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 Techniques

    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 Childhood

    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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  • Tim Burton As An Auteur

    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 Essay

    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 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 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 Style Analysis

    Tim Burton, a director, animator, producer has directed many phenomenal and award winning films. Examples include, Alice In Wonderland, Edward Scissorhands, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The techniques and style he uses are consistent throughout. Burton accomplishes these techniques with several styles and ideas. The setting and the characters he initiates are innovative. Soon, the introduction and background presented a profound image. It makes the story easy to follow. It’s also more…

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