Cinematography can make or brake a viewers experience with the show in question. Band of Brothers and their use of superb cinematography is one of the main reasons as to why the show is so enjoyable. With quick actions shots and use of point-of-view
Martin Scorses, a name most people are familiar with and is associated with pristine, violent and overall legendary work. While Scorsese’s name may be known, how much is really know about him? What makes his films so amazing and memorable? What makes him one of the greats? Scorsese uses a myriad of techniques, angles and actors to achieve his goals but a simple answer doesn’t justify the man behind one of the most memorable and quotable quotes of all time, “You talkin’ to me?” ~ Robert dinero taxi driver.
Tim Burton shows so many moods and tones in his movies through his cinematic emulation. Some of his movies, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Burton shows the effect of a more realistic movie where Charlie wanted to sell the ticket for money and not experience a once in a lifetime experience. However, in “Edward Scissorhands”, he conveys a gothic style and tone through the outsider figure. Tim uses the techniques of lighting, sound, and editing to convey the effects of a more gothic and ominous style. First of all, sound is an important concept in any movie.
But to know of Mr. Chaplin’s dedication to his crafts in the film industry, and to know of his unconventional upbringing that shaped his own emotional investment into his written characters, it is safe to say that the general description of comedic love story would be far to shallow for a man of Mr. Chaplin’s abilities. I think that Mr.Chaplin was a social philanthropist, and him well knowing that his films were popular and that he was positioned to be able to use his films as a catalyst to the public was his opportunity to promote his own ideals and perceptions on society and the welfare of the common
Based on this idea, viewers believe that film is about the way Burton feels about himself and how he considers himself to be an outsider. Burton's amazing directing techniques can be seen in this film as it sets the entire mood of the film and allows him to focus the viewer in as well as keep the viewer entertained. Burton's use of emotion, sound, lighting, and other techniques contribute to the film's overall quality.
Employers engaged in observation of production in order to check inefficiency. The introduction of the “Bellows feeding machine” shows us their admiration towards automation and technological advancements. Chaplin’s antics with the feeding machine is deemed as one of the most famous scene in cinematic history. However when the machines working get awry and Chaplin is attacked with food and mechanical arms, the inventors were much concerned about machine efficiency rather than Chaplin’s inconvenience. This shows us that human emotions were given less priority than machine’s practicality.
From Pee Wee’s Big Adventure to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, from Edward Scissorhands to Alice in Wonderland, director Tim Burton has been captivating audiences with his unique style for over 30 years. One can agree that Burton has a rare and uncommon gift in the directing world, which allows him to twist the audience emotions, and create feelings that wouldn’t normally be there. In many of his films, Tim Burton uses framing and angles, music and sound, and lighting to control the mood of the scene. To begin, director Tim Burton manipulates lighting to create a feeling of fear and suspense in the audience. One way that Burton does this is when he uses low key lighting, mixed with side lighting, in Corpse Bride.
He is also known for his mischief. Charlie Chaplin 's historical importance is that he was a comedian who had a good career as actor, director and writer. As a composer in the era of silent films, he is known for his black round hat and loose pants. Charlie Chaplin captured the hearts of the early filmmakers and became one of the most beloved characters. Charlie Chaplin became one of the most famous men in the world in 1952 McCarthyism is the direction of the people unjustly accused of being communists in America and lose their reputations and their victims was Charlie Chaplin.
SOUND IN THE SILENCE! Chaplin’s “Modern Times” Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, better known as Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, director, scriptwriter, producer, composer and the great silent star, in the sound era. The speciality about Chaplin’s films is that whenever we watch it - no matter after how long you saw it the last time - it seems both endearingly familiar and inexhaustibly fresh, with a feeling of wanting to watch it again. Part of that delight comes from, of course, Chaplin himself. Watching Chaplin’s works we realise that he is one of the few artists of the twentieth century who is able to completely disarm a critic, challenge his sharpest faculties and still come out unscathed.
Karl Marx himself explained alienation in the domain of work as a fourfold aspect: Man is alienated from the object he produces, from the process of production, from himself, and from the community of his fellows. This theory has also echoed in many artistic trends and works. Maybe, ‘’The Modern Times’’ for Charlie Chaplin is one of the best movies which exposes and explains this idea detailedly. In the first section of Modern Times Chaplin’s overwhelming preoccupation is explained by the nature of the work he is doing and by workers trying to fit into this category of jobs. In a broader sense, it explains how humanity is forced to fit around and within the machines and institutions endemic in modern society, particularly in relation to the idea of the “American Dream” and the “pursuit of happiness”.