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    scene should be filmed, can make or break a movie. Varied filming techniques throughout a movie are important so as not to lose interest, but certain themes work well among genres. It’s also important to avoid trying to use every known filming technique in a single movie as it can create a sense of overwhelming confusion. A skilled cinematographer is one who brings these ideas together…

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    Thomas hebert Tim Burton style essay Tim Burton is a very well known film director. He is known for movies like the remaking of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Big Fish. He is very unique with his style of lighting, music choices and camera angles. He uses a lot of long shots with high key lighting. He also uses a lot of medium shots with bottom or side lighting making it seem scary especially with his choice of music. One of the best things a director can do is choose the right music…

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    what I’m going to do, that’s me.” Kane’s light-hearted “Twenty years? Well…” before he turns out to be the employer of the nine reporters; his cold “you have to sing” while ripping apart critics against Susan, etc. With extraordinary cinimetography techniques and dialogue, Orsen brings an insolent, selfish media tycoon back to…

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    In all of the tim Burton’s movies(the great director) common cinematic elements are visible. This is what makes Tim Burton's movies so good. Common elements that most of the movie share are shot types, editing, and sound, creating a common feeling throughout the movies. One of the common styles found throughout the movies are shot styles. One of the most noticeable are the the establishing shot. In most of Tim Burton's movies the setting is introduced with an establishing shot that slowly pans…

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    I will discuss how the director Martin Scorsese uses certain techniques such as long tracking shots, freeze frames and the structure of his films in the films like “Goodfellas” and “Casino”. I will discuss and analyse these cinematic techniques and explain how this is then used to engage his audience to an extent that keeps them eager to watch. Long tracking shots. When the name ‘Scorsese’ is mentioned, a series of cinematic techniques instantly come to mind; a great long…

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    find out. Steven Spielberg's 2006 movie, Minority Report is an action-paced and fast-paced thriller that will stun audiences young and old. The film employs literary techniques of using eyes as a motif to create a complex plot, dramatic techniques such as the acting abilities of Tom Cruise and Samantha Morton, and the cinematic techniques of quick editing and lighting to create a worthwhile movie to see. Eyes play an extremely important role in the film, and the motif brings about a complex…

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    suffers from and emotional problem with his past and family. Another technique Burton uses very well is lighting there are many examples…

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    What idea does Frank Darabont, the director and screenwriter for The Shawshank Redemption, explore in his film? What cinematic techniques does he use/manipulate in order to portray these ideas?

Interview Host: Today I am joined by the director and screenwriter of the internationally acclaimed motion picture The Shawshank Redemption, Mr. Frank Darabont. The film is accompanied by numerous accolades, seven Academy Awards nominations and two Golden Globe nominations, cementing its status as a…

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    Directors use many cinematic elements and techniques to give their movies a mood or feeling but director Tim Burton does this especially well in his movies Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Tim Burton uses many cinematic techniques in his films but the one technique that he does extraordinary in his films are camera angles. In his films, Tim Burton effectively uses the cinematic element of camera angles to create a sense of mood and feeling based on the type of camera he…

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    The two scenes that I have analysed are significant because they are both linked by the use of the director 's film technique, which in his own way it gives us an important message. The film techniques I have analysed are the use of editing and mise en scène as well as the connections that both scenes has. One of the main themes of the film is regret and the impact it had on the Derek’s life. Derek has had…

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