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    Tim Burton Analysis

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    Analysing Tim burton's use of angles and shots Watching a Tim Burton film, is not the usual film experience, the particular created by the ominous music, dark lighting, and use of different shots and angles , help develop the Tim Burton style. Although the shots and angles maybe be the least noticed, they’re an intrinsic part of his style. In his renowned films Charlie and the chocolate Factory in which four children get to visit Wonka's secretive factory. Alice and wonderland, girl who falls down a rabbit then she must free wonderland, and Big fish, in which edward leaves the countryside to help karl go to the big city. He films uses high then low angles, and contrasting long shots and close-ups to help convey the power and importance of a character, as well as emotions of Alice, and Charlie…

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    Tim Burton Techniques

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    Tim Burton Timothy Walter Burton, the American director, has spent his life making important contributions to the film industry. He uniquely incorporates aspects of gothic film, horror, fantasy, and comedy to create masterpieces that shape the film industry. However, there is something special about the films that Burton creates, something that is difficult to define. I believe that Burton has created his own genre of film by blending elements of gothic film, fantasy and German expressionism.…

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    Tim Burton As An Auteur

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    Tim Burton is known for his unique way of visualising a story and turning it into something terrifyingly magical. His quirky characteristics are consistently applied throughout his oeuvre, being widely recognised by audiences on a global scale. Thus, when looking at Burton’s 2010 adaption of Lewis Carroll’s novel Alice in Wonderland, his distinct style and directorial choices, particularly his artistic control over visual style and mise en scene, can be clearly identified and exemplified by…

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    Tim Burton Childhood

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    Burton has a directorial career that spans 16 features in more than 30 years animating, directing, and producing films. Hes worked with film companies including Warner Brothers, Disney, and Touchstone, and has been awarded several different awards for his work in films. In case you're still unfamiliar with his genius, Burton is the filmmaker behind Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory just to name a few. He also directed the newly released…

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    One of Tim Burton’s main archetypes is contrast. Tim Burton uses numerous cinematic techniques to show contrast between settings and characters. Some of his movies that show this the most are Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Corpse Bride. He uses contrasting lighting, non-diegetic sound, and colors to show the difference between settings and people. Tim Burton uses different types of non-diegetic sound to show the contrast in certain settings in his movies. In Edward…

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    Tim Burton Essay

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    This essay is about Tim Burton’s writing style; Tim Burton was influenced by the works of Dr. Seuss, Edgar Allen Poe, and Vincent pride. He worked Poe’s dark nature and ambience into his stories. In many of the things he directed he implanted the rhyming and simplicity of Dr. Seuss's stories. And he looked up to Vincent price for his style. Overall Mr. Burton's work is eerie, dark, and quite haunting for the reader. However he has a faint childlike theme in his works, Such as the work of Disney,…

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    Tim Burton Research Paper

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    Tim Burton is a director with a great creative mind. Many directors Tim Burton is one of the most famous directors of all times. He made movies like Charlie and the Chocolate factory, Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland. Tim Burton is a unique director. His expression on movies is unbelievable he makes films that are unexplainable. Tim’s styles have many sides with an evil side and a good side. One of his famous movies is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory made in 2005. Charlie and the…

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    Tim Burton Influence

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    Tim Burton is a “gentle horror” film producer who was influenced by Grimm, Roald Dahl, Dr. Seuss, and Edgar Allan Poe. The way that these people influenced the style of Burton’s movies is very prominent. They all had very original, unique, imaginative stories, so, therefore, so does Burton. In his movies “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “The Corpse Bride”, and “Edward Scissorhands”, he shows his imaginative style by using diegetic and non-diegetic music, high- and low-key lighting, and…

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    Tim Burton Research Paper

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    Introduction: Timothy Walter Burton is a well-known artist today. He is a film director, producer, artist, animator, and writer. Burton is inspiring because he has created lots of movies that are very creative and are popular to this day. Most of the films he has produced are dark, fantasy films. This shows that anyone can achieve their goal if they put their mind to it and that they shouldn’t give up. Early life: Tim Burton was born on August 25th, 1958, in Burbank, California. He was the…

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    Tim Burton the director of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride. The director uses the cinematic techniques throughout these movies to give it that special effect. Without these cinematic techniques throughout these movies it would not have the same effect it gives for the audience to feel. Every audience member knows that each director has their own style to give of each movie. The director Tim Burton has a dark and creepiness style in each one of his movies.…

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