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Film Study ELA 8. STORYBOARDING. Directors want their audiences to respond to their movies in a particular way. They have discovered that if they use certain effects, they will get certain responses. They plan each shot to have the response that they desire. We call this mise -en-scene.

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STORYBOARDING

Directors want their audiences to respond to their movies in a particular way.

They have discovered that if they use certain effects, they will get certain responses.

They plan each shot to have the response that they desire.

We call this mise-en-scene.

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MISE-EN-SCENE

  • Mise-en-scene is the way in which a shot has been composed, or put together.  It involves:
    • Lighting
    • Focus
    • Line
    • Colour
    • Camera shot and angle
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LIGHTING

  • Lighting is the skilled use of natural and artificial lighting in order to create certain effects:
    • Top: Shows subject as angelic, innocent, good
    • Side: Shows contrast between lit and unlit sides; often portrays subject as untrustworthy
    • Bottom: Conveys the sinister nature of the subject
    • Front: Portrays subject in the most common way
    • Back: The subject is silhouetted for a sinister and threatening
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LIGHTING

Experiment with lighting effects using a lamp. Take photos on your cellphone demonstrating each effect.

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FOCUS

Focus is the way in which the camera lens is adjusted to show the image with crisp or softened lines.

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Soft focus:

Makes scene or subject romantic; creates dreamy, mystical effect; grain emphasized

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Sharp focus:

Creates clarity; portrays reality, truth; open, candid effect; lines are clearly seen

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Differential focus:

Part of the picture is in focus; specific details are emphasized without sacrificing the context

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LINE

The image on the screen may give the impression of linear direction. It helps to create the mood of the shot.

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Horizontal lines:

Suggests stability, harmony; makes the subject look solid and dependable

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Vertical lines:

Suggests strength and ambition; makes the subject look lofty and proud

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Diagonal lines:

Suggests movement and activity; makes the subject look dynamic

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Curved lines:

Suggests tranquility; makes the subject look peaceful and serene

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COLOUR

Colour expresses and affects our moods and emotions

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Black suggests evil / darkness / menace

Black can also suggest sophistication

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Now go back online and try to find alternative pictures for the ones suggested for the following slides:

5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20and 21

You may keep the ones that are there so simply make the existing ones smaller and find at least one alternative to place on each page as well.

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Next: With the notes that you researched last week, populate the next few slides on this PowerPoint with relevant pictures for each of the camera shots listed. Be sure to also write a brief explanation for each shot.

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