally scan pictures? (67) Dramatic Context (intrinsic interest) = Define it. Is it a determining factor in composition? (63) Top area of frame suggest: (50) Left and Ride sides (51): Dominant Contrast = (63) Subsidiary Contrast = (63) Proxemic Patterns--define= (75) List the 4 major proxemic patterns: (75) Closed Form: (80) Open Form: (80) Is there much mixing of the two in a film? (80) Anticipatory Setup = (84) Aleatory Technique = (81)...
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