Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Class Number Date How moving camera shot helps progress narrative and support the theme Camera movement in a movie is one thing that makes the film a work of art. It has deep and powerful roots. It allows for dynamic visual composition over time. There are different types of moving camera shots that differently influence on the aspect of the surrounding environment supporting the theme and style of the story. The types are; aerial shots long shots arc shots bridging shots close up shots high-angle shots as they differently and uniquely influence these factors in a film. Works Cited Curran Trisha. A new note on the film: a theory of film criticism derived from Susanne K. Langer's Philosophy of Art. Diss. The Ohio State University 1978. Kneafsey James and Hugh McCabe. "Camera control through cinematography for virtual environments: A state of the art report." Proc. of Eurographics Ireland Chapter Workshop 2004. Vol. 15. 2004. Udden James. "Child of the Long Take: Alfonso Cuaron's Film Aesthetics in the Shadow of Globalization." Style 43.1 (2009): 26-44. [...]
Learning Outcomes/Description Students will further appreciate the care and planning that goes into the making of a film. By examining the moving camera shot of a particular film, they will learn to create shots of their own that will be motivated by narrative, character development or style. Detailed Instructions Students will choose a specific moving shot from a film of their choosing. They will analyze the way that the shot helps to progress the narrative as well as support the theme and look or style of the story. Minimum 500 words.