Different movies and films normally have different aspects as far as the cinematography and the scenes themselves are concerned. These aspects include: the composition of the whole story the type of lenses used in that particular film/movie the coloration of the stage the quality of camera and their movement back and forth left or right on the screen the angles in which the directors move the cameras and the on-screen and off-screen space Taking into account the types of actors the varying nature of stages and props each film has got its uniqueness in a way. Let’s consider the case of the movie “God is not dead’ ’here we get two main actors that dominates throughout the whole scenes. We find a staunch atheist College Philosopher Prof.Radisson Curriculum who is challenged by his youthful and bright student Josh.the student who believes that God exists. From the two main actors of the characters always demands for a sobers mind in order to come up with a quality film that is educative to the target audience The other aspects of live theatre art that is vivid in the and evident is seen in this particular movie called “the killers “the superstition and the humor it has make it ouststanding.The choice of costumes and props makes it even more profound and interesting .when the major actors perform the target audience are seen couping up with the real actions of the movie. Just from the name the aspect of superstition and stage fright is very vivid. The setting of the movie is in an imagined kingdom where while animals and human beings interact on a daily basis. The major characters include some human beings and other wild animals that from the whole dory were once human beings but they changed with time. [...]
-DUE SEPTEMBER 28TH AT 9:45AM EASTERN TIME -This assignment consists of 4 two page, single scene analysis of any film or tv show you would like to choose from. -A different movie or tv show scene is required for every 2 pages. -Each analysis should focus on a single scene, providing a detailed analysis of the mise-en-scene and cinematography of that scene. -Examples: Design, composition, off-screen space vs. on-screen space, color, lighting, lenses and depth of field, shot types, camera angle and height, camera movement, framing for POV, speed and length of shot, special effects and CGI.