you to choose one of the films we watched this term and, using a screen cap from the film, discuss how the language of cinema (cinematography, misé-en-scene, visual effects, etc.) helps to generate meaning. Your analysis should plumb the depths rather than wander the breadth. As such, you are only to analyze ONE still frame (choose wisely).

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY! the assignment requires you to chose one still frame and analyze it using cinematic techniques. i have attached still frames from the third man to analyze. pick ONE of the frames and analyze the picture. no reference required and no secondary sources Your analysis should include the following sections: Opening Remarks: A few paragraphs introducing the central ideas/themes that you will be exploring. Analysis of still frame: This is the image based section of the assignment. You’ll include one still frame from the film with explanatory paragraphs beneath. Remember – depth rather than breadth. Be sure to spend time discussing technical aspects: Mise-en-scène (use of colour, lighting, set design, props, backgrounds, blocking, costumes, etc.); cinematography (camera angles, camera position – types of shots (long, close up, birds eye, etc.), camera tricks (ie. multiple exposure, forced perspective), etc.). Your analysis should cover the 15 elements of mise-en-scène. Be sure to explain how such technical aspects help to generate/foreground the central themes. In other words, explain the significance of your observations. No secondary sources are required for this assignment

 

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