Visual design character dressing eves makeup

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Visual Design Character dressing: Eve’s makeup eventually becomes smudged due to her crying, literally and symbolically smudging her image, bringing her down to our level Set design real to life Optimal lighting: casting shadows on the walls and some on their faces Character dressing: though Margo is wearing a dress it is less feminine than the other women set design: used to exemplify her wealth and prosperity as an actress optimal lighting: casting shadows on the walls and some on their faces Literary Design Title Subject Theme Plot Structure Narrative/ Point of View Title: All About Eve, makes audience aware of who the storyline will revolve around Subject: Eve Theme: corruption of fame Plot: An ingénue insinuates herself into the company of an established but aging stage actress and her circle of theater friends Structure: achronological Narrative/ Point of View: multiple points of view Title: All About Eve, makes audience aware of who the storyline will revolve around Subject: eve? Theme: corruption of fame Plot: An ingénue insinuates herself into the company of an established but aging stage actress and her circle of theater friends Structure: achronological Narrative/ Point of View: multiple points of view Composition Framing Staging Photography Framing: uses doors to frame Addison—he’s in position of power and is framed as so while eve is in a corner off camera, emphasizing her lack of power staging: proxemic framing: staging: lines from the staircase are diagonal hinting at the instability and eventual chaos that is about to occur photography: the camera follows Margo wherever
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patterns, actors slowly become closer over time, he is beating her, when he finally wins he moves away from her photography: over the shoulder shot looking down on eve, puts the audience in the position of power, leaving eve in a powerless position Combination of Medium shots and Long shots she goes as she is about to be the catalyst of conflict, zoom in on her reaction to being treated second rate compared to eve Combination of Medium and Long Shots Temporal Design Cuts: achronological Cuts on Movement: Camera follows Addison as he follows Eve into the bedroom eventually follows Eve as she falls on the bed Eye-Line match and Reverse Shot for the conversation before Eve becomes hysterical Cuts: achronological Up in the Air Theme: Inability to make human connections Consequences of the prioritization of work over relationships Travel Confusing personal and professional life Major Characters/ Actors: George Clooney as Ryan Bingham, Anna Kendrick as Natalie, Vera Farmiga as Alex Title Design: iconic characteristics and themes of travel: postcards, bird’s eye views of various cities from the plane (the way that Ryan sees them) Lecture Topic Scene 1: Ryan going through the mechanics of traveling-- “Packing up”
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  • Summer '07
  • Casper
  • Silent film, Long shot, Medium shot, Temporal Design

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