VII. Cinematic Device and Effects 1. Identify one example of each of the following shots and describe how the shot affected the presentation of the story told by the film: close-up, medium shot, long shot. -This is one example of close-up shot that is used in the film, the scene that the main character of the film is looking at herself at the mirror and think about what she gonna do to her life, it affects the presentation of the film because in close-up shot they only focus on one person or object that is important and the surroundings was blur. For medium shot there is a scene that the main character is practicing how to throw a knife, the medium shot affected the film in a way that we can see the whole scenario on the film but limited person
In a state of proper arrangement, by considering graphic means of representing the film in relation to colour context, the graphical representation of the film was laid out as a linear sequence. The possibilities for testing generated a mixed of different colours of scenes interface thereby showing the scenes reconfiguration in colour and tonal ranges as depicted in the figures above. Red colour plays a major setting in 2001: A space odyssey. It is considered to be the favourite colour of Stanley Kubrick which happens to appear in his several films like “The Shining, Lolita, Clockwise Orange, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut.” The use of this specific colour is associated with the feeling of alarm, anger, danger and lust in his films. As a graphic design student the choosing of colour for specific
Rather, I feel that horror flicks should not have a gender bias and instead should play on what our expectations of these characters are and what they will do within the story. Which, I believe would be a much more interesting plot twist to the rising horror genre in films
He uses a traditional set up of over-the-shoulder shots, while occasionally turning to a medium two-shot. Wes Anderson follows a common artistic “guideline” in defining themes that examine the symbolism of the colors that were used to depict the human and animals in the film. The use of autumn colors within the film enabled the appearance of a golden tone over the fields and in the sky; his choice of orangery autumn colors splashed with yellow and black leading towards a
Topic Sentence Cinematography: Cinematography is the act and art of making a movie and in shutter Island Robert Richardson handled cinematography. Robert Richardson uses two main cinematography techniques to emphasizes the story telling, which is lighting and shot proximity. Evidence and Example: a. The lighting helps to create the mysterious and suspenseful tone of the film. Server low lighting aids in the creation of a dramatic atmosphere of a dramatic scene.
When you read a short story and see the film that was inspired from that story, it is imperative to be able to see differences and identify strengths in each piece. “The Junky’s Christmas” story was strong in using descriptive words to show the main characters’ emotions and what is happening throughout the story. The Junky’s Christmas film does different shots well to give the audience a sense of scenery and mood. Both short film and short story are strong in their own ways; it is up to the viewer to decide for themselves if he/she will like one of them or
Tim Burton’s use of non-diegetic sound in movies greatly contributes to his overall tone and mood. An example is the starting credits of Alice in Wonderland, where the music is mysterious and suspenseful. It is meant to make you feel like something big and magical is coming, but you don 't know what. The music foreshadows the entire movie in these couple starting seconds and helps with the mystery of sort of, but not really, knowing what will happen. Music during the movie also helps set the tone and mood of the individual scene.
With the actors and the film choices, these helped diversified messages to dip into the film. Even though the film was mainly focused on the Prospera’s revenge and reconciliation, Taymor also brilliantly convey other small themes to the audiences as the tools to carry out the film. Such as the magic, which Prospera an Ariel tormented Antonio’s group, and the love with Ferdinand and Miranda, which lead to comprise with Alonso and Prospera. Furthermore, Taymor expressed usurpation, and treachery of Caliban and Alonso’s servant in a more absurd way than the original play, which I think it was one of Taymor’s dramatic choices in the film. Whereas “Much ado about nothing” is totally explicated in comedy, and love, albeit some treachery, reconciliation are in the film.
The two met during the talent portion of the Octoberfest celebration on post. Maurice signed him and his sister up to perform the famous Abbott and Costello, Who’s on First comedy routine. Samuel Richardson signed up to sing Sly Stone 's, Family Affair. Both acts lost out to a ten-year-old organist singing Ray Charles ' version of Georgia on My Mind with great emotion and showmanship. Bonnie suggested that they take the sting out of losing to a pre-pubescent by taking solace in a beer and pommes frites.
Soda tells Pony that they 're planning a big party, after which there will be a rumble and the Greasers will run the Socs out of town.Pony asks if Sandy will be Soda 's date for the party, and everybody gets uncomfortable.When Sandy 's parents heard about Soda 's marriage proposal, they sent her to live with her grandmother.Darry and Soda leave for work, while Two-Bit stays behind with Pony, who does some cleaning to prepare for the social workers ' inspection of their home.Later, as they 're walking to the hospital, Pony realizes that a blue Mustang is following them.He wants to run away, but Two-Bit seems to think it 's safe.Randy Adderson and David, the guy who tried to drown Pony, are in the car.Pony gets into the car to talk with Randy, while Randy 's friends and Two-Bit wait for them.Randy tells them how surprised he is that Pony, Johnny, and Dallas saved those kids.He says wouldn 't have saved them, and he can 't believe Greasers would do something like that.Pony tells him that it doesn 't have to do with whether you 're a Greaser or not, but with who you are as a person.Randy says he 's tired of all the fighting.Bob was his best friend, and now he 's dead and Bob 's mother "has had a nervous breakdown".He says that Bob 's parents gave him too many things, and never forbade him from doing anything.Randy says that Bob did all those bad things in the hopes that his parents would care enough to try to stop him.Randy talks about Johnny being on the verge of death.He
Up until this point in the film, Welles and his cinematographer Gregg Toland utilize many innovative lighting techniques they brought over from the theater. For example, many times the lights were manually dimmed up and down within a scene just like on a stage. Also Welles often had characters speak while cloaked completely in silhouette to detach them from the action of a scene. The lighting within this particular scene however is very different. Unlike the dramatic stage lighting that occurs throughout the film, the moment when Kane destroys the bedroom is very broadly lit.