Tim Burton

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  • Tim Burton Analysis

    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 Cinematic Analysis

    Cinematic Techniques Tim Burton uses cinematic techniques to portray feelings of joy, excitement, sadness etc.Some of the cinematic techniques that Tim Burton uses is music/sound,lighting,and flashbacks. The proper use of cinematic techniques can manipulate a viewers emotions and hook them to the characters and the story. However when you use cinematic techniques incorrectly the movie can be confusing and not so good. Cinematic techniques can either make or break a movie. One cinematic…

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  • Tim Burton Research Paper

    With movies such as Beetlejuice (1989) and Edward Scissorhands (1990), Tim Burton is one of the most well known director/producers of this century. His early obsession with painting and horror films developed into an iconic man with a quirky and almost grotesque style called, “Burtonesque”. With his work being nominated for 2 Oscars, 20 wins, and 59 other nominations, it is no question that Tim Burton is one of the most notorious in the business. While his work is distinguished and celebrated,…

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  • Tim Burton Film Techniques

    ticket that can give you fame and fortune, and a potion that can shrink you. This is the world of Tim Burton. Tim Burton has used many techniques in his films, but we will be talking deeper into 3 of the techniques as he changes feeling with lighting, music/sound, and framing. Burton uses lighting in certain ways to change the feeling of the film at certain times, and moments. An example of the use of lighting can be shown in the three films, in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” there is…

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  • Tim Burton Film Style

    Tim Burton is a movie director that works his own style even in the places that want other things. He started his career in Disney animation, which didn’t work out very well in the end. He didn't enjoy his original job as a apprentice animator, and when they moved him the designing the original characters for new movie, Disney didn’t like the result. The general unhappiness caused Tim Burton to start his own projects. These movie he created, some of which include Charlie and Chocolate factory,…

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  • Tim Burton Cinematic Style Analysis

    Tim Burton, a person who started out as a kid fascinated by other famous directors and then became one himself. What did he do to become such a famous director? He is known for his disturbing and yet child-like movies, such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands. Everyone of all ages can be able to enjoy his movie. Tim Burton’s style is kid-friendly at first, but then it takes a disturbing and twisted turn. One of Burton's cinematic technique he uses is…

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  • Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques Analysis

    Burton’s Technique Tim Burton uses many different types of cinematic elements/techniques to show the mood, tone and style. In the movies I’ve watched, he used various types of cinematic elements/techniques to show the mood, tone, and style of each movie. Some of his cinematic elements/techniques used are music/sound, editing, and lighting. As we go further into the essay I will talk about these three techniques, and you will notice that the tone of the movie is…

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  • Tim Burton Movie Analysis Essay

    Tim Burton Film Analysis Tim Burton is a very creative director, he uses many different cinematic techniques in all his movies some of his main techniques are non-diegetic sound, long shot and lighting. These techniques help him create his unique cinematic style. If you have watched a tim burton movies all of those techniques are seen in his films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands has theses techniques. Tim Burton uses these techniques to creates a different…

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  • Tim Burton Auteur Style Analysis

    modern example of an auteur is Tim Burton. His directorial style is generally consistent and easily recognizable, and throughout the years, helped him earn a devoted fan base. This style propelled him to fame in mainstream culture, but…

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  • Examples Of Low Key Lighting In Tim Burton

    “Movies are like an expensive form of therapy for me” - Tim Burton. In Tim Burton’s films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edwards Scissorhands, and Alice in Wonderland he uses low key lighting, high key lighting, and non-diegetic sounds to create suspense and suspicion, bright and open looking scenes, and happy or spooky moods. For people to feel the suspense and suspicion in the movies, Tim Burton uses low key lighting in the scenes to create a spooky mood. For example, In the…

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