Cinematic techniques

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Tim Burton's Film

    tickets that Willy Wonka sent out for children to visit his chocolate factory. Edward Scissorhands is about the creation of a teen boy that has scissors for hands, it shows challenges Edward will have face on a day to day bases. Tim Burton uses cinematic techniques like sound, lighting, and camera angles to display mood. Tim Burton uses sound to establish suspenseful and dramatic moods in his film, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. For example, consider the scene in which Charlie opens his…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In The Truman Show

    Crosscutting, parallel editing, and zoom are the two techniques that are most effectively used in this film to achieve the theme and the tone. Crosscutting shows different actions of the character occurring at the same time and the same location. In fact, there is a shot where crosscutting is used, when Truman…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Spielberg Movies

    Spielberg Special Scenes Steven Spielberg defined several generations using his talent in directing. He turned okay movies into huge box office hits that the world still watch decades later. He is skilled in triggering emotions in his audiences that keep them enthralled in what he puts on the screen. When someone has seen some of his movies they know he has a certain style. In his films, Steven Spielberg uses soft lighting to provoke tension, wide angles to inspire fear, and music to induce…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Tim Burton's Films

    Tim Burton, a famous director of many movies, was influenced by Roald Dahl, Edgar Allen Poe, Vincent Price, Dr.Seuss, Grimms’ Fairy Tales, and Disney. Tim Burton’s influences have shaped and molded his unique style; Burton uses various cinematic techniques to create a dark and suspenseful mood while also maintaining a childlike innocence. Burton also doesn't hold back on using his imagination in his films; you can see his films tend to lean toward fantasy and fiction rather than being realistic.…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Mean Girls

    Animal Instincts On the plains of Africa, in the heart of the safari the last thoughts to cross one’s mind are teenage girls, unless you live in that concrete safari called high school awaiting the fate of being declared the prey or the predator. When it comes to typical portrayal of high school, it is always a sure bet that the cast will contain the “loser”, the “alpha female”, the “jock”, the “minions”, and the animal instincts of human nature. With each additional scene another layer of…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Monty Python

    In a movie, directors have several different visual cues at their disposal to try and convey certain emotions or ideas across to the user. Throughout Monty Python, the director establishes the time period, setting, characters, and mood through the use of lighting and costumes. The director use the costumes worn by each character to not only give personality to each individual character, but to also differentiate groups of characters from one other. Throughout the movie when we are introduced…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Tim Burton's Movies

    he has been extremely successful in Hollywood. Tim Burton uses his unique style and techniques to influence the audience and show them that individuality should be celebrated and not judged. Some of his most well-known movies such as Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland feature a main character that is unabashed by their differences and not afraid of society’s views. Tim Burton uses cinematic techniques to show that an outcast can become successful and should not need to change in…

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  • Use Of Cinematic Techniques In Tim Burton's Films

    Hailey Cummings Mr.McCann 1st period Ela 9 3/24/16 Embedded Assessment 1 unit 2 Tim Burton uses many cinematic techniques in his films. For example, he uses lighting,music/sound and editing.he uses each technique for a specific reason. His main reason for using them is so he can show the audience his style. His style is very dark,gloomy and suspenseful. So with him using those techniques it allows the audience to see and feel his style. Tim Burton uses lighting to create the mood of a…

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  • Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Cinematic Techniques Analysis

    Cinematic techniques is the figurative language of film. Different film techniques are showcased in order to better enhance meaning and emotions. Tim Burton uses sound, lighting, and camera point of views, to create suspense, joy, fear, and anger. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Corpse Bride, Tim Burton uses diegetic sound to foreshadow a negative event that may occur. For example,in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Augustus was given the opportunity to taste any…

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  • Cinematic Techniques Used In Tim Burton's Movies

    something any director can use. The number one thing he does to make his movies, like Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Corpse Bride. It’s incredibly interesting is how he is able to use his cinematic techniques in the movie. If he did not use any techniques, who knows how interesting the movie would be or even if it would any interesting. This why…

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