Classical Realist Texts: American Films between 1916 and 1960. Mise-en-sc è ne. Table of Contents. 1. Visualizing methods in classical American films 2. Mise-en-scéne in classical American films. Visualizing Methods in Classical American films.
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1. Visualizing methods in classical American films
2. Mise-en-scéne in classical American films
(Mise-en-scène = ‘put it in the scene’; what to shoot, how to shoot. It includes the directing of performance, the placement of cameras, camera movement, lighting, the choice of lenses, décore, costume, location hunting, etc.)
(Montage = editing, how to present shots. It
includes cutting, mixing sound effect and
music, and dubbing)
DEPTH OF FIELD: FOCUS
More natural ways of focusing
1. Francis Ford Coppola’s Godfather
2. Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Last Tango in Paris
3. Orson Wells’ Citizen Kane