Name Institution Course Date The film 'Dark Knight' and its film style and movements Film movements and styles have the capacity of generating effect and creating meaning to the audience. Dark Night is a film by Christopher Nolan and is directed through some distinctive styles and movements as suggested by the print medium. This essay seeks to look at the distinctive ways through which Christopher Nolan has generated impact and film meaning from its medium. In the starting point of the film it is identifiable that Nolan creates a great level of tension that is finally able to reveal the major contender of the film known as Joker. It is clear that the beginning is based on a bank theft that was planned by the Joker (Fradley 2013). Nolan has stated about this robbery earlier enough and this is vital given that the film plan needs all the crews the Dark Knight it is clear that Christopher Nolan applies the medium of film in communicating the information in the entire film through the generation of tense as the blood is seen in the superhero master. This film confronts the common superhero method and is dedicated in making and telling an interesting and unique story that has some true basis therefore easily putting together the minds of different members of audience. Bibliography Bellinger C.K. 2016. The Joker Is Satan and So Are We: Girard and The Dark Knight. Journal of Religion & Film 13(1) p.5. Brooker W. 2012. Hunting the dark knight: Twenty-first century Batman. IB Tauris.Fradley M. 2013. What do you Believe In? Film scholarship and the Cultural politics of the dark Knight Franchise. Film Quarterly 66(3) pp.15-27.Wainer A.M. 2014. Soul of the Dark Knight: Batman as Mythic Figure in Comics and Film. McFarland.Website The Dark Knight (2008). [online] Available at: http:// www.imdb.com/title/tt0468569/quotes [...]
A 2000 words scholarly essay reflecting on the film 'Dark Knight' and its film style and movements. With close reference to one to the film. Explore some of the distinctive ways in which the filmmaker use the medium to create meaning and generate affect. You are expected to do research evidenced with quotations and/or footnotes which are not part of the word count and include a bibliography using Harvard referencing style. Learning outcomes: 1. Differentiate principal film styles and movements, indetifyning their historical contexts. 2. Analyse the distinctive characteristics of films representing these style and movements, especially in relation to the ways in which they communicate meaning and generate emotion. 3. Demonstrate the ability to conduct a detailed film analysis, including comparative analysis, based on relevant primary and secondary research.