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The Three Ways of Reading a Film
Definition: All of the same elements that are crucial to interpreting, understanding, and appreciating literature( genre, setting, P.O.V., plot, symbolism, theme, etc.) are included in film.
Who are the characters in the film?
* What is the films setting?
* From whose point of view is the story told?
* Briefly summarize the plot.
* What is the theme of the film?
* What is the mood of the film?
* What symbols did you notice in the film?
* *What literary allusions, parallels, or connections did you notice in the film?
*What deeper meanings or deeper messages did you get from the film?
Dramatic Aspects: Consist of all those elements associated with live drama: actors, acting, sets, dialogue, costumes, makeup, director, directing, etc.
Identify a movie you went to see just because it had a certain actor or actress in it.
Which of your top 10 would you say had excellent acting in it? Why?
Identify a movie in which the costumes, makeup, or sets were effective or unusual.
Can you identify a movie in which the acting, sets, makeup, or costumes attracted your attention in some way because they were flawed?
Can you identify a movie that you went to see just because of the director?
Cinematic Aspects: Elements of films that are unique to film, such as cinematography (camera angles, types of shots, etc), sound, editing, special effects, etc.
Is there a movie on your list that stands out for its photography or visual effects?
Identify a scene from one of your movies that you now realize has effective editing?
Is there a movie on your list that has interesting sound effects or music?
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS Film Terminology. Literary Aspects of Film Those aspects that films share with literature: plot characters setting themes point.
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What are the main subject areas of interest in this film and what are the main themes and ideas being addressed? Could it be said that there are certain.
PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES By Ben oDonoghue. THE PRODUCTION PROCESS The production process refers to the stages or phases that are required to complete a film,
Do you enjoy seeing dramas? Do you want to play a role in a drama?
Why do we study films?. What was the film about? What did you like about the film? What parts made you feel happy or sad? We start with simple questions.
Four Elements of a Good Shot COMPOSITION MOTION DEPTH VISUAL EFFECTS.
Watching Difficulty lies in the need to remain totally immersed in the experience of the film while also sustaining some level of objectivity and detachment.
Writing a film review Achievement Standard 2.2. Writing a film review Films are an important part of our lives, both as the focus of social events and.
How to Watch Movies Critically. Contents Understanding Dialog A Second Viewing Title and Credits Film Stock Production Values Maintain Objectivity Overall.
Aim: To introduce Mise-en-Scene. Mise-en-Scene Pronounced meez ahn sen, it is a French term and originates in theatre. Of all the technical aspects mise-en-scene.
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Film review. I Basic information about the film. II A brief summery of the plot. III Your opinion – good and bad things about the film. IV conclusion.
Film Techniques & Materials Maddi Anderson. Camera -A device for recording visual images in the form of photographs, movie film, or video signals. Lighting.
Novel to Film: Keys to Insightful Adaptation Analysis.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
ITS STORY TIME ITS STORY TIME HISTORICAL FICTIONSHORT STORIES HISTORICAL FICTIONSHORT STORIES Elements of Fiction.
Bad Movies and Good; Good Movies and Great, Thematic Elements, and Story Structure Review of the Essays Important Concepts, Chapter 2 and some of Chapter.
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GENRES AT A GLANCE January GENRES AT A GLANCE FICTION POETRY DRAMA NONFICTION TYPES OF MEDIA.
Project. actors/ actress director script theme lines stage directions setting costumes props basic requirements plot vivid performances Exaggerated.
Lap 1. the to and he a I you it of in Lap 2.
FILM ANALYSIS Moneyball. Film Study Project: Gathering Information Character: Questions to consider while gathering information about your character How.
FILM LANGUAGE Stories told on film are often very powerful. As an audience we connect with the characters presented to us and feel along with them as they.
Elements of Fiction Quiz Assignment 6: Dead Poets Society.
Literary Terms Short Stories- English I Honors
Point of View The Perspective from which a story is told. 1 st person“I” “me” 2 nd person“you” Limited 3 rd person“he” “she” Omniscient 3 rd person“he”
What is a Short Story? A Short story must be complete by itself It must be able to be read in one sitting. This definition comes from Edgar Allen Poes.
Corrigan, T. (2001). A short guide to writing about film (4 th ed.). New York: Longman.
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