Media studies AS level

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  • Created on: 20-12-12 17:53
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  • Media Revision
    • MIRA:
    • Modes of address- The way that media products speak to the audience
    • Micro features- Cinematography, mise-en-scene, sound.
    • Score- a soundtrack written for a film.
      • Soundtrack- featured within a film.
    • Sound
      • Diegetic- coming from the world of the film.
        • Non- diegetic- added to the film afterwards, during the editing.
  • Media Language
    • Mise-en-scene
      • Lighting- whether its low key or high key
      • Setting & props
      • Costume, hair & makeup
      • Performance
      • Sound
    • Cinematography
      • Camera angles
      • Camera movement
        • Panning- camera remains still but twists on the spot.
        • Tracking- camera physically moves.
        • Zoom- the lenses move to bring you closer or further away.
      • Camera shots
    • Sound
    • Editing
      • Straight- One shots starts directly as the previous shot ends.
      • Fade- The shot either fades to black or white.
    • Lighting
  • Performance
  • Camera angles
  • Score- a soundtrack written for a film.
    • Soundtrack- featured within a film.
  • Diegetic- coming from the world of the film.
    • Non- diegetic- added to the film afterwards, during the editing.
  • Straight- One shots starts directly as the previous shot ends.
  • Dissolve- An image overlaps the previous image, gradually fading one shot in and the other out. The shot gradually becomes clear.
    • Editing
      • Fade- The shot either fades to black or white.
  • Denotation- the first level of analysis.
    • Media Revision
      • MIRA:
      • Modes of address- The way that media products speak to the audience
      • Micro features- Cinematography, mise-en-scene, sound.
      • Sound
    • Sub genre- A separate category of film that has elements of another genre. For example, slasher.
      • Genre
        • Hybrid genre- Two different genres that merge together. For example, action adventure.
    • Blog- a place to write personal opinions- website.

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