Film genres give the audience information into the type movie it may be, this in turn helps them to decide whether the movie is suitable for them or not. The Maltese Falcon, a film categorised as Film Noir and The Searchers, a Western genre film, are both from different genres but both reinforce and challenge dominant social and cultural beliefs and values throughout each film. Each genre can be broken down into; codes, conventions and narrative conventions. Codes are aspects of the text that help the audience make meaning. These codes can be shown as symbolic, written, audio and technical.
Rogan intended to play with people 's perceptions by providing a simplistic video with a complex title. In Sweeter As the Years Roll By, there are many techniques used to show how knowledge alters perception.One effective technique used was naming. In the title, the words “as the years roll by” signify time passing or aging. Viewers interpret this as the film being about life. This technique is effective because the title sways the reader to find a reason for the name.
However, Luhrmann decided to modernise the story has much as he could by changing the setting and having the actors portray the characters in a different style compared to the play. Depending on the audience and their liking, they may enjoy the more classic and true to the play interpretation made by Zeffirelli or the modern day Verona Beach filled with gangsters and guns made by Luhrmann. Both
Tim Burton has a very unique style, starting with the lighting, then working his way to the sound, and lastly the exotic costuming he likes his characters to wear. Tim Burton uses either lots of bright lighting or lots of dark shadows. He likes to use a mysterious type of sound track, when it comes to making his films more like him and his style. Lastly, he likes to have most of his actors in modern clothes while he has one that is in exoctic costuming. Like in his film “Edward Scissorhands”.
Sounds are needed to provide these transitions because sometimes words can't be used to make the transition. 7.) I feel as if voice-over soundtracks are essential because it helps provide background information or fill in gaps about certain events or characters that cannot be presented dramatically. Some scenes simply can not be acted out, so we have to have the voice-over soundtrack to help us as the viewers understand the film
Alfred Hitchcock used various symbols throughout the film Psycho to allow the viewer to get an insight of what is happening in the film. Symbolism is an exceptional way to entice the viewer as it creates suspense and makes it better to understand the film. Alfred uses paintings as a symbol, which can be seen in multiple scenes, to symbolize a certain character in the film to the painting and foreshadow events in the film. This allows the viewer to get more detail on the character’s personality and what is about to happen. In the first picture, we can see Norman Bates is looking at a painting known as Susannah and The Elders.
Music and the character 's expressions were things that made the movie better, by putting focus on the mood of the story and showing important things the community is missing. Music is different in the novel and the film, and it affects them both in different ways. In
An adaptation of a story usually accurately portrays the original work but may have its inconsistencies. The short film adaptation of The Lady, or the Tiger? portrays the original story 's characters, setting, conflicts, and plot transitions precisely like how Stockton intended it to be but with its own twist, making the film subconsciously different. The most important and influential adjustment in the movie is the plot transitions, which changes the perspective on how the film and story are viewed. The film has to create their own transitions in because a movie is visual, whereas a reader interprets a story their own way.
The protagonist is not necessarily required to continuously speak in order for the viewers to understand but rather the camera is also used to convey the story. Camera movement speaks a language of its own and this as altered the tone of a scene simply by changing the way it is moved. For instance if we take Britt's rooftop scene: the camera circles around the three characters as they argue and try to figure out a plan. The stakes are high and so are the tensions. In order to show the audience that the stakes are currently high they is a theory used that’s called Aesthetic theory, which states that kinetic energy within a camera moving around stationary characters creates a sense of confusion or even suspicion.
When I finally got to the art gallery I found myself like quickly moving to the art to look at it. I was thrilled to see all of this art. I think what made me the most excited about looking at the new paintings was because of the skills we learned in class. What I mean by that was how we analyzed the pictures to be able to see more than what is on the surface of the picture. I was looking at the pictures analyzing the details of the paintings and found myself asking questions, like “why did this artist paint this,” “what inspires artists to paint certain pieces.” Not only was I using the skills I learned in class, I saw some of the paintings that we had gone over in class and I was able to tell the person I was with what else you can see in the picture.
Teaching is a big part of me as I have taught many of my friends and other students. I have used my talent as an artist to give life to the words and diagram in the textbook. I have used my art to help people visualize abstract thinking and understand different concepts, especially when it comes to chemistry, biology, and physics. Through the art, I have tried to make a learning more of a fun and challenging by using the ideas of everyday objects. Because art has a more flexibility when it comes to how it is presented, I have tried to include my art and animation in different presentations.
J.C Holz was child who had been introduced to art educators by Wilson. Holz was a child that was expose to the ideas and ways of believing of Wilson. Holz was a child when he was studied by Wilson who compared the child abilities of drawing in school art and play art. Also Holz culture was involved within the study. J.C Holz was one of those child who was special and could revel plenty of information, that could help others understand more about all the relationships and aspects between art and the child.
These methods also allowed him to alter the photos so that he could emphasis on certain points to illustrate the idea of beauty. This allows him show his professionalism and experience with newer and older technology to produce a satisfying image to his viewer. For instance, he said by using photo-shop he could instill detail that the camera itself would not be able to
Fictional narratives that are designed to evoke a feeling of melancholy or thrill in audiences are those that I believe to most embody my directing style. Stories that explore real world issues and are grounded in contemporary society are my preference. More specifically I strive to tell stories that mesh elements of reality with surreal and unreal elements. My want and my desire is to direct narratives that are as captivating story wise as they are visually. I hope to one day use my artistic license as a director to mold fictional worlds in the world of film and television that will amaze and engross
Each project task is designed to engage students in problem solving, creative and reflective thinking skills and critique methods. In this book, Efland explains the objective of the arts is to comprehend how teaching the arts contribute to social and cultural perspectives that each individual inhabits. He suggests the concept of cognitive mapping to explore the possibilities of developing knowledge, understanding and using the imagination in visual arts. Efland argues cognitive flexibility is a level of the mind that