Kee’s character. “A film is never really good unless the camera is an eye in the hand of a poet .” Orson Welles . Aims for today. What are we doing? Looking at Kee’s character and how it is developed in the film. Why are we doing it?
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“A film is never really good unless the camera is an eye in the hand of a poet.” Orson Welles.
Looking at Kee’scharacter and how it is developed in the film.
Developing awareness of director’s choices when creating character. To write an awesome film essay in the exam.
Working individually an in mixed number groups
Notes on Kee and links to techniques.
What do we learn about Kee at the school when she is sitting on the swing? Shot type?
“The drama, the attraction, of film lies not so much in what is shot – that's the drama of subject – but in how it is shot and how it is presented through editing.”
James Monaco, How to Read a Film