Media - Mise-en-scene

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  • Created on: 06-03-16 20:46
What does mise-en-scene stand for?
Sound, lighting, camera angles/shots/movements, costume/hair/makeup, setting/location
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Name different types of camera angles
High angle, low angle, birds eye view, worms eye view etc.
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Name different types of camera shots
Extreme long shot, long shot, wide shot, mid shot, close up, extreme close up, two shot, pov shot etc.
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What is a wide shot?
A long shot is essentially the same as a wide shot. When referring to a person, a long shot means they take up almost the full frame height. In other situations it means a wide shot of the whole scene, placing the subjects in their environment.
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What is a close up?
In the closeup shot, a certain feature or part of the subject takes up most of the frame. A close up of a person usually means a close up of their face (unless specified otherwise).
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Name some examples of camera movements?
Pan, tracking, zoom, tilt etc.
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What does the tracking camera movement do?
Movement which stays a constant distance from the action, especially side-to-side movement.
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What is the pan camera movement?
Horizontal movement, left and right
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What is the zoom camera movement?
Change in the lens focal length with gives the illusion of moving the camera closer or further away
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What does the tilt camera movement involve?
Vertical movement of the camera angle
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Two different aspects of lighting?
High key and low key
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What does high key lighting mean?
Bright colours, vibrant, high in contrast etc.
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What does low key lighting mean?
Dull colours, dark, not easy to see etc.
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Two different aspects of sound?
Diegetic and non-diegetic
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What does diegetic mean?
Sound that has not been added on, real sounds that have been filmed
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What does non-diegetic mean?
Sound that has been added on after filming
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Explain the concept of costume, hair and makeup
How are they presented in the film and how does it link to their characters role
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What is the point of setting and location?
Helps the audience get an idea of where the film will be set and how it links into the film
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Name different types of camera angles

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High angle, low angle, birds eye view, worms eye view etc.

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Name different types of camera shots

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What is a wide shot?

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What is a close up?

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