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Mise -en- sen. By Phillip. What is mise -en-scene?. Mise -en-scene is everything in the camera shot i.e. costume, props, location, actors, decoration and lighting. The term Mise -en-scene is a F rench word that means everything on stage and is made up of a lot if aspects. Costume.

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mise en sen

Mise-en-sen

By Phillip

what is mise en scene
What is mise-en-scene?
  • Mise-en-scene is everything in the camera shot i.e. costume, props, location, actors, decoration and lighting. The term Mise-en-scene is a French word that means everything on stage and is made up of a lot if aspects.
costume
Costume
  • The obvious purpose of costuming is to dress an actor according to his character. Lawyers wear suits, nurses wear scrubs, and a drifter could wear worn out shoes, ragged shirt, and baggy trousers, but more than that, costuming can also be used to establish someone’s hierarchic level. Regimentals, for instance, bear the status of the person who wears it. And even the colour may distinguish an enemy from a friend. Costume also associates the make up.
props
Props
  • Props are generally in a scene to compliment costume. The props can also help the scene carry on and are normally there to be used. Even though the props are usually used the props are always included in to the background to backup the location.
location
Location
  • The location is used to create effect, most of the time the location can be in the studio but some time to create the best effect the location can be outside.
a ctors
Actors
  • The actors are in scenes to create life this is normally to place a little drama as it is more interesting to see a man walk down a street then to see an empty street, unless the empty street is to create mood.
decor
Decor
  • Décor refers to the decoration or decorative styles, comprising mainly of the set and props used in a movie. Instead of just dressing the set, the director must be savvy to fathom how objects may bear significance in a deeper level, while also emphasizing themes, creating meanings, and provoking thoughts.
lighting
Lighting
  • Unarguably one of the film elements that has the greatest power to evoke emotions, lighting must be manipulated by the director to accommodate his or her desires for the movie. The two broad types of lighting approaches are: low-key lighting and high-key lighting.