German film: Misé-en-scene & Cinematography

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German film: Misé-en-scene & Cinematography
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  1. What are the six aspects of mise-en-scene?
    • décor
    • rear-projection
    • lighting
    • space
    • costume
    • acting
  2. décor (mise-en-scene)
    can be used to amplify character, emotion, or dominant mood of the film
  3. rear-projection (mise-en-scene)
    combines foreground action with a background shot earlier
  4. 3 types of lighting (mise-en-scene)
    • 1. 3 point lighting (balanced)
    • 2. high-key lighting (bright images, few shadows)
    • 3. low-key lighting (strong contrasts, shadows, film noir)
  5. What are four types of space? (mise-en-scene)
    • 1. deep space
    • 2. frontality
    • 3. matte shot
    • 4. shallow space
  6. deep space vs shallow space (mise-en-scene)
    • deep space: significant elements of an image are positioned both near to & distant from the camera
    • shallow space: image is staged with very little depth creates ambiguity, looses reality
  7. frontality (space, mise-en-scene)
    staging of elements to face camera head on
  8. matte shot (space, mise-en-scene)
    2 images ie background & foreground are combined into a single image
  9. What is the significance of costume? (mise-en-scene)
    Can signify character or time period
  10. Typage (mise-en-scene)
    Type of acting where facial or bodily features convey truth of character
  11. Four aspects of cinematography?
    • 1. Quality
    • 2. Framing
    • 3. Scale
    • 4. Movement
  12. Seven aspects of quality of cinematography?
    • 1. color
    • 2. contrast
    • 3. deep focus
    • 4. shallow focus
    • 5. depth of field
    • 6. exposure 
    • 7. zoom shot
  13. Three aspects of framing? (cinematography)
    • 1. Angle of Framing
    • 2. Level of Framing
    • 3. Wide Angle Lens
  14. Deep vs shallow focus (quality, cinematography)?
    • shallow focus: restricted depth of field, i.e. close-up, suggests introspection
    • deep focus: similar to deep space, but both aspects in focus
  15. Depth of field (quality, cinematography)?
    the distance through which elements in an image are in sharp focus
  16. Under-exposed vs over-exposed? (quality, cinematography)
    • under-exposed: dark image
    • over-exposed: light image
  17. Zoom shot? (quality, cinematography)
    • focal length of lens changes while zoom is in progress
    • used at the beginning of a scene to introduce a character
  18. Wide Angle Lens (Framing, cinematography)
    short focal lens, exaggerates distance between foreground and background
  19. Six different scales? (Cinematography)
    • 1. extreme long shot
    • 2. long shot
    • 3. medium long shot
    • 4. medium close up
    • 5. close up
    • 6. extreme close up
  20. Extreme long shot (cinematography)
    Building, landscape, crowd of people
  21. Long shot (cinematography)
    full person nearly fills height of screen
  22. Medium long shot (cinematography)
    4-5 feet fills the screen vertically
  23. Medium close-up (cinematography)
    Person from the chest up fills the screen
  24. Close up (cinematography)
    head fills the screen
  25. Extreme close up (cinematography)
    just one part of the body
  26. 5 different movements? (cinematography)
    • 1. Crane shot
    • 2. Handheld camera
    • 3. Pan
    • 4. Tilt
    • 5. Whip pan
  27. Crane shot (movement, cinematography)
    moving camera above ground, sense of omnicience
  28. Pan (movement, cinematography)
    • camera body turns right or left 
    • immediately connects two places or characters
    • 360 degree pan cans also occur

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